Israel and Nigeria to Strengthen Their Partnership in Sustainable Agriculture

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Michael Freeman, the Israeli ambassador to Nigeria, has stated that Israel is prepared to increase cooperation with Nigeria in order to guarantee sustainable agriculture in the African nation.

On Tuesday in Abuja, during an executive roundtable held by Gov. Bassey Otu of Cross River and the diplomatic community, Freeman—who is also the Permanent Representative of Israel to ECOWAS—made this revelation in an interview with journalists.

More visibility into the state’s business investment climate was the goal of organizing the discussion.

“Israel is seeking to deepen its relationship with the states of the federation in addition to its strong cooperation with Nigeria.

We are looking to work with the Government of Cross River, especially in the blue economy sector, according to Freeman.

He claims that the investment between Cross River and Israel will have huge financial ramifications, even though no deal has been signed.

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