Funds are now available to start rebuilding the road between the northern cities of Nampula and Cuamba, giving it a tarred surface, according to the Mozambican Ambassador to Japan, Belmiro Malate.
Speaking in Nampula over the weekend, at the end of a visit of a Japanese mission of 50 business people who came to Mozambique to seek investment opportunities, Malate said that the Japanese government has granted $60 million for the road, and work should start by the second half of this year.
Malate stressed the importance of this 300-kilometre road for the movement of people and goods in the northern region of the country.
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