Japan and Zambia are due to sign bilateral investment agreement with the objective of boosting investments between the two countries.
Japan’s Director General -African Affairs Department TOSHIHIKO HORIUCHI says Zambia is endowed with critical mineral resources such as copper.
Zambia’s Ambassador to Japan Dr. TOBIAS MULIMBIKA has encouraged the Japanese mining companies to consider taking advantage of bilateral co-operations to invest in exploration of minerals essential for Electric Vehicles and other products.
Dr. MULIMBIKA says Zambia is endowed with critical minerals such as Cobalt, Nickel, Copper, Lithium, and Gold among others.
He added that the country is the best investment destination for the global energy transition.
Dr. MULIMBIKA was speaking during Zambia’s 59th Independence Reception in Tokyo.
AND Japan’s Director General -African Affairs Department TOSHIHIKO HORIUCHI said a bilateral investment agreement is underway between Zambia and Japan with an objective of boosting investments between the two countries.
Mr. HORIUCHI said this in a speech read on his behalf by Deputy Director African Division at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs KENICHIRO MATSUBAYASHI.
This is according to a statement issued t o ZNBC News by First Secretary Press and Public Relations at the Zambian Embassy in TOKYO, Japan FAITH CHILUBE.
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