Enhancing on strengthening ties with Swaziland in the field of health and agriculture, President Ram Nath Kovind on Wednesday said that India is keen on sharing technologies and institutional models that can help reduce costs of production in the southern African country.
"We are keen to share our expertise and experience with Swaziland and indeed with all of the African continent. Our approach has been to create local capacities, to move hand in hand, in solidarity and in partnership with our African brothers and sisters," he said in his address to the Swaziland Parliament.
The President also announced that India will offer one million dollar to the Swaziland National Disaster Management Agency to battle the El Nino phenomenon. He also announced opening of an Indian Embassy in the country.
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