SEYCHELLES AND SOUTH AFRICA BUILD MOMENTUM FOR INCREASED COOPERATION
President James Michel and President Jacob Zuma held bilateral discussions at Ephelia resort, Port Launay on Mahé Island yesterday afternoon. The two leaders met in a tête-à-tête before joining the talks on the crisis in Madagascar.
“Our discussions at Port Launay have strengthened the already excellent relations between Seychelles and South Africa. We will work together to build new programmes for bilateral cooperation as well as continuing to work together in matters relating to regional cooperation such as SADC,” said President Michel following the meeting.
Mr. Michel and Mr. Zuma also discussed the development of youth programmes in both countries and exchanged views on a variety of regional and international issues.
President Zuma left Seychelles last night.