New Delhi: India and Mozambique have signed a bilateral security co-operation agreement as part of efforts to strengthen ties.
The pact was signed by Minister of State for Home Mullappally Ramachandran and Mozambique Minister of Interior Jose Mandra at Maputo yesterday.
Earlier, Ramachandran called on the Vice Minister of Foreign Affairs and Cooperation of Mozambique, Henrique Banze.
The two leaders also discussed cooperation between the two countries and ways to develop their relations further in various fields for mutual benefit of the two countries.
The Minister also interacted with the Indian diaspora in Mozambique at a reception hosted by the High Commissioner of India to Mozambique Ashok K Amrohi.
There are about 25,000 people of Indian origin who have been living in Mozambique for generations.
Ramachandran is on a three-day visit to Mozambique.