Minister of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation Francis Kasaila has assured prospective investors of maximum security should they decide to invest in Malawi.
Kasaila was speaking at the 12th CII-Export – Import (EXIM) Bank Conclave on India-Africa Project Partnership in Delhi, India.
Malawi sent a delegation comprising government, private sector institutions and companies.
During the meeting, Malawi engaged a number of Indian and African private stakeholders on how best they can work together and most of all invest in Malawi.
Kasaila met officials and ministers from the Indian Government where they discussed ways on how Malawi can benefit from the resources that are made available by India to Malawi.
During the meetings, Indian stakeholders promised to provide markets for Malawian products such as pigeon peas.
The trip has given Malawi an opportunity to meet Indian companies, joint ventures, innovative financing of major development projects, skill development, and capacity building, among others who can invest in Malawi.
This edition was opened by India president Shri Pranab Mukherjee and was attended by over 450 international delegates from over 37 African countries, including King Mswati of Swaziland, Ruhakana Rugunda, Prime Minister and Leader of Government Business, Republic of Uganda, and 32 ministerial delegations.