IVORY COAST - The South African government has marked 10 memoranda of comprehension (MoU) with Ivory Coast in what President Cyril Ramaphosa portrayed as a noteworthy settlement of collaboration between the two states.
A huge appointment of clergymen and finance managers are in the West African state with Ramaphosa set for sustain relations, which will prompt more grounded exchange and strategic arrangements among different pursuits.
Ivory Coast is the assignment's second stop after Nigeria and will be trailed by Ghana and Senegal.
The last time there was a critical visit to the Ivory Coast by South Africa was by late President Nelson Mandela in 1991 after the unbanning of the African National Congress (ANC) by the politically-sanctioned racial segregation system.
Then, at that point, Mandela headed out to different countries to thank the "companions" of the ANC who didn't close its ways to them all through the battle against politically-sanctioned racial segregation.
During Thursday's state visit by Ramaphosa, Ivorian President Alassane Ouattara described this second in passing, saying that the height of the relationship to the arrangements came to flagged a brilliant future between the two nations.
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