Nigerian-Dutch Business, Investment Forum Will Boost Economic Ties With Netherlands – Kalu

Nigerian-Dutch Business, Investment Forum Will Boost Economic Ties With Netherlands – Kalu

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Deputy Speaker of the House of Representatives, Hon. Benjamin Kalu, has said the recent inauguration of the Nigerian-Dutch Business and Investment Forum, in the Hague, Netherlands by President Bola Tinubu will set a new tone and foundation for stronger economic ties between both countries.

He also reaffirmed the commitment of the House of Representatives to the expansion of economic cooperation, friendship and bonds between Nigeria and the Kingdom of the Netherlands.

Kalu said the two countries can pursue common objectives and closer diplomatic goals to further achieve a prosperous, sustainable and peaceful future for their people.

A statement by the Chief Press Secretary to the Deputy Speaker, Levinus Nwabughiogu, said he made the assertions while delivering his remarks at the occasion of the Birthday of His Majesty, King Willem-Alexander, of the Kingdom of the Netherlands at the country’s embassy in Abuja, Friday night.

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Kalu said: “The Netherlands holds a special place in the hearts of Nigerians. Our countries share a long history of friendship and cooperation, rooted in mutual respect and admiration. Over the years, the Netherlands has been a steadfast partner in supporting Nigeria’s development efforts, particularly in areas such as trade, agriculture, water management, and renewable energy.

“Just yesterday, President Bola Ahmed Tinubu inaugurated the Nigerian-Dutch Business and Investment Forum, in the Hague, Netherlands, a platform designed to unite leaders from both nations’ conglomerates and organizations, with a specific focus on promoting collaboration and partnerships in the fields of agriculture and water management. This has now set a new tone and foundation for stronger economic ties between both countries.”

He also commended the Netherlands Ambassador to Nigeria, Mr Wouter Plomp for his numerous efforts at ensuring that the economic relationship between both countries permeated.

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