Self-Sufficient: President Buhari Says Nigeria To Collaborate With Belarus For Mutual Benefits

President Muhammadu Buhari says Nigeria will collaborate with the Republic of Belarus for the mutual benefit of both countries. 

Buhari’s Spokesman, Femi Adesina said President’s made this known a statement in Abuja, when he received in audience Special Envoy of President Alexandar Lukashenko of Belarus General Victor Sheiman. 

Sheiman had earlier commended Buhari for working for the benefit of Nigerian people, noting that it was exactly what President Lukashenko was doing in Belarus. 

He added that his country will cooperate in industry; agriculture, petroleum, refineries, education, joint trading, transport, building of oil and gas pipelines, manufacturing of tyres, tractors, defense equipment, and several others. 

According to the Special Envoy, his country is fully sufficient in agriculture, and sells surplus food products worth up to seven billion dollars, yearly. 

He added that Belarus was ready to cooperate with Nigeria in mechanised agriculture, and could also help in the fight against terrorism.