Defence Minister, Bashir Magashi, hosted a six-man delegation co-led by the Nigerian Ambassador-designate to Brazil, Ahmed Makarfi and his Brazilian counterpart Ricardo Guerra De Araujo.
In the course of the assembly on the Ministry of Defence headquarters, the retired Common highlighted Nigeria and Brazil’s widespread constitutional, cultural and historic affinities.
The minister assured that the pending draft paperwork of a Memorandum of Understanding will likely be reviewed to replicate the present actuality within the defence sector.
Magashi emphasised the necessity for sturdy joint coaching, analysis and improvement, strategic partnership on intelligence administration and shared know-how switch.
In separate remarks, Ahmed and Araujo expressed confidence that the ratification and implementation of the MoU will increase the pursuits of the militaries of Nigeria and Brazil.
Araujo introduced paperwork to drive what to anticipate from the know-how parts within the proposed defence cooperation.
The Brazilian envoy mentioned the information will will likely be a drive multiplier in Nigeri’as counter terrorism and anti banditry operations.
Araujo was accompanied by the Deputy Ambassador Ronaldo Lima Vieira and the Defence Attache Col Claudia Mandine.
Nigeria, Brazil meet to strengthen bilateral defence cooperation