The 2nd Future Minerals Forum and Ministerial Roundtable Meeting is being held in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. Zambia’s Minister of Mines, PAUL KABUSWE, has welcomed investors to participate in the mining sector there.
Zambia, according to Mr. KABUSWE, is ready for investments due to its favorable economic environment.
Mr. KABUSWE stressed throughout the discussion that Zambia contains all of the important minerals being discussed at this year’s Future Minerals Forum.
He said that the nation had a long history of mining that dates back to the 1900s.
This year’s Ministerial Roundtable’s overarching subject is developing resilient and responsible mineral value chains for long-term effects on the environment, the economy, and society.
The conversation will center on how governments can help build vital mineral supply chains and how they can work together to speed up the development of green metals industries.
That is what First Secretary Political and Administration at the Zambian embassy in RIYAD ELIFAS NKUTA said in a statement to ZNBC News.