The Mozambican government has agreed to resolve all challenges facing Zambian fuel tanker drivers using the Port of Beira.
Mozambican Minister of Transport Janfar Abdulai says Zambian fuel Tankers will now be loading fuel on a first-come, first-serve basis.
Mr. Abdulai has assured his Zambian counterpart Mutotwe Kafwaya that all the challenges facing Zambians will be addressed.
He was speaking during a media briefing in Beira after meeting Mr. Kafwaya.
And Mr. Kafwaya thanked Mozambique for attending to the challenges facing Zambian drivers.
He said this will now make the doing of business easy with the implementation of the 50 percent allocation of cargo to Zambians transporters.
Mr. Kafwaya said with the Port of Dar es Salaam in Tanzania closing for 35 days next month for rehabilitation, the Port of Beira will be key for Zambia’s imports.
Zambia and Mozambique held a technical meeting to resolve challenges facing Zambian transporters when bringing in fuel.
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