Mark Seeks Improved Trade Ties With Czech Republic



President of the , Senator David Mark, has reaffirmed Nigeria’s trade and economic relationship with the Czech Republic and other developed economies of the world saying such steps are  needed if the country will attain her developmental goals.

Senator Mark said  when he played host to the of the Czech Republic to Nigeria, Jaroslav Siro in his office in Abuja that there is room for improvement in trade and economic development among the two nations, adding that “this has became significant if  Nigeria is to retain her leading roles in the Western African region.”

He stressed that the volume of trade and investment in the country requires serious concern, “we have a lot to do and learn from each other, we also appreciate our position in the West African region. We will like to on our parliamentary and economic relationship. our doors are always open.

“There is room for improvement in the area of trade and economic development, we will continue to work hard to ensure that the volume of trade in our land convincingly. ”

Senator Mark assured his guest of the readiness to exchange ideas and training between democratic nations of the world, saying, “As a nation, we can afford to fail.”

Earlier, the Czech Republic to Nigeria, Jaroslav Siro said his country enjoys long tradition and economic ties with Nigeria saying the relationship has been very cordial over the assuring that Czech Republic is eager to deepen the relationship.

Siro also said as parts of the steps taking by his country to sustain stronger trade and investment with Nigeria, the Czech Republic Minister of Trade and Investment is visiting Nigeria in April this year to discuss way forward in between the two nations economically.

He commended the leadership of National Assembly especially the for the smooth running of parliamentary processes since independent while urged members to seize the opportunities that exist between the two countries to hard value to the democratic procedures.


 

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