Nigeria, Poland Sign Pact on Agriculture, Gas – THISDAYLIVE

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* Buhari appreciates polish govt for hosting Nigerians fleeing from Ukraine 

Deji Elumoye in Abuja 

The issue of food security occasioned by the Russia-Ukraine war formed the bedrock of an agricultural pact signed Tuesday between Nigeria and Poland as both nations moved to strengthen the 60-year-old bilateral relations between them.

President Muhammadu Buhari and his Polish counterpart, Andrzej Duda, made this known in their separate speeches shortly after the agreements were signed at the State House, Abuja. 

In his speech, President Duda described the agreement as necessary in the light of the food security crisis in the wake of the Russian aggression and the war in Ukraine which he said was unjustified.

Commenting on the energy security dimension and to further develop the  cooperation, the Polish president noted that Nigeria, being rich in gas, will ensure a steady increase of supply of LNG gas and oil from Nigeria to Poland and to the…



Source: Thisday Newspaper