India commits to support Malawi achieve its developmental goals

Indian government has pledged to continue supporting Malawi in its developmental agenda and commended the Indian community for contributing to the development of the country’s economy and society.

Bhushan: Indian Government has pledged to continue supporting Malawi in its developmental agenda.

This was said by Indian High Commissioner Anurag Bhushan in his speech at  the Indian Embassy in Lilongwe,  on Saturday during the Indian Independence Day celebration.

“I am happy to state that recently, the Government of India through Exim Bank, has extended a fresh line of credit worth $215.68 million for drinking water projects in Malawi.

“In addition, India has recently also gifted 10 Indian-made ambulances, 100 000 secondary textbooks and essential medicines worth $2 million,” said Bushman.

Bushman said already, India has embarked on a number of projects that have been completed and are benefiting Malawi.

He also mentioned other development projects that have been completed under Government of India assistance such as the Salima Sugar Factory, Fuel Storage Tank project, cotton ginneries, and the Mulanje-Blantyre Water Supply Project.

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Malawian Voice
Malawian Voice
1 year ago

India can best help Malawi to develop by ensuring that Indians in Malawi stop bribing our leaders to be awarded contracts corruptly for the supply of fertiliser, pharmaceuticals, notebooks etc. Same with Greece and Greeks.

Last edited 1 year ago by Malawian Voice
1 year ago
Reply to  Malawian Voice

Malawi voice

It is also possible if u see it from another angel

That malawians should also stop recieving bribes.

1 year ago
Reply to  Malawian Voice

They can start by giving jobs back to Malawians by bringing their illegal workers back.

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