The Mozambican government yesterday approved a decree regulating a safe tourism seal for the country.
The ‘Clean and Safe Seal” will be granted to tourism enterprises which comply with health standards, so as to boost tourism and cultural activity during and after the Covid-19 pandemic.
The decision was announced by cabinet spokesperson and deputy minister of Justice Filimão Suaze at the end of a Council of Ministers session on Tuesday.
At the usual post-Cabinet press briefing, Filimão Suazi also mentioned the award of the tender for the establishment of public-private partnerships for the operationalisation and management of cereal silos and warehouses.
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Yesterday’s Cabinet meeting also approved the decree adjusting the attributions, management, budgetary regime, supervision, organisation and functioning of the Mozambique Energy Fund (FUNAE).
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Source: Miramar via Club of Mozambique