Mozambican President Filipe Nyusi said Monday that his government was committed to clarifying the 2-billion-U.S.-dollar debt to restore confidence among international partners.

Speaking at a meeting with diplomats, Nyusi said the government has been following through Attorney General Office (AGO) the developments on the international audit report with a view to clarify the debts contracted without the approval of the Assembly of the Republic.

“The rapid clarification and due accountability is the final desire of the people and consequently, of our government”, the president said.

On the other hand, the president said the overall focus of the governance was on the sign of growth of corruption, which drew attention of the public recently.

The revelations of the debt scandal broke in April 2016, leading Mozambique into an unprecedented crisis when international partners decided to suspend aid to the one of the poorest countries in the world. Enditem



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