The Prime Minister of the Common wealth of Bahamas, Honourable Philip E. Davis concluded his official visit to Botswana by addressing a joint exit press briefing at Sir Seretse Khama International airport before his departure.

A shared joint communique explained satisfaction by both leaders of the progress being made towards the implementation of commitments made during the State Visit to The Bahamas by His Excellency President Masisi, in September 2023.

The Prime Minister’s visit has resulted in Bahamas offering Botswana access to a repository facility at the Grand Bahama Port in order to enhance trade links, foster economic cooperation and facilitate Botswana’s exports into the US and other international markets. And Botswana extending to The Bahamas ten (10) scholarships for academic year 2024/25, and one hundred and five (105) graduate spaces reserved for uptake by students from The Bahamas at the Botswana University of Agriculture and Natural Resources.

Speaking at the event His Excellency Dr. Mokgweetsi Masisi said the two governments want to see an end of genocide killings saying the two countries can learn from each other on how nations can allow justice to prevail.

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