Brasilia, November 27 (RHC), -- Brazilian Vice President, Michel Temer, and his Nigerian counterpart, Namadi Sambo, met in Brasilia on Tuesday to address the strengthening of bilateral ties.
At a press conference following the first session of their meeting, the two leaders announced the creation of working groups to strengthen bilateral relations in security and defence, among other areas.
They said they will sign an agreement to share intelligence, particularly on drug-related crimes.
The two countries also hope to boost co-operation in the areas of trade and investment, agriculture and food security, consular and legal matters, mining, culture and energy.
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