The federal regime is organising the Nigeria International Partnership Forum (NIPF) in Paris, the working capital of French Republic.
The high-level case on the sidelines of the annual Paris Peace Forum holds from 11th to 13th Nov.
The gathering will take together the Nigerian and French governments as good as the private sectors for discussions on security, regional stability, merchandise and industrialization.
President spokesman, Garba Shehu, in a statement Tuesday nighttime said the coming together seeks to attract investment to Nigeria and bridge existing infrastructure gaps.
The talks will highlight “Nigeria’s merchandise and investment opportunities, reset mistaken narratives in relation to Nigeria” and successes achieved amid recovery from the economical downturn caused by COVID-19.
President Muhammadu Buhari will deliver the keynote address. Speakers and panelists at the NIPF include top Nigerian and French regime functionaries.
The presidency said Ministers, Heads of MDAs, Nigerian and French private sector operators are also participating.
Also expected are Deputy Secretarial assistant Full general, United Nations (UN); Directors Full general of the World Merchandise Organisation (WTO), United Nations Industrial Evolution Organisation (UNIDO) and French Evolution Agency.
The relaxation include Presidents of the African Evolution Bank and African Export Import Bank; the French Government minister of Foreign Merchandise and Economic system; and the National Security Adviser, Major Full general (Rtd) Babagana Munguno.
President, Nigeria-French Republic Business Council, Abdulsamad Rabi’u will conduct business executives, across financial services, manufacturing, oil and gas.
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