Prior to President Macron’s visit, Nigeria is prepared to sell travel & tourism!

President of France, Emmanuel Macron is all set to discover opportunities in terms of travel, culture and youth sectors in Nigeria, when he visits the country in July 2018. This makes the Nigerian Creative Arts Exchange planned and organized in Paris an effective strategic initiative.

The bygone years have seen a remarkable development in bilateral relations between France, one of the powerful countries in the world and Nigeria. The cordial diplomatic relationship has led to some mutually beneficial feats in security and economy.

Other than the efforts of France in assisting Nigeria to fight insurgency in the North East, following a security summit that attracted together the leaders of Nigeria, Benin, Cameroon, Niger and Chad, and representatives of the United States, the United Kingdom and the European Union on May 17, 2014, the Prime Minister of France, Bernard Cazeneuve, also welcomed Yemi Osinbanjo, Nigeria’s Vice President, at his Hôtel de Matignon offices on 30 March, 2017, as he was coming to France to participate in the OECD Global Anti-Corruption & Integrity Forum.

Many of such interactions are considered to have assisted over 3.2 billion Euros in trade between the two countries, where Nigerian has interestingly benefitted in excess of 2 billion Euros.

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