Visiting Brazilian envoy says his country is interested in investing in the production of bio fuels in Zambia.
Foreign Affairs minister, Celso Amorin said Brazil wants to invest in Zambia by opening a company to produce bio fuels.
Mr. Amorin who had discussion with Acting President Rupiah Banda, his Foreign Affairs counterpart Kabinga Pande, First republican president Dr. Kenneth Kaunda however said more details of the venture would be unveiled after the Presidential election.
The envoy who also met with opposition Heritage Party (HP) President Brigadier General Godfrey Miyanda and United Party for National Development (UPND) Hakainde Hichilema said his country is a major producer of bio fuels.
Among the issues discussed during the meetings included investments in agriculture, infrastructure, mining and a possible change in sustaining a free HIV/AIDS environment for both countries.
Speaking at a press briefing in Lusaka, Monday, Mr. Amorin however said the Brazilian government would accept any government that would come in place.