Mozambique's main opposition party announces indefinite truce with gov't
The leader of Renamo, the main opposition party in Mozambique, announced a truce with no limited date on Thursday, clarifying that final peace deal is to be reached between him and the government of Mozambique.
The announcement made through a conference call at the party headquarters in Maputo is the 4th renewal of the truce since the first one-week truce announced in December 27 last year.
"The truce with no limited date is different from all those I announced before. It is good news for Mozambican people. This truce reveals that I have changed my strategy, I have listened to people particularly businessmen," said Afonso Dlhakama, leader of Renamo.
He also said that effective peace is taking shape in the country and with this Mozambique will rebuild its tranquil and peaceful image, thus contributing to make it attractive for investment again.