BUJUMBURA November 8th (ABP) – The African Development Bank (ADB) reiterates its commitment to support the Government of Burundi in its development efforts and in particular the implementation of the recently launched National Development Plan 2018-2027.
Mr. Ndoye told reporters that he took the opportunity to brief him on the cooperation between Burundi and the ADB group, which he believes is of good quality. Since 1972, the ADB has been working with the Burundian government in several sectors of intervention such as transport, energy, agriculture, public finances and many other social sectors. Discussions began with the Burundian authorities to identify the best ways to ensure the implementation of this NDP, Ndoye said.The announcement was made in Bujumbura on Wednesday November 7, 2018 by the country manager of the ADB in Burundi, Mr. Daniel Ndoye, who had just been received in audience by the 1st Deputy President of the Republic of Burundi, Mr. Gaston Sindimwo, as part of a courtesy visit made after his access to this new position in Burundi.
“We received the enlightened guidelines from the 1st Deputy President of the Republic on how to strengthen our cooperation in the sectors that are most relevant. We have noted that and everything will be part of the work we will have to do and new cooperation frameworks that will be defined between Burundi and the ADB”, said Ndoye.