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By Mhlonishwa Hlophe | 2023-06-03

Prime Minister Cleopas Dlamini yesterday left the country through the Ngwenya Border post to connect a flight at the OR Tambo International Airport South Africa for Turkiye.

According to the premier, this is expected to be a one-day trip.
He would then take a flight back tomorrow and would be expected in the country on Monday.
He will represent His Majesty King Mswati III at the inauguration of Turkiye president Tayyip Erdogan.

The prime minister explained that the president would not be new in the position as it would now be his third tenure in succession.

“We have diplomatic relations with Turkiye, which has seen our country benefiting in numerous businesses and projects like construction of schools.
“We also have NGOs that operate locally in various projects. The relationship began way back in 1981.

“We also have about 100 students enrolled in their universities,” he said.
Seeing the prime minister off was his deputy, Themba Masuku, Minister of public service Mabulala Maseko and other government dignitaries.

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