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President Guebuza said that for his government, the conservation of natural reources was about development on a regional scale and that this, together with the conservation of fauna and flora, were part of land-use planing and of the inclusion of marginalised people in the fight against poverty.
President Guebuza also said that ever since the signing of the international treaty between Mozambique, South Africa and Zimbabwe on the establishment of the Great Limpopo Transfrontier Park in December 2002, the highest priority had been given to developing transfrontier conservation areas on a regional basis with SADC.
Lastly, President Guebuza reiterated his commitment to conservation and to regional development and said that he would ensure that Mozambique would do its best to facilitate the role that TFCAs play, thereby enabling SADC to achieve its goals.