What do Mozambique and Portugal have in common?

Both nations have signed a few bilateral agreements such as an Agreement of Mutual Cooperation (1975); Agreement in Commercial, Economic and Health Cooperation (1981); Treaty of Friendship and Cooperation (1983); and an Agreement to hold bilateral summits to create a mechanism for political dialogue, at the highest …

Are there Portuguese in Mozambique?

Mozambique’s cultural and linguistic ties with Portugal makes it relatively easy for Portuguese nationals to adjust to life in Mozambique. The Portuguese consulate in Maputo says there are 17,000 registered Portuguese nationals living in the southern provinces of Maputo, Gaza and Inhambane.

How did Portugal treat Mozambique?

Mozambique, according to the official policy of the Salazar regime, was an integral part of the “pluricontinental and multiracial nation” of Portugal. Portugal claimed, as it did in all its colonies, to Europeanise the local population and assimilate them into Portuguese culture.

How many slaves were taken from Mozambique?

After the British abolished the slave trade in 1807 efforts by the Royal Navy to suppress it in western Africa stimulated the trade in eastern Africa and the numbers exported rose dramatically, with approximately 1 million slaves exported from Mozambique during the 1800s (Stanford Undated; Crawfurd 2002).

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