The visiting Brazilian envoy, Senator Marcelo Cravella, says his country is seeking ways of deepening co-operation with Zimbabwe in all sectors of the economy.
Mr Cravella paid a courtesy call on Acting President Joice Mujuru at her Munhumutapa Offices and presented a letter from his President, Dilma Rouseff, on the need to deepen economic ties.
Speaking to journalists after a closed-door meeting with the ActingÂ President, Senator Cravella said there is need to improve economic relations between the two countries especially in agriculture where Brazil is doing well.
â€œZimbabwe and Brazil have cordial relations, hence a lot can be done to strengthen ties on the economic front, especially in agriculture,â€ said Senator Cravella.
Senator Cravella said Zimbabwe can become the hub of the continent through utilising existing technologies from friendly countries and increasing cooperation with countries such as Brazil.
â€œZimbabwe can become the hub of Africa through cooperation with friendly nations like Brazil,â€ added Senator Cravella.
Zimbabwe and Brazil enjoy cordial relations in various spheres.
Early this month, Vice President Mujuru attended the swearing-in ceremony of Brazilian President, Dilma Rouseff.
Brazil and Zimbabwe are both members of the G15 and South-South Cooperation groups.