The Governor of the autonomous island of Anjouan, Anissi Chamsidine, currently on a visit to Mauritius, has invited Mauritian investors to come and explore investment opportunities in his island.
Talking to PANA Wednesday in Port-Louis, Chamsidine said no development is taking place in his island.
“Everything is in a natural state and Mauritians can come and look for what will interest them. I have come here to see what I can get from Mauritius. They too can come to Anjouan,” he said.
According to him, Mauritius and Anjouan can also cooperate in the fields of technical training and tourism “in which Mauritius is experienced”.
Chamsidine is the first elected Governor of the autonomous island Anjouan in the Comoros archipelago, situated in the Indian Ocean.
The island has a population of 250,000 on a land area of 424 sq km.
Anjouan cultivates vanilla, ylang-ylang and cloves and has got large beaches of dark sand and very less white sand.