French outgoing Ambassador to Nigeria, Mr Denys Gauer, in Abuja said France has concluded arrangements to establish a cinema school in Lagos and some museums around the country.
The facilities are in addition to formalising an agreement on film production and the US$2 billion investment in projects in 10 years.
Gauer who paid a farewell visit to President Muhammadu Buhari on Saturday in Abuja highlighted the positive trends in the nation’s economy.
He further noted that the French Agency for Development (AFD), which opened an office in Nigeria 10 years ago, has provided a total of $2 billion facility for projects in the country.
He told the President that more companies in his country have indicated interest to do business in Nigeria.
President Buhari recalled the recent visit of French President Emmanuel Macron to Nigeria, saying both countries would continue to maintain cordial ties and improve economic, cultural and political relations for their mutual benefit.
He commended the Republic of France for its commitment to strong regional cooperation in the fight against terrorism and cross-border crime in West Africa.
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The President also appreciated the roles and contributions of the French government to peace, security and stability in countries in the sub-Saharan region, as well as Central Africa.