Botswana is actively pursuing strategies for regional cooperation on infrastructure and integration to create more active routes and expand market access, the country’s foreign minister said yesterday. Xinhua news reports that Minister of International Affairs and Cooperation Lemogang Kwape told the Annual Ministerial Meeting of Foreign Ministers of Landlocked Developing Countries, as a result, Botswana is creating more active trade routes and working with its neighbours to harmonize policies that will further facilitate trade. Botswana and its northern neighbour Zambia have also embarked on the construction of the Kazungula Bridge, a joint project to further facilitate the movement of goods and people within the Southern African Development Community region and others, he added.