Re-Engagement Drive Continues to Bear Fruit
President Mnangagwa proposes a toast with the Acting Dean of the Diplomatic Corps, Ambassador of Mozambique Mr Fransisco Cigarro, during a New Year Greetings Reception for Ambassadors and Heads of International Organisations hosted by the President at State House in Harare yesterday. — Picture: Believe Nyakudjara.
Zvamaida Murwira-Senior Reporter
ZIMBABWE’s engagement and re-engagement efforts continue to bear fruit as evidenced by the partial removal of illegal sanctions by the European Union, development assistance by the European Development Fund, and the invitation of Harare for the first time to the United States-Africa summit last year among others, President Mnangagwa has said. He said this also comes as Africa continues to rise, feed itself, industrialise, modernise and grow its economies. President Mnangagwa said this yesterday at State House in Harare while hosting a reception for ambassadors and international organisations accredited to Zimbabwe for his annual New Year greetings and meeting with diplomats. “I applaud you all for the progressive and cordial nature of the ongoing engagement efforts. This is reflected by the numerous successes we continue to score together, arising from our collaboration and co-operation. ReadMore