President Mnangagwa leaves for Malawi


Harare (New Ziana) – President Emmerson Mnangagwa left for Malawi on Wednesday for a three-day state visit during which he is expected to hold talks on a wide range of bilateral issues with host President Lazarus Chakwera.

The visit was preceded by the Zimbabwe-Malawi Joint Permanent Commission on Cooperation (JPCC) held in Lilongwe earlier this week, centred on strengthening economic cooperation between the two countries.

A number of co-operation agreements, including in the media field, are expected to be signed during President Mnangagwa’s visit as Zimbabwe deepens its engagement and re-engagement policy pursuit, which seeks to expand the country’s circle of friends around the world.

Zimbabwe and Malawi enjoy cordial bilateral relations, and last month Harare assisted Lilongwe with food and other humanitarian assistance when the country was struck by a devastating cyclone which killed scores, and displaced hundreds of thousands others.

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