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Zimbabwean head of State Emmerson Mnagagwa is expected Friday in Luanda for a 24-hour visit to Angola aimed at discussing with his Angolan counterpart, João Lourenço, the political situation in that country.
This is expressed in a statement released by the President’s Civil Affairs Office reached Angop Wednesday.
The source stresses that João Lourenço, in his capacity as chairperson of SADC Organ for Politics, Defence and Security, will analyse with the Zimbabwean statesman the arrangements of presidential elections.
The initiative is intended to legitimise the ongoing transition.
On November 13, the military took over Zimbabwe, placing President Robert Mugabe under house arrest and detaining senior government officials.
However, Zimbabwe President Robert Mugabe resigned in a letter to parliament.
A few days later Emmerson Mnagagwa took office as acting President of the country.Source: Angop
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