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The President of the Republic, Filipe Nyusi, this morning welcomed, at the Office of the Presidency of the Republic, his counterpart from the Republic of Zimbabwe, Emmerson Dambudzo Mnangagwa, who arrived in the country on Sunday.
The three-day visit comes in response to an invitation made by Filipe Nyusi, and is part of the “reinforcement and deepening of the historical ties of brotherhood, solidarity and political, economic, social and cultural cooperation between the two countries”, according to a Presidency statement.
During the next three days, the heads of state will review the political, economic and social situation of their countries, as well as exchange views on issues of common interest in Southern Africa, the African continent and the world in general.
The President of Zimbabwe, Dr ED Mnangagwa, was this morning given the honours at the start of his State Visit to the sister Republic of Mozambique. Zimbabwe and Mozambique are set to sign four agreements to enhance cooperation under the Bi-National Commission. Zimbabwe has pic.twitter.com/agrP5HqYJ2
— Tinoedza Zvimwe (@Tinoedzazvimwe1) April 4, 2022
Zimbabwe and Mozambique are building a brighter future!
For the benefit of both our nations’ children 🇲🇿🇿🇼 pic.twitter.com/daIFCL6IsP
— President of Zimbabwe (@edmnangagwa) April 3, 2022
Pres Mnangagwa is in Maputo, where he starts a packed 3 day State visit that will see him and host President Nyusi, lead the elevation of long-running relations btwn the two countries from a Joint Permanent Commission on Co-operation (JPCC) to a Bi-National Commission (BNC). pic.twitter.com/k4VdpAdKnL
— Zim Observer (@JaydenGuma) April 4, 2022