Online Desk |  11 months ago | top
Zimbabwe and Mozambique have signed an agreement that establishes a Bi-National Commission which elevates the future partnership engagements among the two nations from being spearheaded by Government officials to that of Heads of State.
In a statement after the end of official talks between Presidents Emmerson Mnangagwa and Filipe Nyusi in Maputo yesterday, Foreign Affairs and International Trade Minister Frederick Shava said the migration from the Joint Permanent Commission of Cooperation to the new status, further grows bilateral relations in trade, Investment, Transport, Energy, Tourism, Environment, Defence and people to people engagement.
He added that the cooperation in the various areas, have been cemented by the signing of various memoranda of understanding.
Ambassador Shava said the two leaders have also discussed regional, continental and international issues of mutual interest.
President Mnangagwa is in Mozambique on a three day state visit.
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