“We Never Work On Conditions”: Zanu-PF Responds To United States

Zanu-PF has responded to the conditions given by the United States government for the removal of sanctions. The United States said that it will be looking for concrete reforms from President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s government before it removes sanctions.

Responding to the conditions that were outlined by Stephanie S. Sullivan, who is the Deputy Assistant Secretary for the Bureau of African Affairs during the United States Senate Committee on Foreign Relations presentation under the theme. “The Future of Zimbabwe”, Zanu-PF spokesperson Simon Khaya Moyo said that they do not work on conditions. Said Khaya Moyo:

We are never given conditions of engagements. As a party we never work on conditions.

Khaya Moyo referred further questions to President Mnangagwa’s spokesperson George Charamba who could not be reached for comment by NewsDay.

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4 comments on ““We Never Work On Conditions”: Zanu-PF Responds To United States

  1. Mnangagwa is being offered a free pass for himself and his ZANU Thugs to exit power by frwe elections. He would be best accept this and leave at least the veneer if an honourable legacy.

  2. Khaya Moyo just being silly.All bi-lateral relations have conditions.Even the Chinese have conditions they want met before they can engage

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