Zimbabwe and the United Arab Emirates yesterday signed agreements to enhance bilateral co-operation. The agreements were signed by UAE ministers, Her Excellency Reem Al Hashimy (Minister of State for Foreign Affairs) and Dr Sultan bin Ahmad Sultan Al-Jaber (Minister of State in charge of Energy), at State House. Speaking afterwards, Minister Al Hashimy said
We are very excited to be here in Harare and very keen to look at ways in which we can explore a strong relationship with your great country. There are significant opportunities in energy and agriculture…The Zimbabwean people are a very skilled workforce and the UAE is very interested in exploring your opportunities. I am very happy that this is my second visit here in Harare and I look forward to many more to come.
Special Advisor to President Mnangagwa, Ambassador Christopher Mutsvangwa, added,
The most important thing is that the UAE is going to establish an embassy in Zimbabwe before the end of the year. We expect a full-fledged ambassador to come to Zimbabwe so that they can drive the relations between the two countries to a higher level.
More: Sunday Mail
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