President Emmerson Mnangagwa is set to clock his 26th foreign trip since taking over power from Mr Robert Mugabe, a ZimLive report reveals.
The gallivanting President is set to visit Russia, Belarus, Azerbaijan and Kazakhstan before attending the World Economic Forum in Switzerland.
Presidential spokesman George Charamba told state media that Zimbabwe that:
The whole idea is to put Zimbabwe firmly on the map so that we leave behind us the dark days when we were perceived as a pariah state.
In all our interactions, we are putting in the forefront the need to attract and secure investments as well as cooperation in order to grow and transform our economy.
Below is a list of Mnangagwa ‘s foreign trips according to ZimLive:
Mnangagwa’s Foreign Trips Since Taking Power in 2017.
December 2017: Pretoria, South Africa
January 2018: Davos, Switzerland
January 2018: Addis Ababa, Ethiopia
January 2018: Luanda, Angola
January 2018: Lusaka, Zambia
January 2018: Windhoek, Namibia
January 2018: Maputo, Mozambique
February 2018: Gaborone, Botswana
March 2018: Gaborone, Botswana
March 2018: Kinshasa, Democratic Republic of Congo
March 2018: Kigali, Rwanda
April 2018: Beijing, China
June 2018: Nouakchott, Mauritania
June 2018: Dar es Salaam, Tanzania
July 2018: Johannesburg, South Africa
August 2018: Windhoek, Namibia
September 2018: Beijing, China
September 2018: New York, United States
October 2018: Lusaka, Zambia
November 2018: Conakry, Guinea
November 2018: Addis Ababa, Ethiopia
January 2019: Moscow, Russia
January 2019: Minsk, Belarus
January 2019: Baku, Azerbaijan
January 2019: Astana, Khazakstan
January 2019: Davos, Switzerland.