Leader of the Republic of Rwanda, Paul Kagame has joined the sanctions for Zimbabwe must fall mantra as he was reported to have taken the country’s anti-sanctions lobby to leaders of the world’s most powerful nations that convened for the Group of Seven (G7) summit in France last week Sunday News reported.
This was revealed by the President who spoke to journalists on Friday in Japan and said:
In particular, with President Kagame we were discussing strategies to deal with the question of sanctions. At the last Sadc meeting in Dar es Salaam, Sadc made a resolution that we must together appeal to AU, so that when AU goes to the United Nations, they speak about the removal of sanctions.
Sadc secretariat must also again appeal for the removal of sanctions. But individual African countries such as Kagame’s Rwanda, they are lobbying. They did lobby for Zimbabwe during the G7 meeting. President Kagame attended the G7 meeting and he was able to meet with the G7 leaders and he pleaded with them over removal of sanctions on Zimbabwe.
Is seems more countries are joining the sanctions for Zimbabwe must fall movement as 25 October has been set aside as the day to conduct activities to jointly call for the immediate lifting of the sanctions.
More: Sunday News
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