President Emmerson Mnangagwa has called upon the world to be patient with Zimbabwe as it embarks on socio-economic and political reforms. Mnangagwa was speaking at the 74th United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) session that runs from the 17th of September to the 30th.
Mnangagwa said that it would take some time until the results of the said reforms start manifesting. The reforms are meant to transform the country into a “democratic” and “medium-income” society. Mnangagwa said:
I urge the world to be patient with us, support us and join us on this new and exciting journey. Together we will realise our common vision of a future free of poverty, hunger and conflict, on a safe planet, for the benefit of all our people.
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His remarks come when his administration has embarked on a re-engagement drive meant to mend relations particularly with Western states including the United States of America and the United Kingdom after two decades of isolation.
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