President Mnangagwa today left the country for Botswana where he will attend an extraordinary SADC Troika Summit. The news was shared by the Ministry of Information, Publicity and Broadcasting Service which shared the update on Twitter and said:
His Excellency, President @edmnangagwa has left the country for the Republic of Botswana where he will attend an Extraordinary SADC Organ Troika Summit. In his absence, VP KCD Mohadi is the Acting President.
According to The Herald, the agenda of the summit will be to address the challenge of terrorism and violent attacks affecting the region:
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Botswana President Mokgweetsi Masisi will host the indaba that is expected to address the challenge of terrorism and violent attacks through interventions and which is also expected to fully operationalize the SADC Regional Counter-Terrorism Strategy, and urgently finalize the establishment of the SADC Regional Counter-Terrorism Centre (SADC-CTC).
Source: Information Ministry Twitter