President Emmerson Mnangagwa is set to visit the United Kingdom in May this year to attend the coronation of the new British monarch King Charles III.
In his weekly column in The Sunday Mail, Mnangagwa said the invitation to attend King Charles III’s coronation adds a positive chapter to bilateral relations between Zimbabwe and the United Kingdom. He said:
In both the United States of America and the United Kingdom, re-engagement continues.
Late last year, our Minister of Foreign Affairs and International Trade (Ambassador Frederick Shava) attended the USA-Africa Summit.
This was the first-ever time such an invitation was extended to Zimbabwe.
We hope the Administration there is beginning to see that relations between us must be re-based, putting behind us the unwarranted and undeserved punitive measures which do not serve our mutual interests.
In early May, I shall be attending the coronation of King Charles III, again adding a positive chapter to our bilateral relations with the United Kingdom.
He said Zimbabwe is set to open a full Embassy in Equatorial Guinea soon, while the country’s President, Teodoro Obiang Nguema Mbasogo is expected to reciprocate his counterpart’s State visit early this year.
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