Commonwealth assessment team to visit Zimbabwe

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A Commonwealth Assessment Mission will be in the country from the 12th to the 18th of November to assess the progress made by the Second Republic after the country made an application to rejoin the organization in 2018.

In a statement, the Minister of Foreign Affairs and International Trade, Ambassador Fredrick Shava said the mission, led by Assistant Secretary General Professor Luis Franceshi will meet with President Emmerson Mnangagwa, the Minister of Foreign Affairs and other senior government officials and ministers.

“The Mission, led by Assistant Secretary General Luis Franceshi, will be visiting the country for the third time in line with Zimbabwe’s reengagement thrust that seeks to reset and rekindle its foreign relations in order to create a conducive and supportive environment for the successful implementation of NDS1 and the realization of Vision 2030,” he said.

He said the discussions with the Mission will cover the political, legislative and economic reforms that the government has implemented under the Second Republic, adding tat it would also engage the media and other stakeholders on matters of interest to the organization.

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