Zimbabwe committed to national cohesion, unity and harmony

Zimbabwean President Emmerson Mnangagwa, PHOTO: Media

Johannesburg, South Africa (ADV) – Zimbabwean President Emmerson Mnangagwa recently said his administration continues to push for greater national peace, unity and harmony and cohesion, the Herald reported.

He mentioned this while officially opening the inaugural session of the Zimbabwe-Botswana Bi-National Commission in Harare.

“We have opened the avenue for dialogue with other political parties in Zimbabwe to ensure that they also have an input in the country’s governance discourse,” said Mnangagwa.

He also disclosed that two meetings involving political parties that participated in the July 30 2018 general elections had been held.

“Fully aware that a nation at peace with itself is a nation that can achieve socio economic development. As such, a national dialogue platform has been established to allow a broader cross section of the political players to express their views and input into the governance discourse of this country. We are therefore committed to dialogue at home, across the entire region and beyond. Together we shall create a new reality for our people.

“Today Zimbabwe is in a process of transformation and national renewal. We are making steady progress with regards both economic and political reforms in Zimbabwe. The fiscal and monetary policies we have introduced in Zimbabwe are also humble successes of where want to go,” he said.

Meanwhile, President Mnangagwa added that they remain convinced that the United Nations should always be guided by its Charter and serve the interests of all its member states, without prejudice.

“To this end, we continue to advocate for the reform and democratisation of the United Nations Security Council so that it serves as the pedestal of international justice, peace and security,” he said.

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