George Msumba |  11 months ago | top
President Emmerson Mnangagwa has hailed the bilateral relations between Zimbabwe and Botswana and urged the two nations, to increase collaboration in trade cooperation.
Officially opening the third session of the bi-national commission between Zimbabwe and Botswana in Victoria Falls today, President Mnangagwa said more bilateral agreements are expected to be entered into by Harare and Gaborone.<PSI_END_OBJECT>
Meanwhile, President Mokgweetsi Masisi says Botswana’s ruling party, the BDP, is looking forward to continuing working with the ruling Zanu PF party for the foreseeable future because of its people centred socio-economic development policies and championing of regional interests.
President Masisi was speaking during a state dinner in Victoria Falls yesterday hosted by President Mnangagwa.
The five-day meeting, which ends today, seeks to foster bi-lateral relations on political, economic, social, defence and security issues, between the two countries.