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AU Calls For The Lifting Of Sanctions Imposed On Zimbabwe

AU Calls For The Lifting Of Sanctions Imposed On Zimbabwe

African Union (AU) chairperson Moussa Faki Mahamat has reiterated the organisation’s call for the immediate and unconditional removal of sanctions imposed on Zimbabwe by western powers at the turn of the Millenium.

In a statement on Tuesday, Mahamat said the continued sanctions have negatively impacted Zimbabwe’s socio-economic development and recovery efforts. The statement read:

The Chairperson of the African Union Commission Moussa Faki Mahamat renews the African Union demand for the immediate and unconditional removal of sanctions imposed against the Republic of Zimbabwe and in support of the Southern African Development Community (SADC) commemoration of SADC Anti-Sanctions Day.

The Chairperson remains concerned by the negative impact of continued sanctions against the Republic of Zimbabwe on the country’s socio-economic development and recovery efforts.

The Chairperson reaffirms the commitment of the African Union to continue working closely with the Southern African Development Community (SADC) to support all regional efforts, and in this regard, the African Union associates itself fully with the statement issued by President Lazarus Chakwera, President of the Republic of Malawi and current Chairperson of SADC.

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5 Comments

Bee 7 months ago

SADC KO ZVIKUITWA NE ZANU MUKUZVIONA HERE OR MUKUNGOSHINGAIRA NE MA SANCTION ONLY


Sir 7 months ago

AU ngaitange yataura ne zanu kuti isabirire ma election results ka tione


Mr ndhlumbi 7 months ago

Zimbabwe will never be a colony again.


Nyamuteyi Takateya 7 months ago

Ko Seiko AU yacho isingatsiuri Zanu of gvt kana ichibirira sarudzo,ichiita huori,ichiuraya vatsigiri vebato rinopikisa?
AU mamwewo matuzvi emubatanidzwa asina kana bhureni.


Do that 7 months ago

America this America comrades that better AU and SADC it's high time we take them to ICC­čśş



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