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China Says It Will Continue Supporting Zimbabwe’s Economic Development

China Says It Will Continue Supporting Zimbabwe’s Economic Development

Chinese Ambassador to Zimbabwe Guo Shaochun has said China will continue to support Zimbabwe’s economic and social development and improve its capacity for self-generated development.

He made the remarks on Friday 30 September 2022 during a reception held at the Chinese Embassy in Harare to mark the 73rd anniversary of the founding of the People’s Republic of China. NewZimbabwe quotes him as saying:

On the new journey of the great rejuvenation of the Chinese nation, China will make new contributions to mankind’s well-being and continue to share new opportunities with the world as it achieves new development.

Our cooperation will adhere to recipient-driven approaches, and respect the independent choices of the Zimbabwean government and Zimbabwean people.

In addition, he said cooperation between Zimbabwe and China will follow the principles of openness and transparency.

On intergovernmental cooperation, Guo said various major infrastructure projects undertaken with China’s aid covering all sectors of the economy have been completed, and have already started bearing fruits.

Guo also said China is expediting Zimbabwe’s citrus exports to China to support the southern African country’s export portfolio.

Guo said China encourages more capable Chinese companies to invest in Zimbabwe.

On behalf of Zimbabwe’s Foreign Affairs and International Trade Minister Fredrick Shava, Minister of Justice, Legal and Parliamentary Affairs Ziyambi Ziyambi, applauded China for standing up with Zimbabwe in its developmental path.

This comes as critics say China is exploiting Zimbabwe. They say China is trapping Zimbabwe in unsustainable debt to get access to minerals, and other natural resources.

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8 Comments

LOGIC 2 months ago

Support economic development how? You are over-exploiting and plundering our resources....You don't even buy anything in Zim except for mineral water......from pen,book,pencil,pots ne food yacho uu bring food from your country even prisoners woita washandi muno....nxaaa...constructing a parliament building iri infested ne spyware zvayo...haha


political commentator 2 months ago

kutibira kwavarikuita here uko for eexample Bikita minerals vari kutora ne quary stones kushipper kuenda nawo kuChina chinhu chawora ichi Zimbabwe rinosara ravedongo empty musisina chero chinhu


Gwedu 2 months ago

Zimbabwe is becoming a Chinese colony in the near future. TmDay one if I'm ti be a president, I chase them all out of Zimbabwe. Exploiters!!


Ini 2 months ago

Kubirwa kudii maiti pfuti netraining dzamaipihwa kuhondo zvaiva zvemahara? Communism still on play. Give you guns to fight away the enemy we exploit you forever...even depending on their market willingly!


Ini 2 months ago

Papicture dzirikuratidza kufara kudarika China yacho saka titori bhoo


zhongHong 2 months ago

Zimbabwe is now a province of China


WILLIAM SONBOY CHINEMBIRI 2 months ago

No one denies that China helped and is still helping Zimbabwe developmet its Infrastructure, but China has also continued to exploit our mineral resources, notably the black stone in Mutoko.

China helped Zimbabwe to build Chinhoyi Provincial Hospital, Chihota Hospital and many others. The Chinese also built the National Sports Stadium in Harare, Hydro Generator
at Kariba and the new parliament at Mount Humpden.

The Chinese have done little or nothing at all in food security. The Chinese are mean. They do not give money or cash. They fear their money may end up being abused by ihe elites.

Chinese are better than the Russians. They give Zimbabwe nothing in terms of food. They do not build anything any infrastructure.

[ NGAAPINDE HAKE MUKOMANA CHAMISA ].

Yours faithfully
William Sonboy CHINEMBIRI
[ THE BUSH LAWYER ].


2 months ago

Russia helped you during the liberation struggle and asked nothing in return...so you just want someone to give you everything for free.

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