President Mugabe in Xianxi province

President Robert Mugabe, who is on a week long state visit to China, has left Beijing for Xianxi province.


President Mugabe and the Governor of Xianxi, Lou Quinjian, then held a meeting where the two sides agreed to explore areas of cooperation.


Governor Lou Quinjian explained that the province has a rich history as it houses one of the first dynasties, the Qin dynasty.

 

 
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PRESIDENT R.G. MUGABE QUOTES

“The Western world, which claims the moral high ground on issues of human rights and the sanctity of life, has looked with moral and academic indifference while the Israeli army continues to butcher innocent women and children, all under the guise of fighting terrorists." -during the 34th SADC summit, Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe.

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