moyo sk.jpgCde Simon Khaya Moyo said this during a meeting with the British ambassador to Zimbabwe Ambassador Mark Canning who had paid a courtesy call at his offices at the Zanu pf headquarters in Harare.

 

The meeting between Cde Simon-Khaya Moyo and the British ambassador takes place at a time when efforts are underway to resume dialogue between Zimbabwe and the European Union states. 

 

The dialogue was launched last year when Prime Minister Morgan Tsvangirayi led a delegation comprising ministers from the inclusive government to several European capitals and the U.S.
  
Several ministers from E U countries have also visited Zimbabwe since the formation of the inclusive government in the same spirit of resuming dialogue after almost a decade of frosty relations following the globalization of the Zimbabwe-Britain land dispute by the former colonial master.

 

Briefing journalists after the meeting with the British Ambassador, Cde Khaya-Moyo stressed the need for more dialogue between the two countries.

 

British Ambassador to Zimbabwe Ambassador Mark Canning said he has high hopes for the inclusive government.

Dialogue between Zimbabwe and the European Union to explore ways of normalising relations between the two is set to resume next month against a backdrop of the extension of illegal sanctions on the country for another year.