Three ambassadors presented their letters of credence to President Emmerson Mnangagwa in Harare today.

First to present his credentials was the Swiss Ambassador, Niculin Jager who pledged to increase corporation in the economic sphere in Zimbabwe.

He was followed by the new Ugandan Ambassador, Barbara Nekesa Undo who is based in South Africa.

Ambassador Undo said Uganda and Zimbabwe must move from political corporation to more intense corporation which will benefit people of the two nations.

The last to present credentials was the new Ambassador of the Co-operative Republic of Guyana in Latin America, Dr Cyril Kenrick Hunte, an economic professor.

Dr Hunte said his tour of duty will see enhanced economic ties between the two former British colonies.