The SADC Ambassadors Forum has called on all political parties to solve their differences amicable and preserve the current peaceful environment.

The grouping met with the Zanu PF leadership at the party headquarters in Harare today.

The forum’s chairperson, Ambassador Mphakame Mbete says they have already met with the Nelson Chamisa led MDC Alliance and the Joice Mujuru led People’s Rainbow Coalition (PRC) to try and understand their concerns ahead of Monday’s elections.

Ambassador Mbete said they will not issue any statement regarding the seriousness of demands by some parties but they only want these issues to be resolved amicably.

Zanu PF Secretary for Administration, Obert Mpofu said Zanu PF will stand by the peace pledge it has already signed and is ready for the elections.

He also said some of the electoral demands being made came after realisation that the ruling party had a strong support base.

A delegation of Elders including former UN Secretary General, Kofi Annan, which was in the country recently said the demands by some political parties were misplaced.

The 2018 harmonised elections are viewed as one of the most peaceful elections Zimbabwe has ever conducted since independence.