Zanu PF will this year host the Liberation Movements Summit which brings together heads of state and government of member states to take stock of achievements made since the end of colonialism and map the way forward for the benefit of future generations.
The revolutionary party will soon dispatch a high powered delegation to Angola led by the Secretary for External Affairs, Cde Simbarashe Mumbengegwi to learn how Angola successfully hosted last year’s edition of the summit.
This Thursday, Zanu PF top management held lengthy discussions with outgoing Angolan Ambassador Pedro Hendrik Vaal Neto who pledged to strengthen the existing relations and ensure the spirit of revolutionary parties continues to burn.
“Zanu PF is a very strong stepping stone which cannot break, I have come here to bid farewell so that when I go back home, I will keep the strong relations between our countries going. It has been a good stay and I enjoyed my term under the leadership of Zanu PF,” the ambassador said.
Zanu PF Secretary for Administration, Dr Obert Mpofu said their discussion centred on consolidating relations but more so on how best the revolutionary party can learn from Angola to prepare to host the Liberation Movements Summit.
“As you are aware, Angola is long time friend since the times of the struggle. More importantly, our party Zanu PF will host the Liberation Movements Summit this year, so Angola our brother successfully hosted the event last year and we will be dispatching team to Angola pick some notes on how best we prepare for the grand occasion,” said Dr Mpofu.
The meeting with the outgoing Angolan ambassador was attended by Zanu PF Politburo members; Cde Munyaradzi Paul Mangwana, Dr Chris Mushohwe and Cde Mumbengegwi.