Zanu PF National Chairman, Ambassador Simon Khaya Moyo says the party appreciates the show of solidarity it continues to receive from the international front ahead of its 12th Annual National Peopleâ€™s Conference set for Bulawayo next month.
Ambassador Moyo expressed gratitude when two envoys, one from the Islamic Republic of Iran and another from Namibia paid courtesy calls at his Zanu PF national offices.
“We share a common destiny [with SWAPO of Namibia and Iran], and we are very proud of the relations between us,” said Ambassador Moyo.
First to call was Ambassador Mohammad Pournajaf of Iran, who said relations between Zimbabwe and his country are built on a shared vision, struggle and a common constant fight against illegal sanctions.
“We [Iran and Zimbabwe] have a lot of things in common and the most important thing today is that we are both fighting sanctions,” he said.
Also during a courtesy call, Namibian Ambassador to Zimbabwe, Dr Phanduleni Kaino Shingenge highlighted the importance of maintaining the existing cordial relations between her country and Zimbabwe.
She passed a solidarity message from fellow liberation movement SWAPO, saying her country is grateful of Zimbabwean support especially in the training of Namibian teachers.
These solidarity messages come at a time Zanu PF is gearing up for its Annual National Peopleâ€™s Conference set for Bulawayo from December 6 to10.