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The International Economic Forum is taking place in St. Petersburg, attended by the president of Zimbabwe Emmerson Mnangagwa. During his speech, the politician praised Vladimir Putin for defending the independence and territorial integrity of Russia.

He addressed the president himself in tender words Russia. – My dear brother, Zimbabwe considers the Russian Federation as a consistent global ally. The strength lies in our unity, adaptability and innovation, said Mnangagwa.

Russia. The president of Zimbabwe asked Putin for help

There was also a jab from the president of Zimbabwe towards the West. – This is deplorable and unacceptablethat the West continues to follow hegemonic tendencies that grossly violate the sovereign equality of nations, justice and honesty, he said. He further called for the lifting of sanctions on Zimbabwe, which he says are a punishment for the country's land reform initiatives.

Emmerson Mnangagwa also mentioned that “the West has begun to consolidate its power in Zambia.” – There was a time when Zambia and Zimbabwe were one, it was called Northern and Southern Rhodesia. But now we are separated. Americans are consolidating their power in this country, both in terms of security and financial support for Zambia, to make sure that we feel alone, he continued his speech, directly addressing Putin.

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He also complained to Vladimir Putin that United States they are building military bases in Zambia, which threatens the integrity of Zimbabwe. In connection with he turned to the Russian leader asking for military support so that Zimbabwe can be protected.

The former foreign minister reacts. “I am shocked by this recklessness”

The media reminds that the statement by the President of Zimbabwe appeared a few days after he visited Zambia, to attend the Southern African Development Community (SADC) Chiefs' Summit, where was warmly received by the president He didn't go to Hichilemê.

– There is something terribly wrong with our ability to govern. This presentation of the new SADC chairman against a member state in front of a foreign head of state is extremely unfortunate. I will stop here and say that I am extremely shocked by this recklessness, said Walter Mzembi, former foreign minister of Zimbabwe.

Sources: “The Zimbabwe News”, Reuters, PAP

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