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HIS MAJESTY LEAVES FOR ZIMBABWE

His Majesty King Letsie III left the country on Monday afternoon for a three-day official visit in Zimbabwe.

Speaking in an interview, the Minister of Foreign Affairs, Dr 'Mamphono Khaketla told LENA that the visit is expected to enhance the bilateral relations between the two countries.

She noted that His Majesty will have meetings with the Prime Minister of Zimbabwe together with his government in order to discuss issues that can lead to the development of both countries.

She added that he will visit hero’s acre as well as Victoria Falls to learn more about the history of Zimbabwe as well as its tourism sector.

Dr Khaketla pointed out that His Majesty’s entourage include the Minister of Health and Senior Officials from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. 

Government of Zimbabwe continues to offer Basotho students support in the field of medicine. While Lesotho supported Zimbabwe during its struggle for Independence.

Lesotho further supported Zimbabwe in the political, diplomatic and educational sectors as many Zimbabweans graduated and lectured at the National University of Lesotho.

Both countries are members of the South African Development Community (SADC) and share objectives and aspirations, assuring the country that he will further enhance the existing relations between the two countries and maintain necessary diplomatic dialogue during his tenure of office.

 

Source: LENA 15/05/2017

 

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