MALAWI AND ZIMBABWE HOLDS THE 10TH SESSION OF THE JOINT PERMANENT COMMISSION OF COOPERATION (JPCC)

Malawi and Zimbabwe are meeting for the 10th session of the Joint Permanent Commission of Cooperation (JPCC). The meetings commenced yesterday in Harare, Zimbabwe and will run until Wednesday, 9th December, 2020, By Diramakini Reporter (Harare).
The meeting was officially opened by Dr.Luckie Sikwese, Secretary for Foreign Affairs. In his remarks, Dr. Sikwese called upon the two Governments to remain committed to holding regular JPCC Meetings and encourage their sectors to engage with their counterparts frequently in order to avoid piling up of outstanding issues and identify new areas of cooperation. 

Ambassador L. Manzou, Secretary For Foreign Affairs and International Trade of Zimbabwe said that the JPCC meetings will give Malawi and Zimbabwe an opportunity to collaborate in strengthening the ties of the relationship that exist between the two countries, and to explore new areas of cooperation especially in the trade and investment, mining, agriculture, environment and tourism sectors.

The two countries will further deliberate on the following areas of cooperation; wildlife conservation, Energy, Water, Education, Communication, Local Government, Justice and Immigration.

Honourable Eisenhower Nduwa Mkaka, Minister of Foreign Affairs and Honourable Lt. Gen. (Rtd.) Dr. S.B. Moyo, Minister of Foreign Affairs and International Trade of Zimbabwe will co-chair the Ministerial meeting on 9th December, 2020.

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