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Malawi President Chakwera, Zimbabwe leader Emmerson Mnangagwa hold bilateral talks in Lilongwe

The meeting in progress

Malawi President Lazarus Chakwera and his Zimbabwean counterpart, Emmerson Mnangagwa, have today held bilateral talks between the two countries at Kamuzu Palace in Lilongwe.

Soon after the talks, Mnangagwa also had an audience with the African heads of mission resident in Malawi at the same Kamuzu Palace.

Malawi delegation

Before the meetings, Mnangagwa visited Malawi parliament as well as Kamuzu Mausoleum.

Upon his arrival at Parliament, he was met by Malawi’s Vice President, Dr Saulos Chilima and First Deputy Speaker of Malawi Parliament, Madalitso Kazombo before proceeding to the VVIP lounge where he signed the visitor’s book.

The Zimbabwe leader thereafter planted a tree outside the VVIP Lounge.

African heads of mission

From Parliament, Dr Mnangagwa visited Kamuzu Mausoleum, the resting place for Malawi’s founding president, Ngwazi Dr Hastings Kamuzu Banda where he laid a wreath in honour of the fallen leader

He is expected to accomplish more engagements in Lilongwe before flying to Mangochi this afternoon, from where he will proceed to Blantyre on Friday.

Laying a wreath in honour of Kamuzu

Mnangagwa, who arrived in the country on Wednesday, is expected to depart for Zimbabwe through Chileka International Airport Friday afternoon after holding a press briefing at Sanjika Palace in Blantyre.

The Zimbabwe leader with Malawi VP Dr Saulos Klaus Chilima

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