Chakwera invites Zambia’s Lungu for State visit to Malawi

President Lazarus Chakwera has invited his Zambian President Edgar Lungu  on a State visit to Malawi.

President Chakwera and Lungu had successful meeting pic by Tione Andsen (Mana)
President Chakwera signs visitors book at State House pic Tione Andsen (Mana)
President Chakwera making remarks during the meeting by Tione Andsen (Mana)
President Chakwera alighting from Malawian Aircraft on arrival at Kenneth kaunda International Airport in Lusaka pic by Tione Andsen (Mana)

Chakwera confirmed this on arrival at Kamuzu International Airport from a day-return trip to Lusaka where he held talks with Zambian counterpart.

He left Tuesday morning and returned in the afternoon on a Malawian Airlines chartered plane – Chakwera’s first foreign visit since assuming office 87 days ago.

Chakwera has called for peaceful co-existence among member states in the regional in order to attain sustainable development.

The Malaiw leader  said he was aware of the political situations in Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) and Cabo Delgado in the northern part of Mozambique where security was being compromised.

He said any problem affecting any country within the region should viewed as a common problem to all member states.

“We need to join hands in dealing with such political situations to ensure that people of those affected countries are helped accordingly,” he said.

Chakwera thanked Lungu for the warm reception his delegation was accorded on the arrival in the country.

He said Malawi and Zambia continue to enjoy a cordial relationship which needs to growth further for the mutual benefit so the people of the two countries.

The President expressed gratitude to the Zambian government for providing relief assistance to Malawi when the country was affected by effects of Cyclone Idai some two years ago.

He said the country was heavily affected and Zambia saw the need to help their brothers and sisters to lessen their plight.

Chakwera said Malawi was currently working with Zambia in the sector of energy saying the two countries had problems with issues of black outs.

He said the two countries needs need to find ways and means on they could share power as a way of reducing occurrences of blackouts and having sustainable power supply all the time.

Malawi President added that the two countries need to consolidate the cultural exchanges that exist between the two countries.

“We have the common cultural values which need to be enhanced at all level. The traditional annual Kulamba ceremony by the Chewa’s from Malawi, Zambia and Mozambique bounds the people of the three countries. We need to continue promoting such cultural promotions to all tribes in our countries,” Chakwera explained.

Zambian President Lungu thanked President, Chakwera for honouring his first historical visit to Zambia after being elected Malawi leader in June, 2020.

He said Zambia and Malawi have been long time neighbours and the people of the two countries share a lot of things that make them to remain as one.

Lungu pointed out that the visit would help to consolidate the already existing cordial relationship the two countries are enjoying.

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