President Mutharika receives letters of credence from new Zimbabwe envoy

New Zimbabwe diplomat to Malawi, Hilda Suka Mafudza, on Tuesday submitted her letters of credence to  President  Peter Mutharika.

The Zimbabwean envoy presents her papers to President Mutharika
Zimbabwean diplomat gets military honours
Guard of honour
State House chief of staff Peter Muchita helps the 7imbabwean diplomat to sign visitors book

Speaking during the presentation ceremony at the Kamuzu Palace in Lilongwe, Mafudza indicated that she would strengthen bilateral ties that exist between Zimbabwe and Malawi.

Mafudza said she was more interested in venturing into economic partnership with the Malawi government.

She said the economic partnership will be aligned more to the agricultural and natural resources sector.

“We seek to learn from each other in strengthening our economies together through partnerships and economic ties,” she said.

According to the Commercial Farmers Union of Zimbabwe’s website, Zimbabwe’s growth is highly tied to developments in its agricultural sector the tobacco industry as the most important cash crop in Zimbabwe in terms of generating foreign exchange.

Soya beans is also on the increase owing to its multiple uses which include production of cooking oil.

The Zimbabwean embassy is one of the 39 foreign representations in Malawi and one of 30 foreign representations in Lilongwe.

The last Zimbabwean diplomat to Malawi, Thandiwe Dumbutshena, left office in March 2018 after 14 years in the country, as she also served as Dean of Diplomatic Corps.

Malawi and Zimbabwe have had a close history for a long time. They share common values, history and culture.

Along with Zambia, they were one country under the Federation of Rhodesia and Nyasaland.

Malawi has a large Zimbabwean diaspora and Zimbabwe has a large Malawian diaspora.

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Judge K
Judge K
1 year ago

but why write about it – what is the significance of presenting letters? is it a business deal or we just lack what to call news !

Masauko
Masauko
1 year ago

Mpaka kulola dplomat wa Zim kuyendera pelete kkkkkk koma my Malawi,my lady my lords is this acountry or adistrict,ooh maybe we are still testing if we can become areal country.aletter of credence from Zim is of no use at all.zim is not aright government to complement anything

Madubeko
Madubeko
1 year ago
Reply to  Masauko

A diplomat is a representative of the Head of state of that particular country in a host nation so yes they are given such privilege when presenting letters of credence. our diplomats are also given the same treatment elsewhere

Nasingwe
Nasingwe
1 year ago

kkll mpaka kuendea pelete. koma yaaa pa Mw ayayaaaa.
Zim mai anacoka uja nyansi

Revolutionary
1 year ago
Reply to  Nasingwe

Nasingwe don’t comment on issues that you don’t know…..when presenting letters of credence there is a guard of honor in the recipient country

Mkanda
Mkanda
1 year ago
Reply to  Nasingwe

Kuyendera pelete is part of international diplomacy. All High Commissioners and/or Ambassadors do get to inspect this.

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