Mutharika, Lungu hold bilateral talks at AU

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Malawi President Peter Mutharika held an audience with Zambian President Edgar Chagwa Lungu at African Union (AU) headquarters in Addis Ababa where they discussed various issues for the benefit of people of the two countries.

Writing on his Facebook page, Mutharika said that the discussion was important since it was focused on key issues such as agriculture and transportation.

“I met with President Lungu where we discussed several matters of mutual interest including trade, progress on the actualization of the Shire Zambezi World Inland Port project, regional integration and agriculture,” Mutharika wrote.

Edgar Lungu, Peter Mutharika

Edgar Lungu with Peter Mutharika

The Malawi leader further said that Zambia and Malawi have common traits and it is good to have a strong relationship between the two to develop.

“Malawi and Zambia have always existed on common and shared social, economic and political values. No wonder there is no any other country with a similar social fabric to Malawi than Zambia,” Mutharika said.

“Our people trade together daily, our students cross our border time and again to share knowledge and our borders are but a mere imagination of statehood though the truth is we co-exist peacefully as one nation,” he added.

According to Mutharika, it is on this mutual platform that Malawi and Zambia can build good relations to greater heights and serve the people with cemented commitment.

Apart from Lungu, Mutharika also met President John Mugufuli of Tanzania where they discussed issues on how to strengthen relations between the two countries.

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49 Comments

  1. Mr Lungu; mr boss maize gate is politic just forget and move on. Mr Muthalika respond; yeah neh opposition are playing little childich game

  2. Kkkkkkkk all leaders twinkling there Eyer’s and ear’s listening to them for what, may be the Zambia guy,but ………….ummmm he has no idea for village and can address others. He is to be dressed there.

  3. Zambians are not just our neghbours, but they are also our brothers and sisters coz we share many common things,languages,tribes, foods,dancers .they have also chewa’s, tonga’s, Tumbuka’s and ngoni’s .

  4. fine.When jesus was asked was the greatest commandment,the answer was love thy neghbour as u love yourself.Many things we share in comon with zambia

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