Zimbabwe and the European Union have launched a formal dialogue process based on Article 8 of the Cotonou Partnership Agreement which governs relations between member states of the African-Carribean-Pacific regions and the European bloc. Speaking after the launch, EU Ambassador to Zimbabwe Timo Olkkonen expressed satisfaction over the Zimbabwe government's "seriousness" in its reform agenda but said the bloc was worried by continued State victimisation of civil society activists.
Govt, EU in Historic Talks
The Herald, 6 June 2019
Zimbabwe and the European Union (EU) yesterday launched a formal dialogue process based on Article 8 of the Cotonou Partnership Agreement which governs relations between member… Read more »
Secretary for Foreign Affairs and International Trade Ambassador James Manzou, right, chairs the launch of political dialogue between Zimbabwe and the European Union in Harare.
EU Says Worried By Continued Rights Abuses
New Zimbabwe, 6 June 2019
European Union (EU) Ambassador to Zimbabwe, Timo Olkkonen has expressed satisfaction over the Zimbabwe government's "seriousness" in its reform agenda although worried by continued… Read more »
EU Commends Zim's IMF Staff Monitored Programme
EUROPEAN Union (EU) Head of Delegation Timo Alkkonen says the bloc has identified positives from Zimbabwe's Staff Monitored Programme, an International Monetary Fund (IMF) policy… Read more »
President Emmerson Mnangagwa has arrived in Russia to kick start his five-nation European tour as protests against his government rock Harare and Bulawayo. New Zimbabwe reports ... Read more »
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