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HH MEETS FOREIGN ENVOYS

President HAKAINDE HICHILEMA today morning had a meeting with Ambassadors MRS. ANNE WAGNER-MITCHELL of Germany, MRS. PIRJO SUOMELA-CHOWDHURY of Finland, MS. ANNA MAJ HULTGARD of Sweden, and Ambassador ANTONIO MAGGIORE of Italy.

During their meeting President-elect Hakainde Hichilema assured the envoys of a renewed commitment to human rights, and individual freedoms, and liberties that would once again restore Zambia to it’s rightful place as a bastion of freedom and stability in the region.

the President elect said a society where human rights were respected, could and would be a catalyst for economic development as people engage in meaningful debates and economic activities, knowing that their life and property are protected.

STATEMENT:

This morning we had a meeting with Ambassadors Mrs Anne Wagner-Mitchell of Germany, Mrs Pirjo Suomela-Chowdhury of Finland, Ms Anna Maj Hultgård of Sweden, and Ambassador Antonio Maggiore of Italy.

We discussed issues of mutual interest and encouraged them to engage with Zambian people from all walks of life.

Our renewed commitment to human rights, and individual freedoms, and liberties will once again restore Zambia to it’s rightful place as a bastion of freedom and stability in the region.

During our tenure in office, citizens will live free from political threats because that is what democracy requires of us.

Further, a society where human rights are respected, can and will be a catalyst for economic development as people engage in meaningful debates and economic activities, knowing that their life and property are protected.

In the interest of our country, we will continue with these bilateral and multilateral talks, with a strong focus on building an economy which provides jobs, food, and positive change for all Zambians.

May God bless our country.

Hakainde Hichilema
PRESIDENT-ELECT

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