Parliamentary Committee on Foreign Affairs Tasked with Measuring Zimbabwe’s Re-Engagement Success

Written by on June 11, 2024


Charity Chikara

The Parliamentary Portfolio Committee on Foreign Affairs and International Trade has been challenged to develop robust strategies to measure the success of Zimbabwe’s re-engagement efforts. As the country continues to pursue its “friend to all, enemy to none” policy, the need for long-term re-engagement strategies that ensure sustainable development has come into sharp focus.

The committee has been tasked with going beyond mere diplomatic interactions and focusing on securing concrete outcomes that drive economic development. Working closely with other parliamentary committees, they must promote laws that foster peace, good governance, and a conducive legal environment for investment and trade.

Zimbabwe’s re-engagement efforts aim to attract investment and stimulate sustainable economic growth, affirming its commitment to global cooperation and engagement. The committee’s efforts will be crucial in measuring the success of these endeavors and ensuring a bright future for the country.

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