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Friday, 12 August 2011

Greece will help Zimbabwe in sanctions fight

The new Greek Ambassador to Zimbabwe, Mr Christos Salamanis, said he hoped to be part of the solution to solve the impasse between Zimbabwe and the European Union during his tour of duty.

Ambassador Salamanis said this soon after paying a courtesy call on Acting President Joice Mujuru at her Munhumutapa Offices. Responding to journalists on his stance on the illegal sanctions, Ambassador Salamanis said: "I hope to be a solution to that during my stay but as you know it is a matter that concerns the whole European Union."

Greece is among some of the progressive EU nations that are said to be against the illegal sanctions according to diplomatic cables released by WikiLeaks. The others include Spain, Italy, Portugal and Germany.

Source: AllAfrica/The Herald