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Thursday, 26 April 2012

Little hope for EU change of heart before Zimbabwe

Depending on the political and economic reforms met by Zimbabwe by August of this year,  the EU will or not revise development co-operation with the country. This statement was made by Claudia Wiedey-Nippold, the EEAS Head of Division for Southern Africa,  during her visit to Zimbabwe, where she met with Foreign Affairs ministry permanent secretary Joey Bimha, weeks before the Zimbabwe-EU re-engagement dialogue, expected to be held in Brussels.  
However, hopes on EU’s will to change its mind and lift the sanctions are faltering, as  the country did not succeed in addressing its democratic deficits in line with the Global Political Agreement (GPA),  signed in September 2008, and which gave birth to the inclusive government.

Source: Newsday