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Friday, 01 October 2010

South Africa's Zuma calls for end to Zimbabwe sanctions

South Africa's President Jacob Zuma was at the European Parliament Wednesday (29 September) to hold talks with MEPs. His main message was for sanctions to be lifted against neighbouring Zimbabwe. He said they had hurt South Africa and harmed Harare's path to political reconciliation between Robert Mugabe's Zanu PF party and Morgan Tsvangirai's Movement for Democratic Change. He was in Brussels for Tuesday's EU-South Africa Summit which discussed climate change, trade and development issues.
In his first visit to the Parliament after becoming South Africa's President, Mr Zuma held talks with MEPs on the Foreign Affairs and Development Committees. He also held a meeting with EP President Jerzy Buzek.

Source: European Parliament