NewsVIDEO: Zimbabwe says goodbye to the Belarusian president in a spectacular ceremony

    VIDEO: Zimbabwe says goodbye to the Belarusian president in a spectacular ceremony

    Alexander Lukashenko arrived in Harare on January 30 to meet President Emmerson Mnangagwa and lead bilateral negotiations.

    Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko completed a state visit to Zimbabwe on Wednesday, taking with him a package of new agreements and impressions.

    Lukashenko was escorted to Harare airport by President Emmerson Mnangagwa, who claimed to feel “special chemistry” in his relations with the Belarusian leader.

    As in the reception upon his arrival on January 30, the Belarusian president’s farewell was carried out by an honor guard, an orchestra that performed both hymns, as well as songs and dances. One of the curiosities of the ceremony was the goat who held an honorable place in the ranks of the orchestra.

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    The official visit began on Tuesday and led to face-to-face talks between the heads of state, broad-based negotiations, as well as a bilateral business forum. As a balance, the agreements bilateral agreements in the industrial, commercial, agricultural, mining, energy and transport sectors.

    The Belarusian side delivered a lot of tractors to Zimbabwe as part of a program to mechanize the agricultural sector in the African country.

    The presidents and their delegations visited the picturesque Victoria Fallswhich Lukashenko equated with the “strength of the Zimbabwean people.”

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    The Belarusian leader said that his delegation came to the African country as friends, with peace and to “negotiate on behalf of our peoples” and “not as the colonizers who conquered and exploited the people did.”

    “We bring technologies and we teach them to people, we train specialists,” Lukashenko said.

    The president highlighted the special role of Africa in today’s world. “Africa woke up a long time ago. Here there are resources, here people are more educated every year, advanced technologies are arriving. The world cannot develop without Africa,” he said.

    Source: RT

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