Mnangagwa meets World Bank boss at Munhumutapa Offices

Mnangagwa meets World Bank boss at Munhumutapa Offices

Mnangagwa meets World Bank boss at Munhumutapa Offices

President Emmerson Mnangagwa has met with the Executive Director of the World Bank Group, Anne Kabagame, at his Munhumutapa Offices.

Mnangagwa meets World Bank boss at Munhumutapa Offices

The meeting comes at a time when Zimbabwe continues to intensify its engagement and re-engagement efforts with countries, organizations and international financial institutions (IFIs) with the goal of reintegrating herself fully into the world community.

Zimbabwe has instituted a raft of legislative and policy reforms to harmonize with global mores and trends, all of which should ease her reintegration.

The World Bank continues to encourage Zimbabwe to push forward the IMF-endorsed Staff Monitored Programme which has home-grown targets and benchmarks towards recovering and growing the economy.

The Bank is open to supporting Zimbabwe’s social protection Programme as she pushes on with her reforms.

Presently, Zimbabwe which has faced two consecutive droughts is importing grain to meet national requirements, with the latest effort covering Uganda which has promised to supply about 650 000 metric tonnes on favorable terms.

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