President Edgar Lungu unhappy with political turbulences that have affected some SADC countries.

President Edgar Lungu has expressed concern with political turbulences that have affected some SADC, Southern Africa Development Community countries in the recent past.
President Lungu has called for dialogue among the leaders of the affected countries.
ZANIS reports from Johannesburg that President Lungu said this when he held a bilateral meeting with Lesotho Prime Minister Pakalitha Mosisili in Johannesburg, South Africa on the sidelines of the 25th African Union summit.
Earlier, Prime Minister Mosisili briefed President Lungu about the failed coup that hit his country and his subsequent re-election.
He said it was sad that his country had faced political instability resulting from the failed coup.
Mr. Mosisili said his country has since embarked on the constitution reforms.
He therefore, requested Zambia, which is also going through a constitution making process, to support Lesotho.
Later, President Lungu met Swaziland’s King Mswati who has requested to visit Zambia with his business community.
King Mswati said he was eager to strengthen the diplomatic relations with Zambia and work closely with President Lungu.
And Mr. Lungu encouraged King Mswati to visit Zambia any time adding that it was important for the two countries to strengthen trade relations.

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