African Leaders At UNGA Call For End To Zimbabwe Sanctions

By Kitsepile Nyathi African leaders are using the ongoing United Nations General Assembly to push for an end to a two-decade-long Western embargo against Zimbabwe, arguing that the sanctions are hurting ordinary people and the region. African Union (AU) chairperson and Senegalese President Macky Sall led the charge when he delivered his address at the UNGA 77th session this week - where he said the sanctions should be removed immediately to enable Zimbabwe to realise its full potential. “The AU once again calls for the lifting of foreign sanctions against Zimbabwe,” President Sall said.

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