Zimbabweans stage anti-sanctions march in UK
Zimbabweans based in the United Kingdom have continued to stage marches in solidarity with President Emmerson Mnangagwa, and demanding the unconditional removal of illegal sanctions imposed on the country by the West.
Yesterday, more solidarity marches took place near the venue of the United Nations Climate Change Conference, also known as COP26, in Glasgow.
The protesters insist that the removals of hurtful sanctions will allow Zimbabwe to meaningfully play a part in reducing emissions, which are causing global warming, with adverse impacts on global economies.
On Sunday, a solidarity march was held in Edinburgh, Scotland, ahead of the President's arrival as a sign of warmly welcoming him.
The protesters said Zimbabwe was a friendly nation, a development that should be reciprocated through the removal of the illegal sanctions that were also condemned by UN Rapportuer, Professor Alena Douhan recently.
African Forum Scotland chairman for the SADC region, Mr Marshal Gore said his organisation the special invitation extended to President Mnangagwa was an excellent testimony to the success of the New Dispensation and the progress the Zimbabwe government has made under its engagement and reengagement agenda.