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Belarus President Alexander Lukashenko has arrived in Zimbabwe for a historic three-day State visit, his first such visit to a sub-Saharan country.

The much-anticipated visit is expected to culminate in the signing of various trade and investment agreements.

The visit is aimed at deepening bilateral relations between the two countries. President Lukashenko and President Mnangagwa are expected to launch the Second Phase of the Zimbabwe-Belarus Agricultural Mechanisation Programme.

In 2019, President Mnangagwa visited Belarus where the two countries signed a Memorandum of Understanding establishing a Joint Permanent Commission on Cooperation.

During that visit, commitments were made to strengthen co-operation in various sectors that include agriculture, mining, infrastructural development, science and innovation.

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