Palestine expects increased cooperation with Zimbabwe

By ZBC Reporter
PALESTINE says it is anticipating increased cooperation with Zimbabwe after notable gains in political, social and economic relations.
This was said by outgoing Palestinian ambassador to Zimbabwe Her Excellency, Mrs Tagrid Senouar when she bade farewell to President Emmerson Mnangagwa in Harare this Tuesday.
Outgoing Palestinian ambassador to Zimbabwe Her Excellency Mrs Tagrid Senouar bade farewell to President Emmerson Mnangagwa at his Munhumutapa offices this Tuesday.
Speaking after the meeting, Mrs Senour described her mission in Zimbabwe as an opportunity for strengthening ties between the two countries.
“I come to the end of the tour of duty after serving for four years,” said Mrs Senouar.
“I was privileged to serve my country. We enjoyed excellent relations that date back to the freedom fighting era and the liberation movement era.
“Unfortunately, Palestine is still under occupation, but I learnt a lot from the Zimbabwean people and colleagues and my counterparts in Zimbabwe.
“I am confident that this relationship will remain and will continue to be deepened.
“As Ambassador of Palestine, I have always valued the support of Zimbabwe because you have always been supportive of international law and legitimacy when it concerns the rights of people, especially the Palestinian people. We will carry on with our relations and will take them to a higher level.”
Zimbabwe continues to stand in solidarity with the Palestinians, in the wake of continued aggression by Israel in violation of a United Nations Security Council resolution recognising it as an independent state.