Indian Vice President Muppavarapu Venkaihah Naidu is visiting Zimbabwe this week during which a number of Memoranda of Understanding are expected to be signed in various sectors.
The Indian Embassy’s Secretary for Economic Relations, Mr Tirumurti Tirumurti, confirmed the visit, the first by a high-ranking Indian official to Zimbabwe in 21 years.
The last high-ranking official from India to visit Zimbabwe was then Prime Minister H. D. Deve Gowda in 1996.
“Several MoUs, including in areas of mining, power and culture, are expected to be signed during the visit,” said Mr Tirumurti. — The Herald.