President Biden Names Nominee For Zimbabwe Ambassadorship
United States President, Joe Biden has named his nominees for ambassadorship roles in Zimbabwe, Nigeria, Rwanda, and Niger.
The U.S. foreign relations committee held confirmation hearings for Biden’s ambassadorship nominees to the four African countries on Wednesday.
According to News24, ambassador-designate to Zimbabwe, Pamela Tremont, has 30 years of experience in foreign services.
Tremont said she will actively work to support the democratic aspirations of Zimbabweans. She said:
If confirmed, I will actively work to support the democratic aspirations of those advocating for Zimbabweans’ constitutional rights, and I will seek partnerships with all those in Zimbabwe who are doing the same.
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Meanwhile, US Deputy Assistant Secretary in the Bureau of African Affairs, Robert Scott, was in Zimbabwe and had engagements with the government about the upcoming general elections.
Speaking after meeting Foreign Affairs Minister Frederick Shava in Harare, Scott said they all agreed on the need for non-violence during the upcoming elections.
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