President Chakwera explains the reason for his visit to Botswana

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Malawian President Dr Lazarus Chakwera, who has arrived in Botswana for an extraordinary SADC Trioka summit, told Makawian journalists before departure that the visit to Botswana was an ipportunity to look into security matters within the regional grouping.

"We have this emergency meeting where are going to discuss this insurgency in Mozambique," the President said.

Northern Mozambique has been under terrorist attacks since last year.

He said Malawi was a contributing country to peace keeping in the DRC. "I am an incoming Chair of SADC and therefore I need to participate," the Malawi leader added.

This is his SADC meeting to attend.

Botswana Minister for Presidential Kabo Sechele Morwaeng and Malawi's Foreign Affairs Minister Eisenhower Mkaka, were among top officials who welcomed the Malawi leader on arrival in Botswana.

Chakwera returns home Friday afternoon. - Report by Mphatso Nkuonera, MANA in Lilongwe, and Blessings Kanache in Gaborobe, MBC Online Services.
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