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Trump tells Zim: Reform or No Talks 6/9/17

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Trump tells Zim: Reform or No Talks 6/9/17

Post  Ssmith on Fri Jun 09, 2017 3:27 pm

Why would the US send Zimbabwe any money?  After all, the gurus have repeatedly told us that it's the richest country on the face of the earth (or at least right up there with Iraq). 

AdminBill has assured us that the RV is only a nose hair away and Zim will go first.  Surely there has to be a spare Zim note or two laying around somewhere the country can cash out.  This seems to be a colossal waste of time by the US.

Trump tells Zim: Reform or no talks

Bridget Mananavire 7 June 2017

HARARE – United States President Donald Trump’s administration is ready to have “meaningful” dialogue with the Zimbabwean government once it is satisfied there is political and economic transformation, a top official said yesterday.

“The relationship with the Zimbabwean government is part of the reason why I am here.

“We are not trying to vet specific individuals from Zimbabwe but we are looking to the Zimbabwean leadership and then the Zimbabwe government to make political and economic changes so that we can more robustly engage the country,” said United States’ Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for African Affairs, Carol Thompson O’Connell.

She said this after completing the tour of New Start Centre which was funded by the US President’s Emergency Plan for Aids Relief (Pepfar) – an HIV benefit programme that supports government’s efforts to mitigate the effects of HIV/Aids pandemic.

O’Connell is the first top Trump administration’s official to visit Zimbabwe since he was elected into office last year.

Pepfar is pledging almost $150 million next year that will be used to test 2,5 million people and support treatment for over 200 000 people as well as cover Voluntary Medical Male Circumcision Determined, Resilient, Empowered, Aids-free, Mentored, and Safe (Dreams) programme.

Later, O’Connell met Finance minister Patrick Chinamasa who said government was committed to implement reforms.

“We discussed the re-engagement issue, we discussed the sanctions issue, we discussed American assistance in the health and educational sector, we gave them and briefed them on our economic agenda and the progress that we are making on that front,” Chinamasa told journalists after the meeting.


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Post  Scotchie on Fri Jun 09, 2017 3:44 pm

I can picture it.  There is an old lady two blocks down from the Presidential palace selling souvenirs to the tourists.  Her biggest seller is the old 100 Trillion Zimbabwe dollar, which she is selling for $10 American each.  A tremendous profit, which allows this lady to live a decent lifestyle compared to many others.  She decided not to trade in her 100 Trillion notes for less than $1 American each when she had the chance - up to mid 2015.  The tourists are happy to pick up a cheap souvenir to bring home to the kiddies.  After all, if you lose any Monopoly money, you can use the zim in its place.  Yes, that is where the old zim, printed on bond paper, is these days.  A novelty, a worthless piece of paper.

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Re: Trump tells Zim: Reform or No Talks 6/9/17

Post  Harold4187 on Fri Jun 09, 2017 8:04 pm

I agree with you scotchie

Admim bill is a first class idiot.

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