Sharing of intelligence between Malawi and Zambia has been singled out as crucial for informing state leaderships on matters of international cooperation.
President Dr. Lazarus Chakwera told journalists at Kamuzu International Airport a while ago on his arrival that his first state visit to the Republic of Zambia has been fruitful.
He explaimed that the two countries will share all manner of intelligence in economics, labour and other areas for the benefit of citizens.
Dr. Chakwera also highlighted that human trafficking will be dealt with by finding common solutions and approaches.
On his impeding address to the United Nations General Assembly, Dr. Chakwera revealed that he will emphasize on reforms, innovation and corperation in the face of global and regional challenges such as Covid-19.