©️ THE United States has called on the Zimbabwean government to stop “State-sponsored violence against peaceful protesters, civil society, labour leaders and members of the opposition”.
O’Brien, who is US president Donald Trump’s national security advisor, claimed Zimbabwe, together with China,
“Both America’s and Zimbabwe’s constitutions enshrine the right to free speech and peaceful protest.
“We must forever conduct our struggle on the high plane of dignity and discipline.
However, Moyo yesterday said the Zimbabwean government was astonished by O’Brien’s comments.
“Even in the face of repeated interference in our own internal affairs, Zimbabwe has been unwavering in its support for Article (2) of the United Nations Charter which expressly urges all member states to respect sovereignty, territorial integrity and political independence of other states,” he said.
He said Zimbabwe also expressed its concerns over the “violence and hatred” which have erupted in cities and towns across the US.
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