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Zimbabwe’s Foreign Minister Summons U.S. Ambassador to Explain O’Brien’s Comments

Zimbabwe Foreign Affairs Minister Sibusiso Busi Moyo (right) speaking with U.S. Ambassador Brian Nichols (left). Photo via @MinisterSBMoyo.

Zimbabwe’s Foreign Affairs Minister Sibusiso Busi Moyo was not amused by U.S. National Security Council Robert O’Brien’s accusation that Harare, together with China, is a “foreign adversary” of the United States and working to stoke discord amid the ongoing protests there. 

The foreign minister summoned U.S. Ambassador Brian Nichols for an explanation.

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