Zimbabwean Minister for Industry and Commerce, Mike Bimha, and Minister of Land, Agriculture and Rural Resettlement, Perrance Shiri, signed the respective documents.
Lavrov explained that professionals from both countries will review the letter of the memoranda to make them effective and expressed confidence in the early completion of that process.
According to official information, the Russian foreign minister conveyed to President Emmerson Mnangagwa Moscow’s desire to invest in the diamond sector in this country.
Other issues addressed by Lavrov and Foreign Minister Moyo were linked to the strengthening of Russia’s relations with the African Union, the Southern African Development Community and other subregional organizations, according to official sources.
The Russian minister left today for Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, on the last stop of a tour that included Zimbabwe, Angola, Namibia and Mozambique.