Zambia will this week hosting the summit of Heads of State and Foreign Ministers of the committee on the United Nations Security Council reforms.
Foreign Affairs Minister Harry Kalaba says President Edgar Lungu will receive Heads of States and their delegation to attend the one day meeting.Mr. Kalaba said the summit that will take place in Livingstone from May 7 to 9, will look at calls for the United Nation’s Security Council to under go both process and expansion reforms.
He said Africa’s call for inclusion on the Security Council will be tackled as it is the only continent excluded from the permanent category of the Security Council.
Mr. Kalaba announced this at a media briefing in Lusaka.
The countries that will attend the summit are Namibia, Kenya, Uganda, Algeria , Libya, Senegal, Siera Leon, Equatorial Guinea , Congo and host Zambia.