President Edgar Lungu has returned back home and described his European trip which took him to the Vatican and France as a success.
Speaking to journalists upon arrival at Kenneth Kaunda international airport this afternoon, President Lungu said his visits to the Vatican and France focused on bilateral relations.
He explains that the bilateral agreements were mainly in areas of peace and security as well as economic.
President Lungu says Zambia has been quiet on the economic front, but that it is time the country upped its contacts and ensures it benefits from international relations.
President Lungu was welcomed by Vice President Inonge Wina, Defence Chiefs, Higher Education Minister Michael Kaingu, Patriotic Front Secretary General Davies Chama and party officials.