Three heads of state are expected to visit Zambia next month at the invitation of President Edgar Lungu.
The three Heads of State are President Rajaonarimam Pianina of Madagascar, President Paul Kagame of Rwanda and Ghanaian President Nana Akufo-Addo.
Minister of Foreign Affairs Harry Kalaba disclosed this at a media briefing in Lusaka .
Mr. Kalaba said President Rajaonarimam Pianin- of Madagascar who is also chairperson of COMESA is scheduled to visit Zambia from June 7th to 8th, 2017.
Mr. Kalaba explained that during his visit, possibilities of establishing a joint permanent Commission of Cooperation between Zambia and Madagascar will be explored.
He said the two heads of state will also deliberate on matters of regional importance.
Mr. Kalaba further explained that the Rwandan President Paul Kagame -will vist Zambia from June 18th to 19th, this year.
He said Rwanda has one of the fastest growing economies on the Africa continent and that like Zambia, has made strides in its social-economic development.
And Mr. Kalaba said Ghanaian President Nana Akufo-Addo will undertake his visit from June 26th to 29th and that during his visit, he will officiate at the opening of the 5th Zambia International Trade fair in Ndola.
Mr Kalaba pointed out that that the Zambian Government recognises the importance of enhancing cooperation with other Africa countries in achieving sustainable development.
Meanwhile, Mr.Kalaba has clarified on the 43 positions vacancies that are at the SADC-Secretariate in Gaborone, Botswana.
He said Zambia is not eligible to apply for the six Director potions due to already existing representation at management level and availability of Quarter point.
Mr Kalaba has however encouraged Zambians to apply for other positions saying it is in line with PF Government for Zambians to be placed in regional and international organisations for the benefit of the country.