President Edgar Lungu says he has not officially received a report on the political situation in neighbouring Malawi.
President Lungu who is SADC Chairperson of the Organ for Politics, Peace and Security says he will however contact the Zambian Embassy in Malawi this evening for an update.
He was speaking upon arrival in Lusaka from Zimbabwe where he had gone to attend the African Union Africa Wildlife Economy Summit.
During the last few days there have been protests in Malawi emanating from the recent elections that were held in that country.
Meanwhile, President Lungu has described his visit to Zimbabwe as a success.
Earlier, President Edgar Lungu said that Zambia is expected to learn new ideas on the management of wildlife and human conflict from other countries, from the African Union Summit on wildlife that began today.
Speaking shortly before his departure for Zimbabwe, President Lungu noted that Zambia is further expected to share experiences on best practices in tourism.
President Lungu joined other African Heads of States and experts in Tourism in Victoria Falls Town, Zimbabwe where the two day African Union-African Wildlife Summit is being hosted in that country’s Victoria town.
The summit is an initiative of Former AU Chairperson, Paul Kigame, to forge a new deal with issues of tourism, rural communities and wildlife.