On November 26 Prince Harry arrived to the international airport Kenneth Kaunda where he was greeted by Lusaka Mayor Miles Sampa, Lusaka Province Minister Bowman Lusambo and Minister of Foreign Affairs Joseph Malanji. Prince Harry arrived to Zambia alone, without the pregnant wife. He will stay in Zambia for about two days, and then he plans to continue the African trip.
At a meeting with Harry the president Lungu noted that the most important thing that the relationship of Britain and Zambia is based on is a general outlook on a control system and law. Also, he noticed that he personally and all people of Zambia think of the membership in Commonwealth family with all sincerity.
The president thanked Great Britain for the help it has been rendering to Zambia for many years and wise advice the country leaders willingly take to preserve and develop a democracy.
In turn, prince Harry said that for him it is a great honor to visit Zambia within the Africa tour. Harry noted that he would like to create the most comfortable conditions for youth in Zambia, by implementing special programs to help young people in job search and bring investment to this sphere.
Within a two-day visit of Zambia the prince also has to personally meet the president Edgar Lungu to talk about celebrations of the country’s anniversary. Its program also includes a visit of Burma Barracks in Lusaka where the meeting with the country’s World War veterans will take place.
According to Fergus Cochrane-Dyet, British High Commissioner to Zambia, The Duke of Sussex is very interested in developing the relations with the African countries therefore all people of Zambia hope that his visit will bring only positive results.