Britain’s Prince Harry on Monday arrived in Zambia for a two-day state visit.

The prince arrived at the Kenneth Kaunda International Airport in Lusaka, the Zambian capital, on Monday afternoon.

He later paid a courtesy call on President Edgar Lungu where the two held bilateral talks.

Amos Chanda, presidential spokesperson, told reporters that the two discussed issues of mutual interest between the two countries.

The Zambian leader, according to the spokesperson, pledged his government’s commitment to upholding human rights, the rule of law and good governance.

Zambia, he said, will continue fostering cooperation with Britain because the two nations share a lot in common and that his government cherishes British investments into the southern African nation which have resulted in the establishment of a British chamber of commerce.

On his part, the prince called on Commonwealth countries to put the interest of young people first by empowering them.

The Commonwealth, Prince Harry said, is a family of nations with many young people making a positive impact in their communities. Enditem

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