Zimbabwe will never fall, says Mugabe

2013-09-12 10:51

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Cape Town - President Robert Mugabe has expressed confidence that Zimbabwe will not be destroyed by Western sanctions, saying the country will rely on its natural resources and friendly countries for survival.

Speaking at a press conference after the swearing in of his new cabinet in Harare, the veteran leader acknowledged the impact of the sanctions on the country's economy, but said Zimbabwe will never fall, xinhuanet.com reported on Thursday. 

Mugabe said the country would find ways to make progress.

Zimbabwe has remained under Western sanctions for more than a decade.

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