Zambian President Edgar Lungu has arrived in India for a three-day state visit, according to a release on Tuesday.
Lungu arrived in the Indian capital of New Delhi in the early hours of Tuesday at the invitation of his counterpart Ram Nath Kovind, according to the release from the Zambian embassy in India.
While in India, the Zambian leader is expected to hold talks with Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi, as well as address the India-Zambia Business Forum, among others.
The two countries are expected to sign various memorandum of understanding aimed at enhancing further bilateral cooperation in various fields.
The two leaders are expected to witness the signing of agreements on foreign service, health and cooperation in the field of arts and culture.
Others will be cooperation in the field of agriculture, geology and mineral resources.
This is the reciprocal follows the Indian president’s visit to Zambia in April 2019. Enditem