VISITING Czech Republic deputy minister of Foreign Affairs Martin Talpa says he was impressed by President Hakainde Hichilema’s speech to the European Parliament because it focussed on the future. Meanwhile, Minister of Local Government and Rural Development Gary Nkombo says it is his hope that the visitation would open doors in all areas of human capital development. Speaking during the Czech Solutions for Zambian Health Care Meeting, Wednesday, Talpa said the lesson from President Hichilema’s speech as the European community was to be more active in their relations with Africa. “I was very impressed by the speech of your President in [the] European Parliament last week because he was thinking and talking about the future. And the lesson for us…...

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