The government of Zimbabwe, which is now a coalition is hoping to reestablish it's relationship with the West after years of being out on it's own.
A one hundred day plan has been drawn up. This happened as ministers spent three days in a meeting which was held in Victoria Falls. The ban on overseas journalists is set to go and human rights to be reintroduced,
Some attending the meeting think there is some doubt that these goals can be reached in such a limited length of time.
In the meeting, five priorities were drawn up. As well as the reintroduction of human rights, security problems are to be looked at, the economy is to be made more steady,, the infrastructure is to be rebuilt and the country is to begin to speak with other countries.
It is, at last,some good news for the country and it's people. All that remains now is for the plan to be put into action.
Speaking of the meeting Patrick Chinamasa, the justice minister said:
"We have committed ourselves to normalising relations between Zimbabwe and those countries which disengaged their relationship and this is primarily the EU, the United Kingdom, the United States and the white Commonwealth countries,"
"So we have now said that we are going to re-engage them. A core team of ministers has been set up to expiate the re-engagement."
Eric Matinenga from the MDC said this:
"We are already starting to engage the various groups and the population to make sure that the constitution is acceptable to the people of Zimbabwe,"