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Meet Zimbabwe Ambassaor to Israel who is close to Mossad

26 Sep 2020 at 10:32hrs | Views
I started my relationship with Zimbabwe more than 5 years ago through the leaders of the churches there, as part of my role in the last 20 years, as special adviser to the Church in the Holy Land , churches in Africa and worldwide, a role which I do to this day.

At first, my main goal in Zimbabwe was to further strengthen the spiritual and business relations between Israel and Zimbabwe, in order to realize the enormous potential that exists between the two countries.

I didn't do it to receive any award or appointment .... I did it with true commitment to my role and with much love and respect to the people of Zimbabwe.

During the years, I discovered the wonderful, kind people, honorable people of Zimbabwe, people with strong spirit and  faith, in themselves, in their way, in their country, people with national pride and strong connection to the Christian roots and heritage in the Holy Land.

Being an honorary consul of Zimbabwe in Israel, for me, it is a personal commitment to the president and the government of Zimbabwe, present and future, and to the precious people of Zimbabwe.

It is a responsibility to represent their interests in Israel, in the most respectful way. I am committed to do so.

Zimbabwe today is in one of its challenging times and thus it is an opportunity for us to be part of its spiritual and business tremendous potential, but it requires us to work hard, consistently, with determination and love, and I am ready to do that.

Israel is a technological superpower nation, whose fingerprints are everywhere in the world. Zimbabwe… is a natural treasure.  If we share Israel's knowledge with the people of Zimbabwe and its natural sources, if we work together hand in hand, heart to heart, with true love and concern to each other, be sure we witness  the growth and prosperity of Zimbabwe in the coming years.

As an Israeli Jew, I am proud to stand here today to serve and bless Zimbabwe.

May God bless Israel
May God bless Zimbabwe,
and we shall say amen.



Source - Ronny Levi Musan
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