Zimbabwe’s Foreign Policy Objectives are underpinned in its iconic and arduous liberation struggle for emancipation and entails the following:

·         Safeguarding the country’s sovereignty and territorial integrity

·         The protection of its prestige and  image in pursuit of policies that promote social justice for all

·         A commitment to achieve equitable standards of living for all Zimbabweans

·         Pursuit of anti-imperialism and anti-colonialism guidelines

·         The creation and maintenance of an international environment conducive to peace and security to ensure the attainment of local development goals

·         To place Zimbabwe as a leading African economy that emphasizes the key role of global investment and trade in improving the well-being of Zimbabweans.


1. To implement Zimbabwe's foreign policy as pronounced by H.E. the President; 

2. Promote Zimbabwe's economic, political, social and cultural interests;

3. Protect the interests and safety of Zimbabwean nationals abroad;

4. Ensure compliance with Continental and Regional Treaties, Agreements and protocols;

5. Maintain communication with Zimbabwe's Diplomatic Missions abroad as well as those Foreign Missions based in Harare;

6. Provide timeous advice on foreign policy matters and implement policies in line with regional and continental integration;

7. Conduct negotiation of agreements governing political, economic, social and cultural relations with other countries;

8. Facilitate the issuance of all official documents such as ordinary, service and diplomatic passports, Temporary Travel Documents, Police Clearance, Birth Certificates, and IDs;

9. Facilitate deportation of foreign illegal immigrants;

10. Offer Consular Services to all Zimbabweans as well as Missions abroad and in Harare;

11. Provide timeous and quality protocol and conferencing services to the Government and the Diplomatic Corps;