- Zambia’s President Hakainde Hichilema asked United Nations Secretary-General Antonio Guterres to help push for the conclusion of talks over the southern African nation’s debt restructuring.
- Zambia is in discussions to rework $12.8 billion of external loans under the G-20 common framework after the southern African nation became the continent’s first pandemic-era sovereign defaulter in November 2020.
Economy — Debt Restructuring — Debt — Economics — G-20 — Sovereign Default
Zambia Asks UN’s Guterres to Assist in Debt Restructuring Talks
Zambia's President asked UN Secretary-General to help in debt restructuring talks. Zambia is in discussions to rework $12.8 billion of external loans under G-20 framework.