United States Secretary of State Hillary Clinton Saturday met United Party for National Development (UNPD) President Hakainde Hichilema in Lusaka to discuss various issued in the nation.
According to UPND spokesperson Charles Kakoma, Clinton and Hichilema had fruitful discussions pertaining to the need for free and fair elections, the Independent Electoral Commission, Parallel Voter Tabulation System, Voters verification exercise, peace and non-violence during elections and the constitution making process.
He said the talks were held at the US Embassy in Lusaka.
Clinton was accompanied by her Assistant Secretary of State for African Affairs John Calsson, and US Ambassador to Zambia Mark Storella.
Hichilema was accompanied by Zambezi West Member of Parliament Charles Kakoma and Monze Central Jack Mwiimbu.
He said The UPND thanked Clinton for identifying and holding talks with its leader, Hakainde Hichilema.