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Foreign Affairs Minister Walter Mzembi said the decision will not affect Mugabe, who will continue to work to raise awareness on NCDs.WHO Director General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, however, said in a statement on Sunday that he had listened to those expressing concerns and heard the different issues they had raised.We respect the WHO decision as much as we respect the initial decision to honor our president, Mzembi said.Mugabe and his wife remain under European Union and United States sanctions imposed Auto Gas Springs Store in the early 2000s for political reasons, though several of Mugabes allies in government and party have been removed from the EU sanctions lists.WHO announced last Friday that it had bestowed the honour of goodwill ambassador on Mugabe in recognition of his governments efforts in fighting NCDs.{inline_image}Harare, Oct 23 (IANS) The World Health Organisation (WHO) said it had withdrawn the appointment of Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe as the goodwill ambassador for non-communicable diseases (NCDs) in Africa.Meanwhile, the Zimbabwean government said Mugabe had accepted the decision by WHO.IANSahm/Post Source: Ians feed.The minister added that the decision was a loss to WHO rather than an embarrassment to Mugabe.And after consultations with the Zimbabwean government, he said they concluded that the rescinding decision was in the best interest of the UN agency