The veteran leader said that walking out of the agreement as a result of the Western sanctions imposed on himself and members of his Zanu-PF party would be “stupid”.
“We won’t breach the agreement because of that,” Mugabe told the Herald newspaper. “I mean, from our point of view, it would be stupid for us to do so,” he said.
On Tuesday, the EU extended the targeted sanctions on Mugabe and his inner circle for another year, citing lack of progress in the power sharing government.
Formed a year ago, the work of the new government has been hindered by disagreements over the appointment of key officials.
The country is in the process of rebuilding itself, ifollowing a decade of political turmoil which crippled the economy and infrastructure. AFP