Dr. Salim's meeting with the British Foreign Secretary focused on the peace talks in Zimbabwe Rhodesia in London.
President (SAS): I thank you for having found time to come and see me. I know how busy you are since you left the Constitutional Talks in progress in London and I am sure you want to go back in time...
Lord Carrington: Yes, I should be departing soon after making a statement in the Plenary.
President (SAS): How are the Constitutional Talks going?
Lord Carrington: The Talks have managed to generate a momentum. As you know the British Government has presented the parties to the Talks with a constitution. The Bishop has in principle accepted this constitution. The Patriotic Front is rather unhappy about the "white seats" and of course they would prefer a "Presidential Constitution." The history of Zimbabwe is such that one has to make a judgement on what the Bishop wants and what the Patriotic Front wants.