The 46th Plenary Assembly Session of SADC Parliamentary Forum has called for urgent action to stop armed insurgents that are destabilizing Mozambique. According to the New Era newspaper the Speaker of Parliament for Zimbabwe moved a motion asking the plenary to condemn the terrorist attacks in Mozambique as they are threatening the country’s security, sovereignty and undermine efforts to consolidate the rule of law and democracy. Angolan member of parliament, Josefina Diakite seconded the motion and added that Mozambique was dealing with a humanitarian crisis and the region could not stand idly by while people were being killed. Government officials in the region have called for immediate collective action by SADC in line with the SADC mutual defence pact, and by the African Union, to counter the terrorist attacks.