President Globetrotting President Emmerson Mnangagwa is an indication of despair, said the opposition MDC.
This happened when Mnangagwa this week traveled to Conakry, Guinea for a two-day State visit intended to consolidate African support for Zimbabwe's re-engagement agenda.
National MDC Chair Morgan Komichi said the president should not seek solutions abroad but go home and identify the right people who can help.
Komichi added that with globetrotting Mnangagwa was trying to get international recognition that he was not given because he was illegitimate.
"The globetrotting is an indication of despair. He is only looking for solutions to resolve the situation.
"The legitimacy crisis began with fraudulent elections that failed to gain international recognition which was a fundamental step for him to get a solution to the economic crisis.
"In globetrotting he tries to involve the international community but they don't want to work with someone who has legitimacy problems."
However, Deputy Information Minister Energi Mutodi said the opposition party was not in a position to decide which visit would benefit the country or not.
He said Mnangagwa was obliged to respond to other presidential calls that were in line with the country's business whether they added value or not.
He noted that the government is determined to work to ensure that things get better in this country because they have also launched the Transitional Stabilization Program.
"How those on the opposition say which visits are profitable and which are not favorable for the country.
"The president responded to bilateral calls by other heads of state to discuss business and it must be subject to the possibility of whether or not bilateral talks will add value to us.
"That's how it is," Mutodi said.