President Koroma chairs the Africa Union Committee of 10 tasked to push the AU position on UN Security Council reforms.
Speaking to journalists after meeting President Mugabe at State House in Harare yesterday, Dr Koroma said the two discussed bilateral issues.
"We had fruitful discussions on issues bordering on bilateral relations between Sierra Leone and Zimbabwe," said President Koroma.
"We also discussed issues on the ongoing UN Security Council reform in which Africa has presented a position. We discussed how we can advance Africa's cause and the Africa position in the UN reform."
President Koroma added that on bilateral issues, the deliberations were centered mainly on strengthening the collaboration going on between the two nations on areas of technical support and the agricultural sector.
President Mugabe said he exchanged notes with his counterpart on bilateral co-operation and United Nations reforms. "It has been those two areas of cooperation between our two countries," he said. "It was about the United Nations and the reforms he seeks to effect as regards to security position. He would want to see our Ezulwini Consensus coming to fruition."