Ambassadors from different countries in a group photo with President Peter Mutharika after they presented their letters of credence on Wednesday at Sanjika Palace, Photo by Arkangel Tembo
By Richard Tiyesi
15 Ambassadors from numerous nations on Thursday presented their letters of credence to the Malawi President Professor Arthur Mutharika at Sanjika Palace in Blantyre.
Speaking to reporters after presenting their letters, the diplomats hailed the president for giving them a green light to visit him.
The diplomats expressed hope that the relationship will continue for the benefit and betterment of the people of their respective countries and Malawi.
Among them were convoys from Ghana, Namibia and Uganda among others.
Other diplomats who presented their letters include Mr Riaz Buhari from Pakistan, Mr Muhamad Abdulgan of Soud Arabia, Mr Cho Jai-Chel from the Republic of Korea, Mr Krysztof Buzalski of Poland and Mrs Sofia Calltop of Sweden.
Canadian Ambassador to Malawi, Antoinie Chevrier expressed his hope for continued cooperation with Malawi in areas such as Agriculture, Health, Climate Change and Gender Equality.
He said his country has made advances in agricultural sector hence the need to share experience with Malawi citizens.
On his part Namibia High Commissioner to Malawi, Leonard Nambaku assured the President on the need to strengthen bilateral relations that has existed between Malawi and Namibia.
He however emphasized that Malawi is a beautiful country therefore needs to invest in areas of trade and education.