Ambassador Shemsedin presents credential to Malawi’s new President
Addis Ababa, July 27 (WIC) - Ethiopian Ambassador to Malawi, Shemsedin Ahmed presented his letter of credence to Malawi’s new President Joyce Banda, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs said.
Spokesperson's office of the Ministry told ENA here on Thursday that the Ambassador Shemsedin and the President discussed on ways to further enhance relation between Ethiopia and Malawi.
The two sides reached agreement on ways to further strengthen cooperation in different forums including in the African Union, COMESA and the UN.
They also discussed on the benefits of Malawi from Ethiopian's launching of direct flight to Lilongwe, Malawi.
President Banda on the occasion said Malawi is desirous to share experiences with Ethiopia, which is one of the few countries in Africa that registered development within short period.
The President stressed the need for the two countries to further strengthen the relation in trade, investment and tourism sectors
Malawi will work in collaboration with Ethiopia in the efforts to stop illegal human trafficking, the president said. Ethiopia and Malawi began diplomatic relation in 1964.
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