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Presentation of Letters of Credence
His Excellency Mr. Richard Boidin, ambassador of France to Malawi, presenting his letters of credence to His Excellency Prof. Arthur Peter Mutharika, President of the Republic of Malawi.
Presentation of Letters of Credence
His Excellency Mr. Riaz Hussain Bukhari, Ambassador of Pakistan to Malawi, presenting his letters of credence to His Excellency Prof. Arthur Peter Mutharika, President of the Republic of Malawi.
Presentation of Letters of Credence
His Excellency Mr. Krysztof Buzalski ambassador of Poland to Malawi, presenting his letters of credence to His Excellency Prof. Arthur Peter Mutharika, President of the Republic of Malawi.
Presentation of Letters of Credence
Her Excellency Mrs. Sofia Calltorp Ambassador of Sweden to Malawi presenting her letters of credence to His Excellency Prof. Arthur Peter Mutharika, President of the Republic of Malawi.
Presentation of Letters of Credence
Ambassador of South Korea to Malawi, His Excellency Mr. Cho Jai - Chel presenting his letters of credence to His Excellency Prof. Arthur Peter Mutharika, President of the Republic of Malawi.
Presentation of Letters of Credence
His Excellency Mr. Antoine Chevrie, Ambassador of Canada to Malawi presenting his letters of credence to HE Prof. Arthur Peter Mutharika, President of the Republic of Malawi at Sanjika Palace
Presentation of Letters of Credence
Ambassador of Ghana to Malawi, Ms. Magaret Ekua Prah presenting letters of credence to His Excellency Prof. Arthur Peter Mutharika, President of the Republic of Malawi at Sanjika Palace.
Presentation of Letters of Credence
Ambassador of The Philippines to Malawi His Excellency Mr. Uriel Norman Garibay, presenting his letters of credence to His Excellency Prof. Arthur Peter Mutharika, President of the Republic of Malawi
Presentation of Letters of Credence
Her Excellency Mrs. Barbara Maria Van Hellemond, Ambassador of Netherlands, to Malawi, presenting her letters of credence to His Excellency Prof. Arthur Peter Mutharika, President of the Republic of Malawi.
Presentation of Letters of Credence
Ambassador of Uganda to Malawi His Excellency Mr. Richard Kabonero presenting his letters of credence to His Excellency Prof. Arthur Peter Mutharika, President of the Republic of Malawi.
Presentation of Letters of Credence
His Excellency Mr. Mohammed Abdulgani Mohammed Khayat, Ambassador of Saudi Arabia to Malawi, presenting his letters of credence to His Excellency Prof. Arthur Peter Mutharika, President of the Republic of Malawi.
Presentation of Letters of Credence
His Excellency Mr. Tayeb Medkouk ambassador of Algeria to Malawi presenting his letters of credence to His Excellency Prof. Arthur Peter Mutharika, President of the Republic of Malawi.
Presentation of Letters of Credence
Ambassador of Australia to Malawi, Ms. Bronte Nadine Moules presenting her letters of credence to His Excellency Prof. Arthur Peter Mutharika, President of the Republic of Malawi at Sanjika Palace.
Presentation of Letters of Credence
His Excellency Mr. Leornard Nambahu, Ambassador of Namibia to Malawi, presenting his letters of credence to His Excellency Prof. Arthur Peter Mutharika, President of the Republic of Malawi.
African Continental Free Trade Area (AfCFTA)
Consultation between the Champion of the African Continental Free Trade Area (AfCFTA) and Heads of Delegations of G7 countries from Ethiopia, Zambia, Sudan, Madagascar and Malawi. Honourable Dr. Emmanuel Fabiano, MP, Minister of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation represented His Excellency President Professor Arthur Peter Mutharika at the high-level consultative meeting
Visa exemption
Hon Dr. Emmanuel Fabiano M.P., Minister of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation, today signed three agreements with his counterpart Minister of Morocco. The agreements are on Visa exemption for holders of diplomatic and service passports, Education training programs and learning visits and MoU on cooperation in the field of tourism

REGIONAL INTERGRATION RELEVANT FOR MALAWI'S DEVELOPMENT

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The Minister of Foreign Affairs and International cooperation, Hon. Dr. Emmanuel Fabiano says Regional Intergration is one of the building blocks of development and can transform the economy of Malawi if embraced fully.
"Regional Integration implies the removal of barriers to trade and movement of people within the African Region, thus benefiting the economy and increasing the well-being of Malawian citizens and the rest of the member states", said Hon. Fabiano. He added that trade between members has arguably been the single most important factor contributing to the creation of jobs and increasing the standards of living in the African Region.
Dr. Fabiano was speaking after the opening of the 33rd Ordinary Session of the African Union's Executive Council on 28th June, 2018, in Nouakchott, Mauritania, in preparation for the Assembly of Heads of State and Government meeting on 1st to 2nd July, 2018.
The African Union Executive Council session was opened by the Chairperson of the African Union Commission (AUC) Mr. Moussa Faki Mahamat. In his remarks, he emphasized that African countries should make it easy for Africans to travel in their continent by removing visa restrictions and have a Visa free Africa.
The chairperson also commented on the theme of the Summit, which is "Combating Corruption, a Sustainable Path to Africa's Transformation ", saying 60% of all public contracts in Africa were affected by corruption and that this scourge needed to be dealt with decisively Africa were to develop.
He added that, in order to make the operationalization towards the Africa Continental Free Trade (AfCFTA), successful, it is important to ensure that there is less transboundary corruption within Africa.
The importance of regional integration is being felt across the continent, as evidenced by African leaders now calling for the
Continental Free Trade Area among other issues. If taken advantage of, Malawi will be among the countries in the continent that will fully reap the benefits of regional integration.

Location and Contacts

Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation
P.O. Box 30315
                Capital City,  Lilongwe 3

                Malawi

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