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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

MALAWI ATTENDS THE 31ST AFRICAN UNION SUMMIT

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Malawi is attending the 31st Ordinary Session of the Assembly of Heads of State & Government of the African Union (AU) which is underway in Nouakchott, the Islamic Republic of Mauritania.
The 36th Ordinary Session of the Permanent Representatives' Committee (PRC) which began on Monday 25th June and runs up to the 26th June, 2018 has marked the start of the Summit and will be followed by the 33rd Ordinary Session of the Executive Council which will run from 28th-29th June, 2018; while the 31st Ordinary Session of the Assembly of the Heads of State and Government of the African Union will run from 1st - 2nd July, 2018.
Opening the session of the PRC, the Permanent Secretary of the Mauritanian Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Cooperation, Ahmed Mahmoud Ould Soueid'Ahmed, said the challenges facing Africa "require joint efforts, energies and capacity building, to achieve the noble goals set by the founding fathers of the union."
"The sacrifices of these founding fathers compel us to continue the path they have cleared for Africans,"
Pointing out that in recent years, there have been several important milestones, including the advent of the African Continental Free-Trade Area and the Institutional Reform of the AU with a view to achieving sustainable and effective means for funding the African Union.
The Chairperson of the 36th Session of the PRC, Hope Tumukunde, who is Rwanda's Ambassador and Permanent Representative to the AU, hailed the decision of the Heads of State and Government to dedicate the Nouakchott Summit to the fight against corruption, as a sustainable pathway to Africa's transformation.
The PRC two-day agenda includes: the review of a number of reports, including that of the joint meeting of the Sub-Committees on Programs and Conferences and the overall supervision of the budget and financial and administrative affairs.
The Committee has already considered other reports as follows:
• The African Court on Human and Peoples Rights;
• The African Union Advisory Board on Corruption;
• The African Union Commission on International Law; and
• The African Committee of Experts on The Rights and Welfare of the Child;
On child rights, the Malawi delegation to the PRC confirmed Malawi Government's committment towards full protection of children rights more so considering the youth constitute the majority of the Malawi population.
The delegation informed that the high court of the Republic of Malawi has invalidated the definition section of Child Care Protection and Justice Act which defined a child as any person under the age of 16 years. The court has held that a child is any person under the age of 18 years.
• The Pan African Parliament
On the Pan African Parliament, the Malawi delegation sought clarification on the dismissal of a Malawian citizen, Mr. Vipya Harawa who worked as Clerk of Parliament of the Pan African Parliament.
In addition, the delegation joined other delegations in calling for full accountability and value for funds contributed by Member States and partners to the African Union.
The 31st African Union Summit is being held under the theme, "Winning the Fight Against Corruption: A Sustainable Path to Africa's Transformation".
Apart from reaffirming Africas commitment to tackling corruption, Heads of State and Government are expected to adopt the Annexes to the Africa Continental Free Trade Area, (AfCFTA) Agreement which was signed on March 21, 2018 in Kigali.

AFRICA DAY

25th May is Africa Day. A celebration of the founding in 1963 of the Organization of African Unity, now known as the African Union. It's a day to celebrate the growth of the African continent and the diversity of our people.
Malawi officially commemorated this historical day at BICC. The commemoration was graced by the diplomatic community resident in Malawi and Dr. Emmanuel Fabiano M.P, Minister of Foreign Affairs and International cooperation was the guest of honor.
The day was filled with African music which was played by famous Dj'z and musical performance by Sinach and Lulu, poetry, traditional dance performances from Malawi, DRC, Rwanda, Burundi and a variety of African cuisines.

14 ENVOYS START THEIR DIPLOMATIC MISSION WITH MALAWI

 

Ambassadors from 14 countries have marked the beginning of their diplomatic Mission with Malawi after presenting their letters of credence to His Excellency Prof. Arthur Peter Mutharika, President of the Republic of Malawi.
President Prof. Arthur Peter Mutharika received the letters of credence at a ceremony that took place at Sanjika Palace in Blantyre, strengthening Malawi bilateral relations with 14 countries.

The new envoys are from Canada, Australia, France, Sweden, Netherlands, Poland, Namibia, Ghana, Uganda, Pakistan, Saudi Arabia, Algeria, Philippines and South Korea.

President Mutharika, welcomed the envoys and assured them of his Governments total commitment and support in taking the cooperation between Malawi and their respective countries to another level.
Speaking after presenting the letters, the new envoys pledged their countries commitment to support Malawi's economic growth and to work with Malawi in areas of mining tourism, trade and investment, agriculture health and education among others.

Malawi treasures its bilateral partnerships with other countries and has 19 embassies and 3 consulates abroad and 20 Diplomatic missions resident in the country.

Location and Contacts

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

                Malawi

Tel: +265 1 789 088/789 115
Fax: +265 1 788 482/789 112

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