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His Excellency Brian Bowler presenting his Letter of Credence to His Excellency the Most Honourable Sir Patrick Linton Allen, ON, GCMG, CD, KSt.J, Governor-General of Jamaica, at King´s House in Kingston-Jamaica.

KINGSTON, JAMAICA—The Ambassador of the Republic of Malawi to the Federative Republic of Brazil, His Excellency Brian Bowler, presented his Letter of Credence to His Excellency the Most Honourable Sir Patrick Linton Allen, ON, GCMG, CD, KSt.J, Governor-General of Jamaica, at King´s House in Kingston-Jamaica on Wednesday.

According to a press release made available to the media, Ambassador Bowler conveyed to His Excellency the Most Honourable Sir Patrick Linton Allen, a message of goodwill from the President of the Republic of Malawi, His Excellency Professor Arthur Peter Mutharika, wishing him personal good health and success in the running of the affairs of the state. The Ambassador also extended, on behalf of the Government and people of Malawi, wishes of continued progress, peace and prosperity for the Government and people of Jamaica.

In his remarks, Ambassador Bowler commended the excellent friendly and cordial relations that exist between Malawi and Jamaica and expressed his confidence that he will work hard in ensuring that the excellent and close relationship would deepen and diversify further during his tenure as High Commissioner.

He emphasized with marked optimism that he would exert his effort to expand and deepen the mutual understanding and friendship between the Governments and the peoples of Malawi and Jamaica, enhance mutually-beneficial cooperation, and bring the Malawi-Jamaica relations to a new high.

Ambassador Bowler observed that Jamaica, just like Malawi, was very rich in natural resources, and that it had an abundant skilled and educated labour resource in many areas including, agriculture, education, trade and tourism, which, if properly harnessed, could spur further economic growth.

The Malawi representative further said that it was for this reason that he would, during his tenure, focus and endeavour to learn from Jamaica´s good practices and experiences, particularly in the aforementioned areas; including education, particularly at tertiary level, to foster the transfer of Jamaica´s skills, knowledge, through technical cooperation, exchange visits, study tours and other innovative means in order to contribute towards the strengthening of Malawi´s education, agriculture, trade and tourism sectors, in addition to the other sectors in which Jamaica had a lot to share.

Taking his turn, His Excellency the Most Honourable Sir Patrick Linton Allen, thanked His Excellency President Professor Arthur Peter Mutharika for his continued efforts to strengthen the bilateral relations between the two countries as evidenced by the occasion where Mr Brian Bowler was the first to present Letters of Credence as Malawi’s High Commissioner to Jamaica.

During the occasion, His Excellency the Most Honourable Sir Patrick Linton Allen received Letters of Credence from other countries, including, Botswana, Namibia, Zambia from the SADC region and also from other countries from that region and other parts of the world.

Ambassador Bowler sharing notes with Senator the Hon. Kamina Johnson Smith, Minister of Foreign Affairs & Foreign Trade of Jamaica

Among other engagements, Ambassador Bowler attended a diplomatic briefing by Senator the Hon. Kamina Johnson Smith, Minister of Foreign Affairs & Foreign Trade of Jamaica laying out an overview of Jamaica’s political, social and economic developments in the context of Jamaica’s administration’s vision and development aspirations, aimed at facilitating a better appreciation of what the countries of accreditation can do together to promote national and international pursuits.

The Malawi Mission to the Federative Republic of Brazil is accredited to the countries in Latin America including: Anguilla, Antigua and Barbuda, Argentina, Aruba, Barbados, Belize, Bolivia, Cayman Islands, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Cuba, Dominica, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, El Salvador, Grenada, Guatemala, Haiti, Honduras, Jamaica, Nicaragua, Panama, Paraguay, Peru, St. Kitts And Nevis, St Lucia, St Vincent and the Grenadines, Trinidad and Tobago, Uruguay, Venezuela and all the other Caribbean Islands.

 

 

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  1. very visionary Ambassador. help your poor kids in Malawi get the education you are talking about. hope this is no lip service otherwise bravo

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