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High Commissioner from Botswana HE Kenny Kainga presents his Letter of Credence to HE Peter Mutharika. Photo: Nyasa Times. High Commissioner from Botswana HE Kenny Kainga presents his Letter of Credence to HE Peter Mutharika. Photo: Nyasa Times.

Six new Ambassadors to Malawi present Letter of Credence to President Mutharika

Last updated: 30.11.2015 // Last Wednesday, six Ambassadors, Envoys and High Commissioners presented their letters of credence to President of Malawi Peter Mutharika, who granted them diplomatic accreditation. Norwegian Ambassador to Malawi Kikkan Haugen wishes the newly appointed Ambassadors all the best in their cooperation with Malawi.

The Letter of Credence ceremony is where the Head of State of the host country grants diplomatic accreditation to a newly appointed Ambassador. This Wednesday, six new diplomats presented their credentials to President Peter Mutharika. They were granted non-residential accreditation as they all are stationed in nearby countries, primarily Harare, Zimbabwe.

The following present their Letters of Credence:

  • Australia – HE MSuzanne McCourt
  • Botswana – HE Kenny Kainga
  • The Kingdom of Netherlands – HE Gera Sneller
  • Pakistan – HE Asaf Khan
  • South Sudan – HE Gabriel Gai Riak Makol
  • Spain – HE Alicia Moral Revilla

Norwegian Ambassador to Malawi Kikkan Haugen welcomes the newly appointed Ambassadors, and wishes them all the best in their cooperation with Malawi!

While these are stationed outside Malawi, there are 11 Embassies, seven High Commissions and one delegation (European Union) stationed in Lilongwe. See a list of all here.

You can also find news stories Botswana’s commitment to Malawi here, and Spain’s interests in Malawi here (both articles in Nyasa Times).


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