Gambian ambassador presents letters of credence to Tunisian president

Friday, June 01, 2018

The ambassador of the Republic of The Gambia to Morocco also overseeing Tunisia, His Excellency Alhassan T. Jammeh, on May 24, 2018, presented his letters of credence to the president of the Republic of Tunisia, His Excellency Beji Cai’d Essebsi at the Presidential Palace in Tunis.

Ambassador Jammeh extended best wishes on behalf of the president, H.E. Adama Barrow, the government and people of The Gambia to President Cai’d Essebsi. He used the opportunity to inform the Tunisian president of Gambia government’s transformative agenda for development: fixing the perennial energy problem, the agricultural sector reform as well as the broken economy that had negative impact on human capital development, trade and tourism.

He said good bilateral cooperation between the two countries will not only serve the shared interests of the two peoples, but also conduces to peace, stability religious tolerance and development of the world at large. Ambassador Jammeh expressed optimism that the joined efforts of the two governments and peoples, the long-term constructive and cooperative Tunisia - Gambia partnership will excel to new heights.

For his part, the Tunisian president renewed his country’s resolve to working with the Republic of The Gambia.

On the sidelines, Ambassador Jammeh met with the Tunisian minister of Agriculture, Mr. Samir Taieb and the minister of Tourism and Arts, Mrs. Salma Elloumi Rekik and discussed ways and means of cooperation in these areas.

Author: Saikou Ceesay,Communication Officer, MoFA
Source: Picture: His Excellency Alhassan T. Jammeh