May 29, 2020, 11:19 AM
Dr. Mustapha M. Ceesay, a Gambian national, joined the Food and Agriculture Organisation of the United Nations (FAO) Gambia Country Office as Assistant FAO Representative in charge of programmes on 4 May 2020.
The Declaration was signed on 5th January 2021 during the 41st Gulf Cooperation Council summit held in Al Ula, The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. It is the wish of The Government of The Gambia that the signed Al Ula Declaration will heal the rift and consolidate fraternity and solidarity that will yield stability in the Gulf Region.
The Government of The Gambia believes that the development will offer the brothers the opportunity to jointly face and surmount challenges for a better future.
The Government of The Gambia seized the opportunity to commend all member states for their commitment, efforts and role played in resolving the crisis and bringing about normalcy to the Gulf Region.
UN Climate Change News, 1 February 2021 – The UN Climate Change Secretariat on Monday announced Regional Climate Weeks in 2021 and 2022, key meetings that will help build regional momentum for the annual UN Climate Change Conferences and drive forward regional implementation of the Paris Climate Change Agreement.
Taking into account the devastating impacts covid-19 posed to world economies especially the hospitality industry in The Gambia, Fatou Mass Jobe Njie, chairperson of Gambia Hotel Association has called for the need for constructive dialogue between tourism stakeholders and the authorities in particular, the GTBoard.
The United Nations special representative of the secretary general for West Africa and the Sahel, and head of UNOWAS, Dr. Mohamed Ibn Chambas, on Friday 26 February 2021 praised Foreign Minister Dr. Mamadou Tangara for the great job he is rendering to the country and urged him to continue doing so.