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  • Thursday, 18 April 2024
President Bio Thanks VP Juldeh Jalloh for Representation at AU Summit 2024

President Bio Thanks VP Juldeh Jalloh for Representation at AU Summit 2024

On February 19, 2024, President Julius Maada Bio of Sierra Leone expressed his heartfelt gratitude to Vice President Mohamed Juldeh Jalloh for representing the nation at the African Union Summit 2024. President Bio commended Vice President Jalloh for his eloquent representation and emphasized the significance of the reports presented during the summit.

 

President Bio expressed his gratitude, saying, “Thank you, Honourable VP Jalloh, for eloquently presenting the important Reports.” He went on to highlight the pivotal role played by the Secretariats of the C-10 on the UN Security Council Reform and the African Peer Review (APR) Forum of Heads of State and Government in compiling comprehensive reports.

 

President Bio underscored his confidence in the adoption of these reports by his fellow Heads of State, stating, “I extend my profound appreciation to the Secretariats of the C-10 on the UN Security Council Reform and the African Peer Review (APR) Forum of Heads of State and Government for their tireless efforts in compiling the comprehensive Reports. I am confident that with the adoption of these Reports by my colleague Heads of State, we shall collectively work together for their diligent implementations.”

 

The African Union Summit 2024 provided a crucial platform for leaders across the continent to address pressing issues and forge collaborative strategies for sustainable development and regional integration. Vice President Jalloh’s representation at the summit exemplified Sierra Leone’s commitment to active engagement and cooperation within the African Union.

 

During the summit, Vice President Jalloh effectively articulated Sierra Leone’s perspectives on various matters of regional and global significance. His participation contributed to shaping discussions and decisions aimed at advancing the collective interests of African nations.

 

President Bio’s expression of gratitude towards Vice President Jalloh not only underscores the spirit of unity and teamwork within the Sierra Leonean leadership but also highlights the importance of diplomatic representation on the international stage. The president’s acknowledgment of Vice President Jalloh’s efforts serves as a testament to the government’s commitment to collaboration and effective governance.

 

Furthermore, President Bio’s emphasis on the diligent implementation of the reports presented at the summit reflects Sierra Leone’s dedication to translating policy discussions into tangible actions that benefit its citizens and contribute to the overall development of the continent.

 

As Sierra Leone continues to navigate its path towards progress and prosperity, the collaborative efforts of leaders at both the national and continental levels remain essential. President Bio’s message of appreciation serves as a reminder of the significance of mutual respect and recognition in fostering constructive partnerships for the greater good.

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