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  • Friday, 21 June 2024
VP Juldeh Jalloh Champions African Union Summit with Key Reports

VP Juldeh Jalloh Champions African Union Summit with Key Reports

On February 19, 2024, Dr. Mohamed Juldeh Jalloh, the Vice President of Sierra Leone, took center stage at the African Union’s 37th Assembly of Heads of State and Government in Ethiopia. Representing President Bio, Dr. Jalloh presented two crucial reports, signaling Sierra Leone's commitment to regional development and global reform.

 

Dr. Jalloh's address to the assembly was marked by enthusiasm as he underscored the significance of the reports. "Firstly," he declared, "the 24th C-10 report on the reform of the UN Security Council," highlighting efforts to reshape global governance. Sierra Leone's proactive stance in advocating for a more inclusive and representative UN Security Council resonated powerfully throughout the assembly.

 

Additionally, Dr. Jalloh shed light on the African Peer Review report, a testament to the continent's introspective evaluation and commitment to good governance. Adopted by the 33rd Summit of the African Peer Review Forum, this report signifies Africa's collective endeavor towards transparency, accountability, and sustainable development.

 

Dr. Jalloh underlined the remarkable progress achieved under President Bio's leadership. He emphasized Sierra Leone's instrumental role in galvanizing support for the Common African Position regarding the UN Security Council's reform. The tireless efforts to encourage African states to accede to the Africa Peer Review Mechanism (APRM) showcased Sierra Leone's dedication to fostering intra-African cooperation and cohesion.

 

The assembly's unanimous endorsement and adoption of the presented reports symbolized not only Sierra Leone's strides but also the collective aspiration of African nations towards a more equitable and prosperous future.

 

As the baton of leadership passes, Vice President Jalloh extended warm wishes to Algeria's President Abdelmadid Tebboune, who assumes the Chair of the African Peer Review Forum for the term 2024-2026. Such transitions epitomize the continuity of commitment and collaboration within the African Union, ensuring the sustainability of its objectives and initiatives.

 

Dr. Jalloh commended the Sierra Leone delegation for their exemplary dedication and hard work, underscoring the importance of teamwork in achieving collective aspirations. Furthermore, he extended heartfelt appreciation to the Government of Ethiopia for their gracious hospitality, facilitating fruitful deliberations and fostering camaraderie among member states.

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