Ambassador Youssef Amrani and President Peter Mutharika

Ambassador Youssef Amrani, newly appointed as Ambassador of the Kingdom of morocco to Malawi presented his credentials to the President Pr. Peter Mutharika on January 9, 2020.

In his statement on this occasion Ambassador indicated that morocco and Malawi have deep bilateral ties and expressed his commitment to work with the government of Malawi so this relations can gain even further strength and momentum.

I have the great honor to present to His Excellency the President Pr. Peter Mutharika, letter of Credence by which His Majesty Mohammed VI appoints me as Ambassador of the Kingdom of Morocco to the Republic of Malawi.

I would like to convey to Your Excellency the warmest greetings of His Majesty the King, Mohammed VI, and seize this occasion to reaffirm to your Excellency, the enduring friendship and mutual understanding which unite our two countries.

In these challenging times, with many spots of instability in Libya, in the Middle East and elsewhere, the progress so far achieved by Malawi in terms of home grown reform and democratic building processes is praiseworthy and demonstrates the country’s maturity and stability in consolidating democratic institutions including courts of law.

Morocco and Malawi have much in common as we share the same values, the same concerns and the same ambitions for a prosperous and forward looking Africa. Those are key principles in our foreign policies which speak in favour of an even closer and stronger action to provide common responses to promote a new Africa based on solidarity, reduction of inequalities and the promotion of home grown development's.

The ties that bind Morocco and Malawi are strong, close and privileged. Today, we open a new page in our relationship with the firm conviction to explore new horizons and tools to build up a partisanship that is more than ever rich in its substance, positive in its approach and promising in its perspectives.

We acknowledge very positive dynamics of cooperation that needs however to be strengthen and reinforced.

Finally, we are satisfied with of our political dialogue and we are willing and committed to enhance it at the bilateral and multilateral level to reinforce our consultations and join our efforts to face different treats and challenges.