C ഡിte d’Ivoire strengthens ties with the United Kingdom

C ഡിte d'Ivoire strengthens ties with the United Kingdom

Amani Sarah, Ambassador of the Republic of C ഡിte d’Ivoire to the United Kingdom, Great Britain and Northern Ireland, was officially appointed to the office on August 6, 2020 to April 27, 2021. , Queen of the United Kingdom; From Great Britain and Northern Ireland.

C ഡിte d’Ivoire-United Kingdom relations: Ambassador Amani Sarah presents her letters to Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II

The solemn ceremony marked the resumption of official activities of the Queen after the funeral of her husband, Prince Philip Mountbatten, and her husband, Royal Highness. At the end of the ceremonial presentation of the Letters of Credentials, the Ambassador had a meeting with the British Sovereign, who commended themselves on the excellent relationship between the United Kingdom and friendship and cooperation. And C ഡിte d’Ivoire for 60 years (October 12, 1960, date of establishment of diplomatic relations).

Her Madame Amani Sarah informed the Queen of the evolution of the political, economic and social conditions in C ഡിte d’Ivoire, which marked the return to social peace with the participation of all the important political parties in the last Assembly elections. Both parties ressed the need for mutual efforts to strengthen ties in the political, economic, commercial, educational and cultural spheres, given the rich potential of the two countries.

Diplomacy: C ഡിte d’Ivoire and the United Kingdom want to strengthen their cooperation

After 60 years of establishing diplomatic relations between C ഡിte d’Ivoire and the United Kingdom, both parties agree that mutual efforts must continue to strengthen ties in the political and economic spheres. Commercial, educational and cultural ”.

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This is an excerpt from an interview with Elizabeth II, Queen of the United Kingdom; From Great Britain and Northern Ireland from August 6, 2020 to Amani Sarah, Ambassador of the Republic of Cte d’Ivoire to the United Kingdom, Great Britain and Northern Ireland.

The interview, which took place at the end of the Ivory Diplomat’s Letters of Credentials presentation, was also an opportunity to inform the Sovereign about the evolution of the political, economic and social situation in C ഡിte d’Ivoire. A return to social peace with the participation of all the major political parties in the last Assembly elections.

After the funeral of His Royal Highness Prince Philip Mt.

Global trade rose to 257,624 billion CFA in 2018, with a surplus trade balance in favor of C ഡിte d’Ivoire and a positive trade balance of 32,675 billion CFA francs. The two states signed a Stage Economic Partnership Agreement on 15 October 2020 in London to strengthen their economic and trade ties.

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