5 World leaders congratulate President Jammeh
Friday, March 16, 2012
World leaders continue to send congratulatory messages to
the president of the Republic, His Excellency Sheikh Professor Alhaji Dr Yahya
Jammeh on the occasion of the The Gambia’s National Day, and his recent
The latest messages came from Raul Catro Ruz, president of the Council of State and of Ministers of the Republic of Cuba; Professor Bingu Wa Mutharika, president of the Republic of Malawi; Girma Woldegiorgis, president of the Democratic Federal Republic of Ethiopia; Dilma Rousseff, president of the Federative Republic of Brazil; and Blaise Compaore, president of the Republic of Burkina Faso.
The messages read:
On the occasion of the 47th Anniversary of the Independence of the Republic of The Gambia, I cordially congratulate you and ratify to you the resolve to continue strengthening the relations of friendship and cooperation between our countries. I renew to you the assurances of my highest consideration.
Raul Castro Ruz
President of the Councils of State and of
Ministers of the Republic of Cuba
It is my great pleasure to extend to Your Excellency on behalf of the government and the people of the Republic of Malawi, and my own behalf, heartfelt congratulations on the momentous occasion of celebrating your Independence Day on 18th February.
I would like to take this opportunity to express my hope that the bonds of friendship and cooperation that exist between Malawi and The Gambia will be further strengthened in the years to come for the mutual benefit of our two peoples.
Please accept, Your Excellency, my best wishes for your personal good health and continued peace and prosperity for the friendly people of the Republic of The Gambia.
Professor Bingu Wa Mutharika,
president of the Republic of Malawi
On behalf of the people and government of the Federal Democratic Republic of Ethiopia and that of my own, I would like to extend to Your Excellency and, through you, to the brotherly people and government of the Republic of The Gambia, our warmest congratulations of the occasion marking the 47th Independence Anniversary of your country.
On this special occasion, I would like to express my conviction that the friendly relations existing between our two countries will continue to be further strengthened for the mutual benefit of our two peoples.
Please accept, Your Excellency, my best wishes for Your Excellency’s personal wellbeing and for the peace and prosperity of the brotherly people of the Republic of The Gambia.
President of the Federal
Democratic Republic of Ethiopia
On the occasion of the National Day of the Republic of The Gambia, I would like to convey to Your Excellency, on behalf of the Brazilian people and in my own name, our sincere congratulations as well as best wishes for your personal happiness and the prosperity of the Gambian people.
I would like to seize this opportunity to assure Your Excellency that we will continue to strengthen the friendly bilateral relations that exist between the Federative Republic of Brazil and The Gambia.
President of the Federative of Brazil
Your re-election to the Presidency of your country is reflecting the support of all of your compatriots to your program of building a democratic, stable and prosperous Nation. The inauguration for this new term, Your Excellency, is an opportunity for you to strengthen the commitment of the Gambian people for a sustainable development and the accelerating integration of our sub-region.
The kind invitation you sent me on this happy occasion reflects the excellent relations of brotherhood and cooperation that exist between our two States. I would like to thank you for this gesture, however, due to time constraints; I would not be able to take part in this important ceremony scheduled for January 19th 2012 in Banjul.
Whilst renewing my warm and sincere heartfelt congratulations and best wishes for your good health and continued success in your noble mission, please accept, Mr. President and Dear Brother, the assurances of my highest consideration.
President of the Republic of Burkina Faso
Author: Daily Observer