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Non-Resident Ambassadors of Morocco, Japan and Angola Present Letters of Credence to Sierra Leone’s President Julius Maada Bio

State House, Freetown, Friday 4 March 2022 – Non-resident Ambassadors of Morocco, Japan and Angola have called at State House to present their letters of credence to His Excellency President Dr Julius Maada Bio.

The Ambassador of Morocco to Guinea, accredited to Sierra Leone, His Excellency Isam Tiab, Ambassador of Japan to Ghana, accredited to Sierra Leone, His Excellency Hisanobu Mochizuki, and the Ambassador of Angola to Guinea, accredited to Sierra Leone, His Excellency Maria Cuandina Tchilepa De Carvalho all presented their credential letters during a brief ceremony.

Sierra Leone and Morocco have a long diplomatic and bilateral cooperation in all areas of common interests, which included but not limited to the promotion of regional and continental peace, economic progress and human development.

Diplomatic relations between Sierra Leone and Japan can be traced to as far back as independence and the two countries have enjoyed excellent bilateral ties on economic and technical cooperation in the fields of Japan food aid, power and water supply infrastructure and rural development.

Sierra Leone and the Republic of Angola started their diplomatic relations in April, when Sierra Leone gained independence in 1961, and both countries have common interests in the areas of political, economic, financial, and legal affairs, as well as science, education and culture.

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