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Swiss President hopes relationship will continue with Zambia

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Zambia’s Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary to the Swiss Confederation Martha Lungu Mwitumwa presented her Letters of Credence to the President Simonetta Sommaruga at a ceremony held in Bern on 13th October 2020.

During the ceremony, President Sommaruga congratulated the Ambassador on her appointment and expressed confidence that the friendly relations between Switzerland and Zambia will continue to grow during her tenure.

In her remarks, Ambassador Mwitumwa expressed gratitude for the warm welcome received and conveyed warm sentiments to President Sommaruga on behalf of President Edgar Chagwa Lungu.

Mrs Mwitumwa thanked the Swiss Confederation for the support rendered to Zambia under Switzerland’s technical cooperation programmes, which include training in capacity building, and scholarships for Zambian students and researchers, among other areas.

She invited the Swiss Government and investors to explore opportunities in energy, mining, education, pharmaceuticals, tourism, financial services and agricultural sectors as well as in ICT in Zambia through establishment of technological hubs.

Mrs Mwitumwa indicated that the establishment of a fully-fledged technological hub in Zambia will promote value addition in various sectors and will thus incorporate the status of Small Medium Enterprise (SMEs) in the production process.

At the multilateral level, Ambassador Mwitumwa pledged to collaborate with the Swiss Confederation in various area of mutual interest to including supporting each other’s candidatures in international organizations.

Ambassador Mwitumwa is also Zambia’s Permanent Representative to the United Nations in Geneva and Vienna.

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