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President Hakainde Hichilema salutes Finish Government

Headlines President Hakainde Hichilema salutes Finish Government

President Hakainde Hichilema has appreciated the efforts and contributions that the Finish government played in maintaining peace and unity during the country’s 2021 general election.

President Hichilema has also praised the long and cordial relationship that has existed between Zambia and Finland.

The Head of State says the two governments have since boosted their relation after he met with the Finish Prime Minister in Brussels, Belgium during the African Union (AU) and European Union Summit in February this year.

Pirjo Suomela – Chowddhury, outgoing Ambassador of the Republic of Finland, to the Republic of Zambia with HH

President Hichilema was speaking when outgoing Finish Ambassador to Zambia Pirjo Suomela bid farewell to President Hichilema at the state house in Lusaka today.

President Hichilema commended Ms Suomela for facilitating a cordial bilateral relationship between Finland and Zambia during her tenure.

“Our meeting with the Prime Minister in Brussels has also helped developmental programs to start moving in Zambia, we would like to see that continue even with the next successor, “said President Hichilema, “President Hichilema stated.

The Finish Outgoing Ambassador expressed gratitude for the opportunity she was given to represent her country in Zambia, saying that she worked well with the Zambian government and the private sector in many spheres of life.

“The relationship between the two governments have been enhanced through various engagements including the meeting in Brussels with Finish Prime Minister which has resulted in progress of developmental programs in Zambia.

“Thank you for giving me an opportunity to work with various ministries including the Minister of Small and Medium Enterprise Development for the enhancement of trade and investment for various enterprises in the country,” she said.

And Minister of Foreigner Affairs and International Cooperation Stanley Kakubo stated that the incoming Finish Ambassador to Zambia has already been identified and his ministry is ready to work with the new Envoy.

Pirjo Suomela – Chowddhury, outgoing Ambassador of the Republic of Finland, to the Republic of Zambia with HH

11 COMMENTS

  1. “President Hichilema commended Ms Suomela for facilitating a cordial bilateral relationship between Finland and Zambia during her tenure.”-LT

    These are the people you like for themselves, the people who push you to be a better GRZ.

    One wishes political parties did more to protect taxpayer and Minority investors like Finland did for GRZ During election.

    GRZ you have a virtuous friend Finland.

  2. These are the people you like for themselves, the people who push you to be a better GRZ.

    One wishes political parties did more to protect taxpayer and Minority investors like Finland did for GRZ During election.

    GRZ you have a virtuous friend Finland.

  3. A whole president saluting another country. That is what western puppets are like. When your elections are funded by gay foreign elements you will be controlled forever. Soon the gays will be roaming around freely. At the moment they freely roam at community house.

    Tarino you are very slow. By now you should know that hh only wears mask and gloves when he is interacting with negros like you. He believes the whlte species is special and clean. A self-hating negro

  4. Finland is an all-weather friend to Zambia and this is evidenced by the support of SMEs in Zambia. This country has no ill business motives in Zambia.

  5. Unbelievable, the whole article keeps writing Finish, it’s FINNISH! My word.
    And I must say Finland has been very helpful, we need to engage them more in matters of managing public resources to benefit everyone. Finland leads in that score.
    Here is an interesting piece of trivia about Finland. Traffic offences are fined according to your tax filings from the previous year. If you declared assets of over 100 million kwacha like some ministers did, and you commit a traffic offence, you can end up paying 10 million as opposed to a situation where the fee is fixed at K300 for instance. Where does that money go? Towards provision of free education and social services.
    It’s time we stop begging for money and begin to borrow ideas from Finland.

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