New US envoy presents letters of credence to Malawi leader: Pledges support to reforms

The United States of America (US) has pledged to support Malawi government’s Public Service Reform Program on top of other traditional areas of assistance raging from trade and investment to health.

Palmer presents her letters of credence

Palmer presents her letters of credence

President Mutharika welcomes Ambassador Palmer to Kamuzu Palace

President Mutharika welcomes Ambassador Palmer to Kamuzu Palace

The new US ambassador to Malawi Virginia Palmer made the pledge in an interview soon after presenting her letters of credence to State President Prof. Arthur Peter Mutharika at Kamuzu Palace in Lilongwe on Friday.

“I had a wonderful talk with the State President Prof. Arthur Peter Mutharika where I have among many things pledged my government’s commitment to support the newly launched Public Service Reform Program, the energy sector, health, education, trade and investment,” said Palmer.

Palmer further said Malawi and US share a strong partnership based on mutual respect that will translate into a new era of development.

“Malawi and the United States share a strong partnership based on mutual respect that I will advance through various developmental programs. I also strongly advocate for the empowerment of women and young people,” said the ambassador.

Palmer said she was excited to meet Mutharika whom she knew way back in his days as Professor of law at Washington University in US.

The new US nevoy arrived in Malawi January 27, 2015 to replace former ambassador Janine Jackson who served Malawi under three Presidents namely late Professor Bingu Wa Mutharika, Joyce Banda and Professor Arthur Peter Mutharika.

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8 thoughts on “New US envoy presents letters of credence to Malawi leader: Pledges support to reforms”

  1. ASAAAAAA…WELCOME TO MALAWI MADAME PALMER,A COUNTRY FULL OF GREEDY,CORRUPT POLITICIANS, LEADERS WHO THINK ABOUT THEMSELVES FIRST….THEIR TRIBESMEN SECOND,AND THE MASSES FEND FOR THEMSELVES.

  2. WELCOME TO MALAWI: TAKULANDILANI KU MALAWI, YOU WILL ASSIST MALAWI IN AVOIDING CORRUPTION,MONOPOLY.TRABALISM,VIOLATING CONSTITUTION,VIOLENCES AND APPEASEMENT GOVERNMENT. I AM SURE YOU WILL POTENTIALLY CREATE NEW VOLUMES IN THE SYSTEMS AS YOU KNOW THE HISTORY OF MALAWI PREVIOUSLY AND AT PRESENT.
    GOD BLESS AND GUIDE YOU.

  3. Hands Together says:

    She seems to have a pleasant personality like her predecesor. Western countries do surely know how to choose envoys. However madam, avoid wearing BLUE next time you go on camera. Well, may be you should also avoid orange and yellow colours. Try green!!

  4. enuf said says:

    Asians are to be blamed for visas too

  5. acn says:

    Wachita bwino kubwera watipeza , you need to be cashgated as a way of baptising you.

  6. Kuwumira ma visa agalu inu

  7. pijo says:

    Welcome to the land of milk and honey.

  8. Wanex banda says:

    Ok

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