Spain assures Malawi of energy, infrastructural development

The new Ambassador of Spain to Malawi, Alicia Moral Revilla says her focus area while in office will be to encourage big Spanish companies to come and invest in Malawi’s infrastructural and energy development sectors.

President Peter Mutharika receives letters of credence from Ambassador of Spain to Malawi, Alicia Moral Revilla (c)Stanley Makuti

President Peter Mutharika receives letters of credence from Ambassador of Spain to Malawi, Alicia Moral Revilla (c)Stanley Makuti

Guard of honour for Spain envoy to Malawi

Guard of honour for Spain envoy to Malawi

She said this on Wednesday at the Kamuzu Palace in Lilongwe where she presented her letters of credence to President Professor Peter Mutharika.

Revilla said Spain has got so many big companies that handle infrastructure and energy development which she said will be good for Malawi’s economic growth.

Apart from wooing Spanish investors, the Ambassador also plans to strengthen bilateral relations of the two nations for the benefit of all.

“Now that I am a full Ambassador, I plan to enhance and strengthen political and bilateral relation between Spain and Malawi.

“In the near future we will have high level trips to Spain and Malawi as exchange programs so that we can learn from each other things of National development,” she said.

According to Revilla she also intends to try and help in the growth of the economy of Malawi with her Country’s support in different sectors of National Development.

The Ambassador will be based in Harare, Zimbabwe.

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5 thoughts on “Spain assures Malawi of energy, infrastructural development”

  1. levelheaded says:

    Most ambassadors from the first world do represent two or three countries here in Africa. When they say she is an ambassador here but residing in Harare, it means by the time of her appointment she was already an ambassador in that residing country. There are some ambassadors delegating to other countries who at the time of their appointment were already ambassadors to Malawi and are residing here.

    Have you been to Harare of recent? Zimbabwe is far from being better than Malawi but statistics say Zimbabwe is doing well which I don’t agree in totality. Most of these statistics are concluded from online reporting which malawians are better at reporting due to the so-called freedom of expression. We have become better at putting ourcpoverty on paper. You can’t do that in Zimbabwe.

  2. Zododometsa says:

    Take their money for enslaving our brothers and sisters but not their language. They are impossible people in their country!!!!

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  4. Khanenda says:

    Why are ambassodors for Botswana and Spain based in Harare. Has Zimbabwe become a better place again?

  5. ?? says:

    Wez wez. Peter go on . you are a leader we was expected to change our situation. May God must be with you

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