Four ambassadors send letters of credence to Tinubu, who harps on investments.

Four ambassadors send letters of credence to Tinubu, who harps on investments.On Tuesday in Abuja, President Bola Tinubu gave assurances to Nigerian diplomats regarding his administration's willingness to continue maintaining open channels of communication and collaboration.

While accepting Letters of Credence from Mr. Pieter Leenknegt, the ambassador of the Kingdom of Belgium, and Mr. Jose Bamoquine Zau, the ambassador of Angola to Nigeria, Tinubu offered the guarantee.

Additionally, Mr. Sevin Baera, the ambassador of the Kingdom of Norway to Nigeria, and Mr. Albert Castelar, the ambassador of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela to Nigeria, presented their Letter of Credence.

According to Chief Ajuri Ngelale, Special Advisor to the President on Media and Publicity, Tinubu promised that his administration would be determined to concentrate on promoting economic possibilities that would benefit all segments of society.

During distinct sessions with the ambassadors, Tinubu underscored the significance of robust diplomatic ties and conveyed his want to interact with the overseas embassies.

In addition, he assured the ambassadors that they could always contact with the Foreign Ministry and the Office of his Chief of Staff to discuss any issues that concerned them.

We'll continue to have an open door policy. We are prepared to go above and beyond to ensure that your stay is fulfilling and that our bond remains strong.

"Do not be afraid to discuss any issue with my Chief of Staff or the Foreign Minister; they will bring it to my attention." Assuring, Ngelale cited Tinubu.

Tinubu called Angolan President Joao Lourenco "a very good friend" and congratulated him on his reelection at their meeting with the ambassador of Angola.

Additionally, Tinubu highlighted the active involvement of Belgian businesses in Nigeria's marine sector during his meeting with the ambassador of Belgium.

He stated that further political and economic collaboration with Belgium was required, especially in the energy and maritime industries.

The president and the ambassador also discussed the possibility of dredging the Calabar Port to increase its viability as a source of income.

During his conversation with the Norwegian envoy, Tinubu outlined his plan for Nigeria's energy transition.

The president declared that one of his administration's top priorities was to move away from petroleum and toward gas and hydrogen.

He urged Norway and other EU members to back his administration's economic reform initiatives.

He noted that this applied especially to important agro-allied investments in food security, preservation, and other related fields.

You are an important partner, and we are depending on you.

Of the people in Nigeria, one in five of the black people are native to the country. We need to boost the economy.

"Africa succeeds if Nigeria does well. This administration is dedicated to making doing business easier and is pushing numerous reforms. Tinubu emphasized

In response, the envoy from Angola thanked Nigeria for helping to free his nation from colonial domination.

He reaffirmed his dedication to creating long-lasting alliances between the two countries.

"My president has given me a four-year contract to stay in the country and to develop bridges between our two nations.

"My goal is to establish a long-lasting collaboration," Zau declared.

Amb. Leenknegt of Belgium spoke about the commercial connections between the ports of Antwerp and Lagos and Onitsha.

He indicated a desire to see more Belgians in the Port of Calabar.

In addition, he urged increased ministerial contacts between the two nations, pointing out Belgian businesses' interest in Nigeria's renewable energy industry.

Amb. Baera of Norway congratulated Tinubu on the Supreme Court's recent confirmation of his election.

The Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela's ambassador to Nigeria advocated for the launch of direct flights between Venezuela and Nigeria.

He conveyed his nation's aim to strengthen trade and investment ties as well as economic cooperation between the two oil-producing countries in a number of industries.


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