President Moise received the Credentials of Ambassadors from the Bahamas and Nigeria

Posted by hougansydney.com on Thursday, January 18, 2018 Under: Diplomacy


President Jovenel  Moïse, received on Wednesday January 17th, the credentials of two new ambassadors extraordinary and plenipotentiary accredited in Haiti. They are Mr. Jeffrey A. Williams from the Commonwealth of the Bahamas and Mrs. Janet Omoleegho Olisa from the Federal Republic of Nigeria.

These new ambassadors spoke at length with the President and renewed the commitment of their respective countries to maintaining close ties of friendship and strengthening cooperation with Haiti.

The Bahamian ambassador told President Moise that Haiti and his country had an ever growing bilateral trade, citing the majority of vegetables consumed in his country came from Haiti; the only issues between the two nations is migration, admitted the ambassador.

Nigeria's ambassador, Janet Omoleegho Olisa, for her part wants to prioritize a "highly technical cooperation".  As well as cultural exchanges and the consolidation of fraternal relations between the two countries. "I can not impose my ideas on Haiti, but we can define together what we can do," she said.


The President of the Republic also reassured these ambassadors of his willingness to work together for the harmonious development of bilateral relations with these two friendly countries.

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