Permanent Representative of the Republic of Malawi H.E. Agnes Chimbiri-Molande
presenting a gift to Dr Thomas Galvin, the Faculty Advisor of the USA Army War College.
New York City, 25 May, 2022.
On Friday 20 May, 2022, the Malawi Permanent Mission to the United Nations hosted a delegation from the United States Army War College. This was the first time that a delegation from the prestigious military college which is one of the USA’s premier institute for senior leaders education, visited the Permanent Mission of the Republic of Malawi.
In her welcoming remarks, Ambassador Dr Agnes Chimbiri-Molande thanked the delegation for choosing to visit the Permanent Mission of the Republic of Malawi and stated that the gesture demonstrated the warm bilateral relations that Malawi enjoys with the United States of America. "We look forward to enhanced cooperation in many areas including human development, climate change and peacekeeping capabilities", said the Ambassador.
On their part, Dr Thomas Galvin, the Faculty Advisor and Lt. Colonel Yoon Choi (class president for Seminar 23) thanked the Permanent Representative H.E. Agnes Chimbiri-Molande and all the diplomats at the Permanent Mission of Malawi for being good hosts. They said they had learnt a lot regarding Malawi’s diplomatic engagements in international relations. They added that they had achieved the objectives of their visit and enriched their understanding regarding the implementation of Malawi’s Foreign Policy and the interdependence between statecraft and domestic policies.
Group photograph in the office of the Permanent Representative of the Republic
of Malawi H.E. Agnes Chimbiri-Molande
Briefing the delegation, the Military Advisor, Brigadier General John Isaac Maseko focused on the Permanent Mission's objectives which he said are rooted in Malawi's Foreign Policy. He emphasized that the Permanent Mission of the Republic of Malawi to the United Nations seeks to advance Malawi's strategic economic, social, political, environmental and cultural interests internationally in order to achieve substantiable development for Malawi.
Apart from the briefing, there was an interactive session between the Permanent Mission's staff and the War College delegation at the African Union’s Nelson Mandela Conference Hall.