Keynote Address by H.E. Dr Ernest Bai Koroma President of the Republic of Sierra Leone on the occasion of the Meeting of the African Union Committee of Ten Foreign Ministers and their Permanent Representatives of New York and Addis Ababa in Free
Mr. Vice President
Honourable Speaker of Parliament My Lady the Chief Justice Ministers of Foreign Affairs of the Committee of Ten Ministers of the Government Honourable Members of Parliament African Union Commissioner for Political Affairs Excellencies, Permanent Representatives of C-10 Member States in New York and Addis Ababa, Excellencies, Members of the Diplomatic and consular corps His Worship the Mayor of Freetown Distinguished Guests Ladies and Gentlemen
I am honored to welcome the Committee of Ten Foreign Ministers and Permanent Representatives at the African Union and United Nations to this first ever meeting to be held outside the margins of the Ordinary sessions of the Summit of Heads of State in Addis Ababa.
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