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President Koroma bids farewell to Indonesian Ambassador

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President Koroma bids farewell to Indonesian Ambassador

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President Koroma conveyed his deep gratitude to the Ambassador for his service to the country during his tenure as Ambassador to Sierra Leone. He said the two countries must enhance collaboration and make use of the great opportunities in agriculture, tourism, and health sectors. The president also expressed hope that the establishment of a Sierra Leonean embassy in Indonesia will help to strengthen bilateral ties and cooperation between the two countries.

Ambassador Andrajati thanked the government and people of Sierra Leone for the hospitality and for supporting his mission in the country. He congratulated President Koroma for ending the Ebola outbreak in Sierra Leone, and acknowledged the president’s leadership in developing and making the country prosperous. He reiterated that the establishment of Sierra Leone’s embassy in Indonesia will certainly elevate bilateral relations and cooperation between the two countries.

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