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Burundi Presentation of Letters of Credence to His Majesty Willem Alexander, King of the Netherlands

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By Roy Lie Atjam

This Wednesday, March 6, 2024, the Ambassador of the Republic of Burundi in the Netherlands H.E Ms. Isabelle Ndahayo presented her letters of credence to His Majesty Willem Alexander, King of the Netherlands, at an solemn ceremony held at the Noordeinde Palace in The Hague.

« Unité – Travail – Progrès », est la devise nationale de la République du Burundi.

H.E Ms. Isabelle Ndahayo, Ambassador of Burundi at her arrival to Noordeinde Palace in The Hague. Photography by Chris Ronteltap.

Burundi and the Netherlands have maintained a strong and cordial relationship, collaborating through several bilateral and multilateral agreements. Burundi is committed to continue strengthening cooperation with the Netherlands, particularly in the areas of agriculture, livestock, healthcare, defence and security, energy production, infrastructure. These areas are essential for Burundi’s development projects and programs.

King Willem Alexander, welcome First Counsellor of Burundi, Mr. Stany Nuhizi who accompanied H.E Ms. Isabelle Ndahayo, Ambassador of Burundi to her presentation of credentials. Photography by Jeroen van der Meyde

The government of Burundi aims to maintain diplomatic relations based on mutual respect with other governments. They prioritize cooperation that is mutually beneficial and respectful. Their National Development Plan 2018-2027 has a vision of a democratic, united, and prosperous nation achieved through structural transformation of the national economy.

H.E Ms. Isabelle Ndahayo, Ambassador of Burundi and King Willem Alexander at Noordeinde Palace. Photography by Jeroen van der Meyde.

Diplomat Magazine avails itself of this opportunity to wish Ambassador Isabelle Ndahayo success during her stint in the Netherlands and looks forward to continuing the productive partnership between Burundi and our magazine.

H.E Ms. Isabelle Ndahayo at Noordeinde Palace in The Hague. Photography by Chris Ronteltap.
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