APM Winds Up Russia-Africa Summit With One-On-One Meeting With President Putin

APM shakes hand with Putin after a fruitful meeting

President Prof. Arthur Peter Mutharika has wound-up his day one at the Russia-Africa Summit in Sochi; Russia with a one-on-one meeting with the President of the Russian Federation at the Sirius Park of Science and Art in Sochi; Russia .

The private meeting lasted for 30 minutes .

President Peter Mutharika is leading the Malawi delegation at the Russia-Africa summit and the focus of Malawi at the summit is Investment in Enegry, Mining and opening up of new Markets for Malawi in a Russia for products such as tobacco and legumes.

On Thursday, Oct 24, 2019 President Mutharika is to address the first Plenary Session of the Russia Africa Summit at the Sirius Park for Science and Art.

What a humble smile: President Mutharika after Private meeting with President Vladimir Putin.

3 Responses to "APM Winds Up Russia-Africa Summit With One-On-One Meeting With President Putin"

  1. Mbonga Matoga   October 24, 2019 at 3:13 am

    Up until when shall our country be a beggar…..after more than 50 years of independence and self rule it looks like this begging illness is so embedded in our society so much so that as a nation we don’t even feel embarrassed when our leaders goes around the world begging.

    Our country is so blessed with all the resources we need to be a very successful nation, water, fertile soil, clean air, people etc .

    But despite all these blessings the things which we are good at is corruption, sex which obviously has contributed to the hiv epidemic that our is well know of around the world.

    Please stop corruption and start working hard to develop our country for how long are we going to be begging for help from rich countries and for how long will those rich countries put up with us when they see that their help end up being abused through corruption?

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  2. Mapwiya   October 24, 2019 at 5:52 am

    Zitukuko zikuchitika koma tikuononga tokha ndi mademon dont blame the government

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  3. Mbonga   October 25, 2019 at 3:44 am

    DPP cadet Mapwiya, mademo ayamba liti kuti munamizile mademo.

    All statistics shows that over 60% of our people are poorer than they were 15 years ago while only 10% of Malawians most of them connected to DPP and or Mulahko wa alomwe have accumulated obscene amounts of wealth just in the past 10 to 15 years.

    Massive unemployment, and it’s getting worse, so what development are you taking about DPP cadet mapwiya?

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