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Farewell call by Ambassador Margit Hellwig-Botte

Farewell call by Ambassador Margit Hellwig-Botte ( The German Ambassador to the Republic of Seychelles, H.E. Mrs. Margit Hellwig- Botte, has paid a farewell call on President James Michel at State House this morning as her three-year tenure is coming to an end.

President James Michel thanked Mrs. Margit Hellwig-Botte for her efforts and support given in enhancing cooperation ties in various fields, especially through Germany’s membership of the EU (EU Atalanta Operation) in assisting Seychelles in fighting the scourge of piracy in the Indian Ocean region and also through its work and support in the UNODC.

“We thank you and the Federal Republic of Germany for the support and dedicated efforts in assisting the government of Seychelles in the various fields of cooperation such as in the fight against piracy in the Indian Ocean. You have been very supportive throughout your tenure and I wish you well in your future endeavors,” said President Michel.

President Michel and Mrs. Hellwig-Botte took the opportunity to highlight subjects of common interest for both countries such as renewable energy, climate change, and protecting biodiversity, among others.

Mrs. Hellwig-Botte has described her time in office as a great achievement and that she has personally learned a lot from Seychelles in terms of the challenges that the small island states have to face in terms of environmental protection, education, the workforce, and others.

“I would like to take this opportunity to congratulate President Michel for the major developments Seychelles has made since I started my post early in 2009 until today. I think throughout those years, the government of Seychelles has been able to cope and adjusted to the economic challenges as well as the fight against piracy, and I believe I have helped in enhancing the cooperation between Germany and Seychelles in those areas and in other fields as well,” said Mrs. Hellwig-Botte.


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