3 more world leaders write to Gambian president
Three more world leaders have written to the president of the Republic, His Excellency Sheikh Prof. Alh. Dr. Yahya AJJ Jammeh Nasirul Deen Babili Mansa on the occasions of the Holy Month of the Ramadan as well as the feast of Eid-ul-Fitr.
Below read their letters.
Let me emphasise my pleasure to express my best wishes on the occasion of Eid ul Fitr celebrating the end of Holy Ramadan, and invoke God Almighty to renew the event every year by blessing the Islamic Umma with felicity and bliss.
May God grant you health and welfare and bless your country and its charming people with more progress.
Let me express my highest esteem and consideration.
Sabah Al-Almad Al-Jaber
Emir of the State of Kuwait
Mr. President and Dear Brother,
The Islamic Ummah prepares to enter into the Holy Month of Ramadan with restraint and piety, effective 28 June 2014.
On this momentous occasion, I am particularly honoured to address to Your Excellency my warmest congratulations, best wishes of health and peace, as well as happiness for your illustrious family.
Please allow me, Your Excellency, to echo similar wishes of more development and prosperity for the brotherly people of The Gambia.
During this sacred period, may Allah grant us the ability to further reinforce the universal values devoted to by Islam. May He from whom all graces flow, support our efforts according to divine prescriptions.
While reiterating my wishes for piety in this Holy Month, please accept, Mr. President and Dear Brother, the assurances of my highest consideration.
Ali Bongo Ondimba
President of the Republic of Gabon
It is with immense pleasure that I extend to Your Excellency heartfelt congratulations on the occasion of the advent of Eid Al-Fitr.
I pray God Almighty to bestow health upon you and to bless your brotherly people and all peoples of the Islamic Nation with evermore progress and prosperity.
Highest consideration and appreciation.
Abdel Fattah Al Sisi
President of the Arab Republic
Meanwhile, the letters from two Gambian diplomats to the president read:
On behalf of the embassy of the Republic of The Gambia and on my own behalf, I extend sincere congratulations as you celebrate the end of Ramadan. We wish Your Excellency continued health and happiness as well as prosperity and well being to the country of The Gambia.
It is with much pleasure that I recall our meeting this year in Banjul. I am delighted we had a good opportunity to discuss bilateral relations and cultural cooperation between Russian Federation and Republic of The Gambia.
I firmly believe that today’s dialogue between Russia Federation and Republic of The Gambia, based on mutual understanding, serves as a strong foundation for even closer interaction and collaborative work on joint projects.
May I again offer my congratulations on your Public Holiday. Please accept, Your Excellency, the assurances of my highest esteem.
Mr. Robert Szustkowski
Charge d’Affaires & Interim
Of The Gambia in the
As Muslims all over the world prepare to commemorate the blessed Eid ul Fitr (locally known as ‘Koriteh’) marking the end of the Holy Month of Ramadan, it gives me great pleasure and honour on behalf of the entire staff of The Gambia Embassy, Madrid, Kingdom of Spain, our families, on my own behalf and the entire Gambian communities and friends of The Gambia residing in the jurisdictions of The Gambia Embassy, Madrid, to convey to Your Excellency and Family and the Government and the entire Gambian people our heartfelt congratulations and sincere best wishes on this joyous occasion.
In joining Your Excellency and Family, the government and people of The Gambia in celebrating this auspicious day, we pray to Allah Subhanah Wa Ta’ala to continue granting Your Excellency and Family and the entire Gambian nation continued personal well being, long life, peace, stability and greater prosperity.
In respectfully submitting the above with the expression of my continued allegiance, commitment, dedication and support, please accept Your Excellency, the assurances of my highest consideration and esteem.
Gambian Embassy, Spain
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