President Muhammadu Buhari has underscored the need for the international community to collectively confront the COVID-19 pandemic and other common challenges affecting the globe.
The President stated this on Thursday while receiving Letters of Credence from new Ambassadors of Egypt, Saudi Arabia and Argentina in the Presidential Villa, Abuja.
President Buhari said there is need for the international community to work even more in concern to collectively identify appropriate ways and means to globally resolve these challenges.
According to the President, Nigeria is proud to be associated with these platforms, which have enabled the country to work closely with the principal representatives of these countries.
The President restated, to the Ambassadors, the readiness of Nigeria to work with them to achieve global peace, food security and sustainable environment.
The Ambassadors, who presented their Letters of Credence are Mr Ihab Moustafa Awad Moustafa, Arab Republic of Egypt; Mr Faisal Ebraheem Alajrafi Alghamdi, the Royal Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and Mr Alejandro Miguel Francisco Herrero, the Republic of Argentina.
Ambassador Ihab Moustafa, expressed appreciation to the President for receiving them and accepting their letters of credence.