The Ambassador of Chad, H.E. Kitoko Gat, Meets His Counterpart from Côte d'Ivoire, H.E. Ibrahima Touré
On Friday, October 13, 2023, in Washington, D.C., Ambassadors H.E. Kitoko Gat of Chad and H.E. Ibrahima Touré of Côte d'Ivoire recently forged strong bonds during a meeting filled with reunions and joy. This meeting was all the more special as it followed their initial official meeting at the Embassy of Côte d'Ivoire last May. The two diplomats, who are geographically close, separated only by Massachusetts Avenue, share a similar generation and a common vision of diplomacy.
During this recent audience, Ambassador Kitoko Gat and Ambassador Ibrahima Touré discussed cooperation and teamwork aimed at promoting progress within the diplomatic community in Washington, D.C. Their commitment to the consolidation of diplomatic relations between their two nations was evident, and their desire to collaborate closely was one of the top priorities discussed.
In a constructive discussion lasting one hour, the two ambassadors exchanged ideas and perspectives on how to strengthen the ties between Chad and Côte d'Ivoire, as well as on diplomatic issues of mutual interest. They also discussed potential areas of cooperation, such as the economy, culture, and education, with the aim of promoting a successful partnership between the two countries.
The geographic proximity of their embassies was highlighted as a valuable asset for facilitating regular communication and frequent meetings, which, in turn, will facilitate the development of joint projects and the strengthening of bilateral ties.
In conclusion of this meeting, Ambassadors Kitoko Gat and Ibrahima Touré committed to meeting regularly to continue working together to achieve their diplomatic goals in Washington, D.C. Their vision of close cooperation and friendship between Chad and Côte d'Ivoire promises promising developments in the world of diplomacy, and the two ambassadors are determined to contribute to the success of this endeavor.