President Ernest Bai Koroma has returned to Freetown after his last leg of consultations with President Jacob Zuma at State House in Pretoria, South Africa. The meeting was focused on present reforms of the United Nations in relations to the common African Position for permanent seat status.
President Koroma is Chairman of the Committee of Ten Heads of State and Government of the African Union on the reform of the United Nations. The Two Heads of State and Government exchanged views to maintain the Ezulwini Consensus on the Common African Position and addressing challenges facing the continent.
President Koroma and President Jacob Zuma also discussed bilateral relations for which both leaders pledged their commitment to strengthen them further.
President Koroma appreciated the assistance provided by South Africa to Sierra Leone with the provision of a laboratory, facilitating the Cuban doctors during the fight against Ebola and training offered to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation.
Upon his arrival at the Lungi International Air port, President Ernest Bai Koroma briefed the press about the outcome of his visit.