Patricia Scotland– the Secretary General of the Commonwealth, met with the President of Seychelles Wavel Ramkalawan, at State House this afternoon. She visited the country for the Anti-Corruption conference.
The meeting featured a discussion on several matters of concern related to the corruption problems. She also emphasized the ways to combat corruption and stated that the problem should be immediately solved. She also lauded Africa for its participation and efforts to mitigate the measures of corruption.
Patricia Scotland took to Facebook and shared glimpses of the meeting. She expressed pleasure in meeting with President Wavel Ramkalwan and said,”A pleasure to meet with President Wavel Ramkalawan State House Seychelles this afternoon. We discussed the ongoing Anti Corruption conference being hosted by the Seychelles and I congratulated him on the country’s position as the least corrupt nation in Africa.”
CSG Patricia Scotland also extended congratulations to the country for securing the spot as the least corrupt nation in Africa. She added that the Commonwealth always assist their states in uplifting the betterment of the people of the respective countries. She said that the Commonwealth always work for the betterment of its member states.
She also discussed the use of AI and its impacts on the future generation. CSG Patricia Scotland also outlined that the partnership of the Commonwealth and AI can assist in various spheres, such as illicit financial flows, and close the monetary gap. It will help the Commonwealth to pave the path of Sustainability and fulfil all the Sustainable Development Goals.
She also noted that there should be productive measures for combating corruption as it harms societies and impact the quality of life.
“We discussed how Commonwealth collaboration and the use of AI can help tackle illicit financial flows and close the monetary gap needed to finance the Sustainable Development Goals. Corruption harms societies and impacts people’s quality of life – but together, we can beat it, “said the CSG.
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