Patricia Scotland- sixth and first lady Secretary General of the Commonwealth, is set to make her first official visit to the newest member of the Commonwealth- Gabon. CSG Scotland paid the official visit to the newest member of the Commonwealth next week.
Reportedly, Secretary-General Patricia Scotland will be arived in Libreville on August 16, 2022 (Tuesday). During the official visit, Patricia Scotland will be involved in a number of meetings and interactive discussions. The discussions will be featured discussions related to the various matters of concern. CSG Scotland will be focused on the significant agendas of the Commonwealth, which will result in the development of its member states.
She will be paid an official visit to Gabon for around four days. During her four-day visit, she will meet the President of Gabon, Ali Bongo Ondimba, and other senior government officials.
Earlier, Patricia Scotland has been visited India and involved in certain kinds of activities. Firstly, she received the Lifetime Achievement Award from O.P. Jindal Global University in #Delhi in front of some of #India‘s best & brightest #youth at their graduation.
She encouraged the youth at the graduation and stated,” I say to the young & aspiring in our #Commonwealth family, I am no different to you; if I can do it you can too.”
Secondly, she was involved in different kinds of meetings and addressed the FICCI FLO in Pune. CSG Patricia Scotland outlined the significance of the participation of women in the development of society.
She talked about the violence against women and stressed the ways to figure out the solutions to end the problems faced by women.
She stated, “It was a privilege to speak to FICCI FLO in Pune, #India today. Many of the great leaders in our #Commonwealth, and our world, are women. We are closer than ever to breaking the barriers that hold us back but to get there; we need to #End Violence Against Women.”
She is impressed by their achievements in breaking these barriers for women by promoting female entrepreneurship and economic empowerment.