Senate President Mark Leads Senators To Czech Republic On Exchange Programme

david-markIn an effort to put an end to the security challenge and other problems bedevilling the country, Senate President, David Mark will on Sunday meet and share ideas with the President of Czech Republic, Mr. Milos Zeman and the Prime Minister of the government of the Czech Republic, Mr. Petr Necas.

In a statement signed by his Chief Press Secretary, Paul Mumeh, Mark will also meet with the President of the Senate of the Czech Parliament Mr. Milan Stech.

The Senate President, who will be in that country for an Inter parliamentary exchange program with his counterparts in Czech Republic, will also hold talks with the Speaker of the Chamber of Deputies of the Parliament of the Czech Republic Mrs. Miroslava Nemcova.

The statement reads in part, “Senator Mark will thereafter meet with the President of the Senate of the Czech Parliament Mr. Milan Stech where he will address the Senate at the Kolowrat Palace, the green Lounge on the ‘Nigerian democracy, the achievements and challenges.’

“The Senate President is expected to hold talks with the Speaker of the Chamber of Deputies of the Parliament of the Czech Republic Mrs. Miroslava Nemcova,” he said.

On  the delegation with the President of the Senate, according to the statement are: Senate leader Victor Ndoma-Egba, SAN, chairman Senate Committee on Inter- Parliamentary Affairs, Abdulazeez Usman, Chris Anyanwu and Domingo Obende.

On arrival, the Nigerian Senate delegation will pay courtesy visits on the President of Czech Republic Mr. Milos Zeman and the Prime Minister of the government of the Czech Republic Mr. Petr Necas.

“Senator Mark will meet with the Inter-Parliamentary Friendship Group, the Czech Republic -States of the Sub-Saharan Africa.

“He will also under take a guided tour of the Exhibition Hall of the Senate of the Parliament of the Czech Republic Trcka’s gallery.

“Before returning to Nigeria on June 13, 2013, Senator Mark will address the Nigerian Community in Czech Republic,” the statement added.

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