Mose Commissioned as Ambassador to three EU countries

Solomon Islands Ambassador to the European Union Moses Kouni Mose was commissioned in Honiara Thursday by the Governor General Sir Frank Kabui as Ambassador designate to Germany, France and the Netherlands.

Mose is also the Solomon Islands High Commissioner to Great Britain.

Ambassador Mose acknowledged the Solomon Islands Government for having the trust and confidence in him to take up additional responsibilities to represent the interest of Solomon Islands in the countries he is accredited to.

Mose said the interests of Solomon Islands on international and bilateral issues are integral to Solomon Islands which he is committed to accomplish during his term in office.

The Governor General Sir Frank Kabui congratulated Ambassador Mose as Head of Mission to these three European Countries describing his choice as “no accident”.

“I am confident that you are eminently fitted, both in your personal qualities and experience in the affairs of the State for the charge that the Government of Solomon Islands has entrusted on you and to which you have now pledged your allegiance,” Sir Frank said.

As head of mission to these three European countries, his first and foremost task is to represent and promote the interest of the Government of Solomon Islands in these countries.

“The Government and people of Solomon Islands expect you to provide sound advice and deliberation on all matters during your tenure in office,” Sir Frank said.

Ambassador Mose previously served as Head of Mission for the Solomon Islands Permanent Mission in Geneva, Switzerland, as head of mission from 2011 to 2014. Prior to that, he was Solomon Islands High Commissioner to Fiji from 2010 to 2011.

He has also served in Regional and International Organizations including the Pacific Islands Forum Secretariat (PIFS) and the United Nations Development Program (UNDP).

Ambassador Mose began his career has a public servant back in mid 1980’s serving mostly in the Ministry of Commerce, Employment  and Trade and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and External Trade.