Newport Beach, CA – May 6, 2023 — “On behalf of the Global Bank Group and myself, I extend my sincere congratulation to their Majesties, King Charles and Queen Camilla, the Royal Family, the people of the United Kingdom and the people of the Commonwealth, on the accession of their coronation: May their reign be a symbol of stability, rejuvenation and transformation to the rest of the world,” said Ron Nechemia, President of the Global Bank Group.
In this message, Ron Nechemia expresses his highest consideration to His Majesty the King and the Queen. He extends his congratulations to the people of the United Kingdom and the Commonwealth.
The President also hopes that relations between the Global Bank Group and the United Kingdom will continue to develop and flourish based on democratic values and the existing framework of cooperation and according to the Organization’s charter,
King Charles III pledges “lifelong service.”
His Majesty The King’s championing and advocating matters related to the climate crisis and sustainable development has been a beacon of hope and inspiration for millions across the globe.
Global Bank Group’s President Ron Nechemia said, “I respect and appreciate His Majesty King Charles’s vast experience to promote understanding and human dignity and his tireless efforts to promote economic and social development.”
On this occasion, Ron Nechemia, the President of the Global Bank Group, stresses the extremely important role played by the determination with which the United Kingdom is contributing to the Global Bank’s action in all the priority areas of activity of the international community.
“I look forward to deepening the special relationship between Global Bank Group and His Majesty The King and working in close cooperation on global issues, including poverty elevation, public health emergencies and climate change and the post-war reconstruction of Ukraine,” President Ron Nechemia said.
Expanding Bilateral Cooperation
President Ron Nechemia said he wants to “expand bilateral cooperation” on a wide range of issues, including energy and climate change and the post-war reconstruction of Ukraine. The scale and the scope of the challenge posed by climate change, energy crisis and pandemics will test global bilateral cooperation like nothing seen before. In the year ahead, Global Bank Group looks forward to capitalizing on increased person-to-person engagement, both at senior levels and between the Global Bank Group and the government of the United Kingdom, and to energize our partnership and deepen the bilateral relationship. This engagement includes building the Mission of Global Bank to the United Kingdom –– a Global Bank-wide integrated team that coordinates and implements policy across issues and regions, working together to solve great challenges, which the world expects from great institutions.
Ron Nechemia, the Global Bank Group President, said, “Long Live The King.”