Sheikh Khalifa receives credentials of 12 new ambassadors

Sheikh Khalifa receives credentials of 12 new ambassadors(Abu Dhabi) – President of UAE, H.H. Sheikh Khalifa has received the credentials of twelve new ambassadors to the UAE at Al-Diyafa Palace in presence of H.E. Sheikh Sultan, the President’s Representative and General Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed, Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi and Deputy Supreme Commander of the UAE Armed Forces.
The President reiterated the UAE’s interest in extending bridges of friendship, cooperation and tolerance among peoples of the world and building balanced relations with all friendly countries. He asked the ambassadors to convey greetings and best wishes to their heads of states.
The new resident ambassadors are Jose de Mendonca e Lima, of Brazil, Orazumyrat Gurbannazarov of Turkmenistan, Gegham Gharibjanian of Armenia and Dhananjay Jha of Nepal. The eight non-resident ambassadors are Manonil Bardinez of Cuba, Siran Qader of Mongolia, Robert Kukali of Slovenia, Jose Manuel Martinez of San Marino, Dainius Junevicius of Lithuania, Georges Faber of Luxembourg, Benigno Pedro Matute Tang of Equatorial Guinea and Waso Payne Mono of Sierra Leone.
The President welcomed the new ambassadors and expressed his best wishes of success in their efforts to promote and expand relations with the UAE.

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