Zelensky receives credentials from foreign ambassadors

Source : 112 Ukraine

11 newly appointed ambassadors presented their credentials
22:00, 11 December 2020

Press service of Ukrainian President

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky has received credentials from the newly appointed ambassadors of 11 countries, the head of state's press service reports.

"Today, ambassadors from four continents are present here, and this is another evidence that Ukraine seeks to develop cooperation with all countries of the world," the president said, congratulating the diplomats on the beginning of their mission in Ukraine.

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So, Zelensky received his credentials  from Ambassador of the Republic of Uzbekistan Alisher Kurmanov, Ambassador of the Kingdom of Norway Erik Svedahl, Ambassador of the Arab Republic of Egypt Ayman Ahmed Mokhtar El-Gammal, Ambassador of Australia Bruce Edwards, Ambassador of the Republic of Tajikistan Nazrizoda Davlatali, Ambassador of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan Noel Israel Khokhar, Ambassador of the Republic of Yemen Mervat Fadhl Mojali, Ambassador of the Republic of the Philippines Leah M. Basinang-Ruiz, Ambassador of the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan Ismail Ar-Rifaie, Ambassador of the Kingdom of Thailand Chettaphan Maksamphan and Ambassador of the Republic of Mongolia Dorj Barkhas.

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Zelensky expressed hope for intensifying cooperation with these states at all levels for the benefit of citizens.

As we reported earlier, on the anniversary of the Paris summit of the Normandy Four leaders, on December 9, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky said that Ukraine had proved its interest in achieving peace in Donbas to the world community.

He also stressed Ukraine's readiness for a new stage of troops' disengagement, demining of new areas, as well as for the next round of mutual release of detainees.

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