Emir receives credentials of new ambassadors

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Emir receives credentials of new ambassadors
12:45 AM
26
November
2013


HH the Emir Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad al-Thani received at the Emiri Diwan office yesterday the credentials of eight new ambassadors to Qatar.
The Emir received the credentials of  the ambassadors of Turkey, Kuwait, Japan and Ireland – Ahmet Demirok, Met’eb Saleh al-Mototah, Shingo Tsuda and Patrick Hennessy, respectively.
Ambassadors of Armenia, Norway, Seychelles and Belarus – Kayvam Karibjanian, Anders Stenberg, Dick Patrick Esparon and Roman Golovchenko, respectively, also presented their credentials to the Emir.   
The ambassadors conveyed the greetings of their countries’ leaders to the Emir and their wishes of further progress and prosperity to the Qatari people.
The Emir welcomed the new ambassadors and wished them success in their missions.  
The new ambassadors were accorded official receptions at the Emiri Diwan.





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