King Mohammed VI receives credentials of several ambassadors newly accredited to Morocco – The North Africa Post
King Mohammed VI acquired, Monday on the Royal Palace in Rabat, a number of overseas ambassadors, who handed the Sovereign their letters of credentials as plenipotentiary and extraordinary ambassadors of their international locations to the Kingdom.
The heads of missions acquired by the Sovereign are Denmark’s ambassador Jesper Kammersgaard; Qatar’s ambassador Sheikh Abdullah Bin Thamer Mohammed Thani Al Thani; Mohamed Iliassa Yahaya, Ambassador of the Union of the Comoros; Colombia’s ambassador José Renato Salazar Acosta; Ambassador of Djibouti Mohamed Douhour Hersi; Japan’s envoy Hideaki Kuramitsu; Ethiopia’s ambassador Esayas Gotta Seifu; Germany’s envoy Robert Dölger; Paraguay’s ambassador Victor Hugo Ramon Paniagua Fretes; Ambassador of Somalia Salaad Ali Ibrahim; Ambassador of Sudan Ms. Mouda Omar Hadj Attoum Al Badaoui; the Ambassador of the Russian Federation Vladimir Baybakov; Panama’s envoy Tomas Antonio Guardia Williamson; and Guinea’s ambassador Namory Traore.
This viewers passed off within the presence of the Minister of Overseas Affairs Nasser Bourita and the King’s Chamberlain, Sidi Mohamed El Alaoui.
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