Pres. Girma receives credentials of ambassadors of five countries
Addis Ababa, June 27 (WIC) – President Girma Woldegiorgis on Tuesday received credentials of newly appointed ambassadors of five countries.
According to ENA, the president received credentials of ambassadors of Britain, Greece, Comoros, Zambia and Mexico, Greg Dorey, Nicolas Protonotarios, Assoumani Yousous Mondoha, Francis Zaza Simend and Juan Alfredo Miranda Ortiz respectively.
British Ambassador, Greg Dorey told journalists that his country will further strengthen the ongoing development support to Ethiopia.
Ambassador of Greece, Nicolas Protonotarios on his part said he will work to boost the longstanding bilateral relation with Ethiopia.
Zambian Ambassador, Francis Zaza Simend said the bilateral cooperation between Ethiopia and Zambia will further be strengthened.
He said the two countries will sign two cooperative agreements in the near future.
Mexican Ambassador, Juan Alfredo Miranda Ortiz said that the bilateral relation between his country and Ethiopia will continue to further strengthen.
Comoros ambassador, Assoumani Yousous Mondoha on the occasion said opening of Comoros embassy in Ethiopia will further boost the bilateral relation between the two countries.
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