President receives credentials of 
13 foreign ambassadors

ABU DHABI - The President, His Highness Shaikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan, on Monday received credentials of 13 ambassadors sent to the UAE by Arab and friendly countries.

At a special ceremony held at the Mushrif Palace, the President received credentials from Dr Kwon Tae Kyun, Ambassador of South Korea; Omar Mansour Mohammed Ghannai, Ambassador of Libya; Dr Mohammed Redha Faidh Baksh, Ambassador of Iran; Dr Najibullah Mehdi, Ambassador of Afghanistan; Ephraim Mandela Hlobi, Ambassador of Swaziland; Magnus Scholdtz, Ambassador of Sweden; Behar Bejko, Ambassador of Albania; Poul Hoiness, Ambassador of Denmark; Giorgio Starace, Ambassador of Italy; Gerard Micheles, Ambassador of Netherlands; Yuriy P, Ambassador of Ukraine; Jameel Ahmed Khan, Ambassador of Pakistan and Naif Fantoul Al-Zaidan, Ambassador of Jordan.

The President welcomed the new ambassadors to the UAE and wished them success in their mission for developing bilateral relations between the UAE and their respective countries.

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