Seven new ambassadors present credentials before Head of State

A total of seven ambassadors went to the People’s Palace in Malabo, to formalise their stays in our country, and presented their credential letters before the President of the Republic, H. E. Obiang Nguema Mbasogo.

The credential letter is a formal document usually sent by one Head of State to another, formally granting diplomatic accreditation regarding the post of ambassador.

The presentation of credentials began with the usual military formalities and the anthems of the nations represented by the new ambassadors. The ceremony was attended by members of the Government, advisers and directors from the Head of State Office, together with members of the delegations.

The diplomats who came before the President of the Republic were: Rodobaldo RaA�l Isasi Herrera, accredited Plenipotentiary Extraordinary Ambassador to Equatorial Guinea from the Republic of Cuba; Tong Chol Ho, accredited Plenipotentiary Extraordinary Ambassador to Equatorial Guinea from the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea; Nadine Tchamlesso, accredited Plenipotentiary Extraordinary Ambassador to Equatorial Guinea from the Democratic Republic of the Congo; Guillermo Antoni Lopez Mc-Lellan, accredited Plenipotentiary Extraordinary Ambassador to Equatorial Guinea from the Kingdom of Spain; Vilio Hifindaka, accredited Plenipotentiary Extraordinary Ambassador to Equatorial Guinea from the Republic of Namibia, with residence in Brazaville; Mortaza Rahimi Zarchi, accredited Plenipotentiary Extraordinary Ambassador to Equatorial Guinea from the Islamic Republic of Iran, with residence in Abuja; and Cheikh Sidahmed El Bakaye, Plenipotentiary Extraordinary Ambassador to Equatorial Guinea from the Islamic Republic of Mauritania, with residence in Luanda.

The Head of State and Government held a meeting with each accredited ambassador, and congratulated them on the trust placed in them by their respective governments. They in turn expressed gratitude for the hospitality and reception received in the People’s Palace.

The final part of the presentation before the Head of State was the signing of the official visitors’ book, or Golden Book.

Source: Official Web Page of the Government of the Republic of Equatorial Guinea

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