The newly-appointed ambassadors of Bulgaria, Italy, Brazil, Tunisia, Iceland, Lesotho, Syria, Benin, Malta, and Ghana presented their credentials to Party General Secretary and President Nguyen Phu Trong on January 16.

General Secretary, President Nguyen Phu Trong and newly accredited ambassadors (Photo: VNA)

The Party and State leader later hosted separate receptions for Bulgarian Ambassador Marinela Milcheva Petkova; Italian Ambassador Antonio Alessandro; Brazilian Ambassador Fernando Apparício da Silva; Tunisian Ambassador Dhia Khaled; Icelandic Ambassador Gunnar Snorri Gunnarsson; Lesotho’s Ambassador Bothata Tsikoane; Syrian Ambassador Imad Moustapha; Beninese Ambassador Simon Pierre Adovelande; Maltese Ambassador John Aquilina; and Ghanaian Ambassador Akua Sekyiwa Ahenkora.

He welcomed the ambassadors upon taking office in Vietnam and asked them to convey his regards and best greetings to the leaders of their countries.

Despite facing a lot of difficulties and challenges over recent years, Vietnam has gained remarkable achievements in all fields thanks to its determination and efforts, in addition to the assistance from international friends, especially the effective support and cooperation of the aforementioned nations, he said.

The Vietnamese leader hoped that the ambassadors would quickly grasp the situation in Vietnam and serve as important bridges to connect Vietnam with their countries.

Vietnam is willing to create all favourable conditions for the diplomats to fulfil their tasks during their working tenure in the country, he affirmed.


                                      Source: NDO

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