President Mulatu receives credentials of six ambassadors

President Mulatu received yester day the credentials of ambassadors from six countries.

The ambassadors of South Korea, Portugal, New Zealand, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Georgia and Nepal presented their credentials at a ceremony held at the National Palace.

A welcoming ceremony was accorded to the ambassadors who conferred with President Mulatu on issues of bilateral relations.

Speaking on the occasion, Prisedent Mulatu said Ethiopia wants to strengthen its bilateral relations with the respective countries that the ambassadors represent.

Ministry of Foreign Affairs Spokesperson Melese Alem, who was present during the occasion, said the President has expressed Ethiopia's readiness to work with the ambassadors on the basis of mutual benefits and cooperation and requested the ambassadors to contribute their parts in this regard.

The newly appointed ambassadors of New Zealand, South Korea and Portugal told ENA that they are ready to work together with the government of Ethiopia to promote relations and benefit.

Beyond political consultation and fostering closer relations, the ambassadors added that they would work towards the promotion of trade and investment between Ethiopia and their respective countries.

February 28, 2018 (ENA)