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April 12, 2021

President Iohannis welcomed incoming UAE, India and Ghana’s ambassadors to Bucharest to receive their credentials

President Klaus Iohannis welcomed on Thursday incoming United Arab Emirates’ (UAE) ambassador in Romania Ahmed Abdullah Bin Saeed Al Matrooshi; India’s Thanglura Darlong, and Ghana’s Virginia Hesse, to receive their letters of credence.

At the meeting with Bin Saeed Al Matrooshi, Iohannis praised the positive dynamics of the excellent traditional relations between Romania and the UAE, and reiterated Romania’s interest in deepening bilateral dialogue and cooperation.

In his conversation with India’s Darlong, Iohannis hailed the 70th anniversary in 2018 of Romanian-Indian bilateral relations, which coincides with the 5th anniversary of an extended partnership between the two countries.

The chief of state pointed out at the meeting with the Ghana’s Hesse Romania’s interest in developing bilateral cooperation with Ghana, which is traditionally a relevant partner of Romania in Africa.

According to a press statement released by the Presidential Administration, Iohannis wished each ambassador success with accomplishing their missions, assuring them of the full support of the Romanian officials in this respect.

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