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Qatar welcomes six new Ambassadors

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The Amir of Qatar, Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al-Thani, received on sunday the credentials of six ambassadors who will represent their respective countries.

The event was marked by official reception ceremonies upon the ambassadors' arrival at the Amiri Diwan

The Amir of Qatar, Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al-Thani, received on sunday the credentials of six ambassadors who will represent their respective countries.

The newly accredited ambassadors include:

  • Ambassador of the People's Republic of China, Cao Xiaolin.
  • Ambassador of the United Kingdom, Neerav Patel.
  • Ambassador of the Kyrgyz Republic, Marat Nuraliev.
  • Ambassador of the Kingdom of Norway, Olav Myklebust.
  • Ambassador of New Zealand, Richard George Kay.
  • Ambassador of the Kingdom of Cambodia, Sman Man

During the ceremony, Sheikh Tamim extended a warm welcome to the ambassadors and expressed his best wishes for their successful assignments in Qatar.

He emphasized the importance of fostering stronger relations between Qatar and their respective nations, promoting growth, and enhancing cooperation.

The event was marked by official reception ceremonies upon the ambassadors' arrival at the Amiri Diwan, signifying the significance of their diplomatic roles in strengthening international ties and collaborations with Qatar.

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