10 new envoys present credentials to Rajapaksa

[TamilNet, Saturday, 06 November 2010, 20:55 GMT]
Ten new envoys, including 8 ambassadors and 2 high commissioners, presented their credentials to Sri Lankan president Mahinda Rajapaksa Friday. Colombo has received new envoys from Norway, Switzerland, Cyprus, Mexico, Peru, Oman, Pakistan, Cambodia, Vietnam and Mongolia. Four of the envoys are women.

The two new High Commissioners presented their credentials are Ms Seema Illahi Baloach of Pakistan and Ms Nafsika C.Kroushi of Cyprus.

The eight ambassadors are Ms.Hilde Haralstad of Norway, Ms Yous Malana of Cambodia, Mr. Thomas Litscher of Switzerland, Mr.Jaim Virgilio Nualart Sanchez of Mexico, Mr. Sheik Hunaid Bin Ali Bin Sultan of Oman, Mr.Voroshilov Enkhbold of Mongolia, Mr.Javier Paul Nich of Peru and Mr.Nguyen Thinh Tan of Vietnam.

 

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