Luanda (HAN) June 11.2016. Public Diplomacy & Regional Security News. The Angolan head of State José Eduardo dos Santos Friday in Luanda accredited seven new ambassadors, five of them from Africa, one from Australia and one from America.
They are the ambassadors of Ethiopia, Mustafe Dek Abdisalam, Somalia, Jamal Mohamed Barrow, Central African Republic, André Nzapayeca, Burkina Faso, Salamata Tapssoba, South Sudan, Philip Jada Natana, Australia, Adam Justine MacCarty and Chile, Carlos Parker, all with non-resident status.
The head of State, José Eduardo dos Santos, received the credentials of the above mentioned diplomats in separate ceremonies.
South Sudan and Central African Republic are member states of the International Conference on the Great Lakes Region. Both are opening their missions within the context of friendship and cooperation ties they enjoy with the Republic of Angola.
The ceremony was witnessed by the Foreign minister, Georges Rebelo Pinto Chikoti, and officials of that ministerial department.
On the other hand last Thursday June 9, the Angolan Head of State, José Eduardo dos Santos accredited the ambassadors of Equatorial Guinea, Marcos Mba Ondo Andeme, Islamic Republic of Mauritania, Cheikh Sid
Ahmed Ould El Beyake, Sahrawi Arab Democratic Republic , Moahamed
Bah Cheik, Italy, Claudio Misca, Denmark, Trine Rask Tygesen, Korea, Kim Dong Chan and Indonesia, Basuki Eddy, all with resident status.