HM King receives credentials of four new ambassadors

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Manama, June 16 (BNA): His Majesty King Hamad bin Isa Al Khalifa today received the credentials of four new ambassadors during a ceremony held at the Al-Sakhir Palace here.


 The new envoys are H.E Esin Çakıl of Turkey, H.E Kamal Al-Qizani of Tunisia, H.E Muhammad Ayub of Pakistan, and H.E. Miyamoto Masayuki of Japan. 


 HM King Hamad exchanged welcome statements with the new ambassadors, and lauded the strong bilateral relations and steadily-growing ties binding the Kingdom of Bahrain and their brotherly and friendly countries, wishing them every success in performing their diplomatic duties to consolidate relations of cooperation and friendship with Bahrain.


 The ambassadors conveyed to HM the King greetings and appreciation from their countries' leaders, who wished HM King Hamad abundant health and happiness and Bahrain and its people further progress and prosperity, lauding the solid relations between their countries and Bahrain.


The ceremony was attended by the HM the King’s Personal Representative, HM the King’s Representative for Humanitarian Work and Youth Affairs, Royal Court Minister, Royal Protocols chief and Assistant Foreign Minister.


The ambassadors arrived at the Al-Sakhir Palace separately, and were each welcomed by the Royal Protocols chief.