President Ruto receives credentials from newly-appointed Ambassadors to Kenya.
President Ruto has expressed Kenya’s commitment to building and strengthening diplomatic partnerships with other nations. The Head of State was speaking during the presentation of credentials from newly-appointed ambassadors to Kenya at State House in Nairobi.
According to the President, these relationships have the potential to positively impact people’s lives and contribute to global prosperity.
The four newly-appointed Ambassadors to Kenya who presented their credentials to the President are Wael Nasreldin Attiya (Egypt), Ali Ami Mohamed Limam (Sharawi Arab Democratic Republic), Savvas Vladimirou (Cyprus), and Ruzaimi bin Mohamad (Malaysia)
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“Diplomatic relations with other nations are important for advancing the economic, social and cultural interests for the benefit of the Kenyan people,” he noted.
President Ruto extended his congratulations to the newly-appointed ambassadors and wished them success as they embark on their diplomatic missions in Kenya.