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Russian President Vladimir Putin has begun a ceremony of receiving credentials from eight new ambassadors to Russia
Russian President Vladimir Putin has begun a ceremony of receiving credentials from eight new ambassadors to Russia, including two CIS states and Palestine. The ceremony is held in the St. Alexander’s Hall of the Grand Kremlin Palace. Invited to the Kremlin on Thursday are new Azerbaijani and Kazakh Ambassadors to Russia - Polad Bul-Bul ogly and Zhanssit Kanssituly Tumeibayev. Besides, the Ambassadors of Guatemala - Lars Henrik Pira Perez, Morocco- Noureddine Sefiani, Palestine - Baker Abdel Munem, Ghana - Edward Apau Mantei, New Zealand - Christopher John Elder and Egypt - Izzat Saad El-Sayed will present credentials to the Russian president.
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