President Stevo Pendarovski received today the letters of credence of the newly appointed Ambassadors of Mongolia and the Republic of Ghana to the Republic of North Macedonia.
At the ceremony of presenting the credentials by the Ambassador of Mongolia, resident in Sofia, Sayanaa Lkhagvasuren, President Pendarovski stressed that there are opportunities for more comprehensive development dynamics of the relations between the two countries, both bilaterally and multilaterally, especially for deepening economic ties, as well as enriching cooperation in the field of culture, science and education.
Ambassador Lkhagvasuren stressed the full commitment and giving the highest priority to promoting new opportunities in bilateral cooperation and advancing the existing friendly relations between the two countries.
At the ceremony of presenting the credentials by the newly appointed Ambassador of the Republic of Ghana, resident in Prague, James Komla Nyasembi, President Pendarovski expressed confidence that joint efforts will contribute to deepening and enriching bilateral relations and mutual cooperation in all areas of mutual interest of both countries and their citizens.
Ambassador Nyasembi expressed confidence that efforts will be made to strengthen cordial relations and cooperation between the two countries in the context of improving trade, investment and tourism relations, as well as cooperation at bilateral and multilateral levels to achieve global peace and the principles of sustainable development goals.
President Pendarovski wished the newly appointed Ambassadors of Mongolia, Sayanaa Lkhagvasuren, and the Republic of Ghana, James Komla Nyasembi, success in performing their responsible diplomatic duties.