President of the Republic of Tajikistan

Presentation by new ambassadors of their letters of credence

31.01.2012 15:00, Dushanbe city

President of the country Emomali Rahmon received letters of credence from the Ambassadors Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of 8 states – the Republic of Italy Ricardo Manara, the Kingdom of Denmark Risdal Jensen, Ireland Philip McDonagh, the Republic of Slovakia Yurai Sivachek, the Republic of Lithuania Rokas Bernotas, the Republic of Estonia Jaan Hein, State of Israel Hilel Newman and the Socialist Republic of Vietnam Le Man Luan.

President of the country Emomali Rahmon repeatedly emphasized a keen interest of Tajikistan in strengthening and expanding cooperation with European Union and its member states during the talk with ambassadors, 6 of which were from Europe.

There was also expressed interest in the enhancement of relationships with State of Israel, including the development of socio-economic ties and cooperation in spheres of agriculture, health, science, and technology.

Referring to the fruitful activities of 9 joint enterprises of Vietnam in Tajikistan, President Emomali Rahmon highly evaluated the prospects of cooperation with this country of South-East Asia.

Moreover, an exchange of views took place on regional and world issues, as well as different subjects of interest during the talk.

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