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New ambassadors from Argentina, Chile, and Ghana present credentials to President Horta

New ambassadors from Argentina, Chile, and Ghana present credentials to President Horta

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DILI, 28 may 2024 (TATOLI) – The newly appointed Ambassadors from the Argentine Republic, The Republic of Chile, and The Republic of Ghana present credentials to the President of the Republic, Jose Ramos Horta.

Gustavo Ricardo Coppa presented his Letters of Credence as the new Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the Argentine Republic to the Democratic Republic of Timor-Leste, resident in Jakarta, Indonesia

Mario Ignacio Artaza Loyola presented his Letters of Credence as the new Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the Republic of Chile to the Democratic Republic of Timor-Leste, also resident in Jakarta.

Florence Buerki Akonor Presented her Letters of Credence as the new Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the Republic of Ghana to the Democratic Republic of Timor-Leste, resident in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

The Head of State welcome the new Ambassadors and reaffirmed Timor-Leste’s commitment to strengthening friendly relations and bilateral cooperation with Argentina, Chile, and Ghana for the mutual benefit of all peoples.

The President highlighted Timor-Leste’s longstanding ties with Argentina dating back to the establishment of diplomatic relations in 2002.

He welcomes ongoing cooperation, including through a 2013 technical cooperation agreement facilitating exchanges and joint projects.

With Chile, the President noted the two nations’ historical relationship during Timor-Leste’s struggle for independence.

Horta expressed appreciation for Chile’s support of Timor-Leste’s candidacies at the United Nations and hope for expanded ties with the new Ambassador.

Regarding Ghana, President Ramos-Horta reiterated Timor-Leste’s desire to bolster friendly relations initiated in 2002.

The Head of State encouraged Ghana to establish a resident diplomatic mission in Dili to facilitate closer cooperation, including through multilateral forums like the g7+ and CPLP.

The President congratulated the three new Ambassadors and looked forward to working closely with them to advance the respective bilateral agendas, enhance the bonds of friendship, and explore mutually beneficial partnerships across various sectors in the years ahead.

 

Journalist: Camilio de Sousa

Editor: Filomeno Martins

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