During the official ceremony at the State Residence, the Head of State, Igor Dodon, received credentials from five appointed ambassadors: H.E. Sardar Mohammad Rahman Ogly, Ambassador of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan with residence in Kiev; H.E. Ahmar Azeth, Ambassador of the Republic of Indonesia with residence in Bucharest; H.E. Sören Jensen, Ambassador of the Kingdom of Denmark with residence in Bucharest; H.E. Lino Bianco, Ambassador of the Republic of Malta with residence in Malta; H.E. Jusupbek Sharipov, Ambassador of the Republic of Kyrgyzstan with residence in Kiev.
During the conversation, the President wished success to every diplomat in the implementation of the mandate in our country. Igor Dodon noted that he advocated an active political dialogue between the Republic of Moldova and the represented countries, as well as continuation of an effective share of views on topical issues on the bilateral agenda.
In this context, the President expressed the hope that the accreditation of new ambassadors in the Republic of Moldova would give a new impetus to the realization of cooperation potential in all areas of mutual interest.