The new ambassadors of Israel, Saudi Arabia, Germany, China and Canada handed over their letters of credential to President Pedro Castillo this morning, through which he formalized his diplomatic assignment in Peru.
The ceremony began with the distribution of credentials to the Ambassador of the State of Israel, Aran Samuel Yuvan.
Following this, the Ambassador of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia Hassan bin Mohammed Alansari was present.
Similarly, the new ambassador of the Federal Republic of Germany, Sabine Bloch; Song Yang, from the People’s Republic of China; and from Canada Louis-Clement Marcotte.
The new ambassadors conveyed to President Castillo the brotherly greetings of his people and his governments.
The protocol ceremony at the Government Palace was attended by the Minister of Foreign Affairs, César Landa Arroyo, and was accompanied by Farandola of “Mariscal Domingo Nieto”, escorted by the President, who explained each country’s anthem upon entry. The headquarters of the Government Palace.
After the ceremony, the President held an audience with each diplomat in the Ambassadors’ Chamber.
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