Cuban president receives letters of credence from ten ambassadors 

Havana, May 12 (Prensa Latina) Cuban President Miguel Diaz-Canel on Thursday received the letters of credence from ten new ambassadors, the Presidency on its Twitter account.

Accompanied by Foreign Minister Bruno Rodriguez, the Head of State accepted at a solemn audience the diplomatic accreditation of Charles Isaac, from Saint Lucia; Bakary Yaou Sangare, from Niger; Gonzalo Flavio Guillen Beker, from Peru, and Yvonne Nkwenkwezi, from South Africa.

At the ceremony, he also approved the appointments of Jose Pedro Machado Vieira, from Portugal; John Geoffrey Gartshore, from Canada; Balazs Heincz, from Hungary; Elliston Rahming, frm the Bahamas; Andrian Yelemessov, from Kazakhstan; and Genet Teshome Jirru, from Ethiopia, the source added.


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