Marcos hopes non-resident envoys would learn about Philippines

Marcos hopes non-resident envoys would learn about Philippines

By: - Reporter / @JMangaluzINQ
/ 12:00 PM May 15, 2024


Philippine President Ferdinand Marcos Jr. FILE PHOTO/Agence France-Presse

MANILA, Philippines — President Ferdinand Marcos Jr. said he hoped the new non-resident ambassadors to the Philippines would learn more about the country, according to the Palace on Wednesday.

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On Tuesday, Marcos received the credentials of the ambassadors from Belarus, Ghana, Turkmenistan, Malta, Dominican Republic, and Nicaragua. Since they are non-resident, they will not be living in the country.


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“Although, we are far away I believe that distance, we should not allow distance to get in the way of our continuing relations and I hope you should learn more about the Philippines and that you will be able to explore some other possibilities… to the mutual benefit of our countries,” Marcos told the Ambassador-designate of Nicaragua, Sandy Anabell Dávila Sandoval.

The ambassadors whose credentials the President received are following:

  1. Belarus – Raman Ramanouski
  2. Ghana –  Florence Buerki Akonor
  3. Turkmenistan – Atadurdy Bayramov
  4. Malta – John Busuttil
  5. Dominican Republic – Jaime Yorquis Francisco Rodriguez
  6. Nicaragua – Sandy Anabell Dávila Sandoval
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