Bishkek [Kyrgyzstan], July 8: President of Kyrgyzstan SadyrZhaparov received on Friday credentials from ambassadors of Palestine, Kuwait, the Kingdom of Bahrain, the Kingdom of Denmark and Georgia with a residence in third countries, his press service reported.
Letters of Credence were presented by Ambassadors of Palestine - Javad Mohammad Awad, Kuwait - Omar Ahmed Mohammad Murad Al-Kandari, Bahrain - Muhammad Ghassan Muhammad Adnan Sheikho, Denmark - JakobHenningsen, Georgia - NikolozLaliasvili.
The ceremony began with a greeting by the Guard of Honor of the heads of foreign diplomatic missions, after which the ambassadors presented their credentials to President SadyrZhaparov.
The head of state congratulated the ambassadors on the official start of diplomatic activity in the Kyrgyz Republic and wished great success in their responsible service.
He noted that since independence Kyrgyzstan has been consistently developing political dialogue, trade and economic cooperation with all countries of the world. In particular, the Kyrgyz side is ready for a mutually beneficial and productive partnership with Palestine, Kuwait, Bahrain, Denmark and Georgia.
Due to the fact that these countries do not have embassies directly in Bishkek, but are domiciled in third countries, the president urged them to open diplomatic missions in Kyrgyzstan.
The head of state stressed the readiness to provide them with land in Bishkek to open their embassies.
President SadyrZhaparov emphasized that the heads of diplomatic missions can always count on the support of their activities in the country both from the Cabinet of Ministers and personally from the head of state.
Source: Kabar News Agency