Ambassadors Extraordinary and Plenipotentiaries presented their credentials at a ceremony held in the Yellow Hall of the Republican Palace.
The Ambassadors Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the State of Qatar, Canada, the Republic of Ecuador, the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland and the Italian Republic presented their credentials to the President of the Republic, Laurentino Cortizo Cohen, said the Secretariat of State Communications.
The ambassadors presented their credentials at a ceremony held in the Yellow Hall of the Republican Palace. Cortizo Cohen was accompanied by Secretary of State Erica Moines. and Director of Ceremonies and Ceremonies of the State, Diomedes Carles.
In his academic training, Qatari Ambassador Ahmed Mohammed Nasser Mohammed Al-Dehaimi obtained a Master’s degree in Arts and History from Beirut Arab University (2010) and a Bachelor’s degree in Arts and History from Beirut Arab University (1997).
Within the framework of his practical experience, he held various positions, in the Department of Cooperation Council Affairs (1997-2000) and at the Embassy of the State of Qatar (Beirut), as First Secretary (2005-2007). He was appointed as the country’s ambassador to the People’s Republic of Bangladesh, since November 25, 2015, among other positions.
Canadian Ambassador Kim Urso worked at the Canadian Embassy in Beijing, China, as an advisor to the ambassador on Canada’s priorities in China as well as being a trade commissioner. At the Canadian Embassy in Caracas, Venezuela, she held the position of Consul and Counsellor, among other positions in other countries.
On his part, the Ambassador of the Republic of Ecuador, Fernando Patricio Flores Vázquez, is an expert in political and legislative practice and an entrepreneur. He also served as chair of the Inter-Parliamentary Group between Ecuador and the United States, among others.
While the Ambassador of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, Timothy David Stew, has held various positions in the diplomatic corps, such as the High Commissioner in Trinidad and Tobago, since 2015.
The Ambassador of the Italian Republic, Fabrizio Nicoletti, holds a degree in political science from Luis Guido Carli University in Rome. He joined the diplomatic corps on February 11, 1989. He held various positions such as Minister Plenipotentiary, Ambassador as well as Senior Commercial Adviser in Madrid, among others.
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