Putin to accept credentials from 17 new ambassadors
MOSCOW. April 10 (Interfax) - Russian President Vladimir Putin will accept credentials from 17 newly appointed ambassadors to Russia on April 11.
As usual, the ceremony will take place at the Alexander Hall of the Grand Kremlin Palace, the Kremlin press service said.
The ambassadors are Steve Davies Ugba (Nigeria), Amjad Odeh Adaileh (Jordan), Leslie Akyaa Opoku-Ware (Ghana), Woo Yoon-keun (South Korea), Ihab Talaat Nasr (Egypt), Raed Bin Khaled Qrimli (Saudi Arabia), Jainaba Bah (The Gambia), Johannes Aigner (Austria), Maadhad Hareb Mughair Al Khaiili (the United Arab Emirates), Efren Arnoldo Bernal Chevez (El Salvador), David Maduka (the Republic of the Congo), Gerardo Penalver Portal (Cuba), Ngo Duc Manh (Vietnam), Ramiz Basic (Montenegro), Pasquale Terracciano (Italy), Roger Gnango (Cote d'Ivoire), and Noukpo Clement Kiki (Benin).