King receives credentials <br/> of newly appointed envoys

King receives credentials
of newly appointed envoys

Amman, Dec. 3. 2013 (Petra) -- His Majesty King Abdullah II on Tuesday received the credentials of a number of newly-appointed ambassadors to the Kingdom.



The King received credentials of Ambassador of Canada Bruno Saccomani, Ambassador of Norway Sissel Breie, Ambassador of Czech Petr Hladik, Non-Resident Ambassador of Uzbekistan Oybek Usmanov, Non-Resident Ambassador of Mongolia Odonjil Banzragch and Non-Resident Ambassador of Djibouti Mohammed Ali Mo'men.

Arriving for the ceremony, the King was greeted by a guard of honour as a military band played the national anthems of Jordan and the eight nations.

The envoys laid wreaths on the tombs of the late King Hussein, King Abdullah I, founder of Jordan and King Talal.

The accreditation ceremony was attended by Chief of the Royal Court Fayez Tarawneh and Minister of Foreign Affairs and Expatriate Affairs Nasser Judeh.