'Ems' Have It at Ambassadorial Credentialing Ceremony ({{commentsTotal}})

President Toomas Hendrik Ilves and Mexican Ambassador Norma Bertha Pensado Moreno Source: Photo: Office of the President
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At Kadriorg today, President Toomas Hendrik Ilves received credentials from a number of non-resident ambassadors.

These were the plenipotentiaries of Mexico, Montenegro, Malta and Mongolia - Norma Bertha Pensado Moreno, Ramiz Bašić, Charles L. Mifsud and Zorig Altai.

Meanwhile, on the international front, the Estonian ambassador to Cyprus presented his credentials to President Nicos Anastasiades. Ambassador Margus Rava resides in Athens and is also Estonia’s ambassador to Greece, Albania and Jordan. A press release from the Foreign Ministry noted that more than 10,000 Estonian tourists visit Cyprus annually and that Cyprus is currently the number one destination for Estonian direct investments abroad.



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