President Louis Abenader received, Monday morning, the credentials of the ambassadors of Canada, South Korea and Russia.
The musical notes of the national anthem were listened to at 9:24 and received In-ho is mine Who spoke with an interpreter with the President for 11 minutes.
He told President Lee that the government is seeking to strengthen relations with South Korea, and thanked him and expressed his hope that he and his family would feel comfortable in the country.
Lee holds a BA in English with an MA in Public Administration from the University of Michigan, USA.
At 9:39 am, the Canadian ambassador entered the ambassadors’ room to hand over her credentials to the President, with whom she had a conversation fluent in Spanish for 10 minutes.
Christine LaBerg He holds a master’s and postgraduate degrees in management, in addition to a degree in political science from the University of Montreal, and is fluent in French, English, Spanish, Portuguese and Catalan.
The last one to attend was the Russian ambassador, Sergey Malik Bagdasarov Who was received at 9:52 pm by the President and Foreign Minister Roberto Alvarez and spoke in Spanish for 10 minutes.
Bagdasarov is fluent in Spanish, Portuguese and English and holds the rank of diplomat, minister extraordinary and second-class plenipotentiary.