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Minister Dr. Malki receives a copy of the credentials of the representative of Chile to the State of Palestine
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Minister Dr. Malki receives a copy of the credentials of the representative of Chile to the State of Palestine

 

The Minister of Foreign Affairs and expatriates Dr. Riad Malki received a copy of the credentials of the head of the Office of the Republic of Chile, Ambassador Ricardo Allen, to the state of Palestine at the ministry's headquarters in Ramallah

Minister Dr. Malki welcomed the new ambassador, praising the bilateral relations between the two countries, expressing his pleasure and appreciation for the development of bilateral relations in various fields. Minister Dr. Malki  noted the importance of forming a joint ministerial committee between the two countries.

Chilean Ambassador Ricardo Allen stressed his country's stance in support of the two-State solution in accordance with the resolutions of international legitimacy and the need to strengthen and develop bilateral relations between the two countries in all fields.

At the end of the meeting, Malki  wished him success in his new duties, expressing the readiness and readiness of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and its various sectors to coordinate and provide the necessary facilities for the success of his missions and diplomatic activities in the State of Palestine.

The handover ceremony was attended by senior advisor Abeer Ramahi, Chief of protocol, Tariq Eid, director of media, attaché Nadia Qarakara of Americas and Caribbean, attaché diplomat Zeina Al Masri from the minister's office.

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