Newly appointed ambassadors pledge to safeguard Ethiopia’s interests in a Swearing-in Ceremony

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The ambassadors appointed recently by President Sahle-work Zewde took an oath before the President today (June 16, 2020) pledging to safeguard their country’s interests and carry out their duties at the utmost of their abilities.

Delivering a speech in the swearing-in ceremony, President Sahle-work urges the ambassadors to be vigilant in identifying opportunities abroad that can be tailored to the needs of their country.

President Sahle-work also reiterated the profound importance of engaging the Ethiopian Diaspora community in fruitful activities that can advance the prosperity of people at home.

The president further urged

the ambassadors to groom junior staff members to make them ready to carry out further responsibilities in future endeavors.

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Congratulating the ambassadors during the ceremony, the minister of the Foreign Affairs of Ethiopia, Gedu Andargachew expressed his strong belief that the ambassadors would advance Ethiopia’s interests in the bilateral and multilateral fora.

State ministers and senior officials from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs attended the swearing-in ceremony.

*Green Legacy Initiative of Ethiopia, the ambassadors planted trees in the premises of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Ethiopia.

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