UAE Appoints Two Female Ambassadors to France and Poland

  • Publish date: Thursday، 08 July 2021
UAE Appoints Two Female Ambassadors to France and Poland
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His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President, Prime Minister and Ruler of Dubai, received the credentials of several ambassadors of friendly countries at Qasr Al Watan in Abu Dhabi, today.

Hind Manea Saeed Al Otaiba was appointed the UAE Ambassador to France, Dr. Iman Ahmed Mohammed Al Salami the UAE Ambassador to Poland, Dr. Mohammed Saeed Mohammed Al Ariqi the UAE Ambassador to Kazakhstan, and Mohammed Obaid Salem Al Zaabi the UAE Ambassador to the Philippines. All were sworn in before Sheikh Mohammed.

UAE Appoints Two Female Ambassadors to France and Poland

Highness Sheikh Mohammed received the credentials of Naybuti Katunita Bua, Ambassador of Fiji, Onissi Makoi Simati, Ambassador of Tuvalu, and Tucay Tunshir, Ambassador of Turkey.

H.H. Sheikh Mohammed welcomed the newly appointed ambassadors and assured them that they will receive the necessary support to perform their duties and serve the mutual interests of their respective countries and the UAE.

"My brothers, you are serving as ambassadors of the nation, the leadership and the people, and you have a sacred national responsibility. Your duty is to perform your work with proficiency through your valuable diplomatic expertise," he said.

The new ambassadors swore their loyalty to the UAE and promised to serve the country’s interests with devotion and honesty to Sheikh Mohammed. They also swore to respect its laws and the Constitution and protect the confidentiality of their positions.

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