Tunisia: President Marzouki Hands Credentials to Tunisia's New Ambassadors

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President of Tunisia, Moncef Marzouki

Carthage — An official ceremony was held, on Friday at the Carthage palace, during which six new ambassadors of Tunisia were sworn in before President of the Republic Moncef Marzouki.

Tunisia's new ambassadors to sisterly and friendly countries, to whom the President of the Republic handed their credentials, are:

-Sghaier Fatnassi, ambassador in Kuwait City (Kuwait)

-Tarek Saadi, ambassador in Athens (Greece)

-Skander Denguezli, ambassador in Dakar (Senegal)

-Mohamed Ali Nafti, ambassador in Seoul (South Korea)

-Majid Hamlaoui, ambassador in Belgrade (Serbia)

-Mohamed Khaled Khiari, Tunisia's permanent ambassador to the United Nations Organisation.

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