President of Zimbabwe Receives Credentials of Qatar’s Ambassador

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HE President of the Republic of Zimbabwe Emmerson Mnangagwa received the credentials of HE Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the State of Qatar (non resident) to the Republic of Zimbabwe, Abdulla Hussain Al Jaber.

HE the Ambassador conveyed the greetings of HH the Amir Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al-Thani to HE the President of the Republic of Zimbabwe and HH's wishes of good health and happiness to him, and to the Government and people of Zimbabwe further progress and prosperity.

For his part, HE President of the Republic of Zimbabwe entrusted HE the Ambassador to convey his greetings to HH the Amir, and his wishes of good health and happiness, and to people of Qatar further progress and prosperity.

HE the President also wished HE the Ambassador success in his new duties and in strengthening the friendly relations and cooperation between the State of Qatar and the Republic of Zimbabwe. 

Distributed by APO Group on behalf of Ministry of Foreign Affairs of The State of Qatar.

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