President Ivanov receives credentials from ambassadors of Japan and Mongolia


President Gjorge Ivanov was presented Tuesday with letters of credence by the new ambassadors of Japan and Mongolia to Macedonia.

At a meeting with Keiko Haneda, Japan’s first resident ambassador to Macedonia, President Ivanov expressed satisfaction with the opening of a Japanese embassy in Skopje, which is yet another confirmation of the friendly ties established between the two country, his cabinet said in a press release.

“I am confident your activities as resident ambassador of Japan to Macedonia will contribute to further advancing our relations by introducing fresh forms and initiatives, first and foremost at an economic level, which will help increase Japan’s visibility in Macedonia and launch a fruitful economic cooperation in the interest of Japanese companies and the citizens in Macedonia,” Ivanov noted.

Japan, Ambassador Haneda said, considers the stability and prosperity of Southeast Europe very important. “In the region, the stable development of the Republic of Macedonia plays an important role and Japan is a strong supporter of the country on its Euro-Atlantic integration path,” she stressed.

Receiving credentials from Dashjamts Batsaikhan, the Sofia-based Ambassador of Mongolia, President Ivanov said that the countries, despite sharing a geographical distance, had a great potential to advance bilateral relations for the benefit of the two nations.

Ambassador Batsaikhan vowed he would commit to promoting friendly cooperation between the two countries.

Moreover, the Macedonian President wished the two ambassadors success in performing their diplomatic duties offering his support for the duration of their terms.


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