New Ukraine, India Ambassadors to Macedonia present credentials to President Ivanov


The new Ukrainian and Indian Ambassadors to Macedonia,  Natalia Zadorozhnyuk and  Pooja Kapur respectively, presented Friday their credentials to President Gjorge Ivanov.

At the meeting with Ukraine's Ambassador, Ivanov commended the friendly relations between the two countries and their readiness for advancing the cooperation in the spheres of mutual interest, the President's Office said in a press release.

The bilateral relations are based on trust, mutual understanding and support, Zadorozhnyuk said, voicing belief in their further advancing.

Ivanov also commended the friendly relations between Macedonia and India. Advancing the regulation framework and the economic cooperation offer possibilities for a large-scope bilateral relations, Ivanov   told Sofia-based Ambassador Kapur.

The bilateral relations will keep advancing, especially via more intensive cooperation in the spheres of economy and culture, Kapur said.

Ivanov wished success to the ambassadors during their  diplomatic tenure in Macedonia, the press release reads. 

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