New Slovakian Ambassador to Macedonia presents copy of his credentials to FM Dimitrov

The new Slovakian Ambassador to Macedonia, Henrik Markus, presented Friday a copy of his credentials to Foreign Minister Nikola Dimitrov.

Dimitrov and Markus voiced satisfaction with the Macedonian-Slovakian relations and readiness for their further development, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs said in a press release.

Dimitrov whished for Markus to have a successful mission in Macedonia, expressing belief that his diplomatic skill and personal engagement would contribute substantially to developing the relations between the two friendly countries.

Markus on his part voiced belief in and readiness for advancing the bilateral ties by intensifying the cooperation in all spheres of mutual interest, the press release reads. 


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