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01.12.2021 20:42 News >> 3 African Ambassadors Present Letter Of Credence To Turkish President

3 African Ambassadors Present Letter Of Credence To Turkish President

Dipuo Letsatsi Duba, Yacoub Mohamed, Sofiane Mimouni hand letters of credence to Erdogan in Ankara.

The ambassadors of South Africa, Tanzania, and Algeria to Turkey presented their letters of credence Wednesday to the Turkish president in Ankara.
Recep Tayyip Erdogan received South African Ambassador Dipuo Letsatsi-Duba, her Tanzanian counterpart Yacoub Mohamed and Algerian counterpart Sofiane Mimouni in separate meetings at the Presidential Complex.
Erdogan, the ambassadors and accompanying embassy staff took souvenir photographs after the presentation of the letters. -



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