President receives credentials from ambassadors of number of foreign states
Baku, Azerbaijan, Sept. 11
President of the Kyrgyz Republic Sooronbay Jeenbekov received letters of credence from Ambassadors of Great Britain Charles Garrett, Kazakhstan Kairat Nurpeisov, Malaysia Hendy Assan, and Indonesia Sunario Kartadinata, Trend reports with reference to Kabar which cited presidential press service.
President Jeenbekov congratulated the ambassadors on the beginning of their diplomatic mission in Kyrgyzstan, wished them success in their activities and expressed confidence that they would make a significant contribution to strengthening relations between the countries.
Discussing the issues of bilateral and multilateral cooperation with each of the ambassadors, the President expressed readiness and interest in deepening cooperation in trade and economic, cultural-humanitarian, political spheres, as well as in the development of parliamentary democracy, tourism and investment cooperation.
British Ambassador Charles Garrett welcomed the head of state in Kyrgyz and noted the study of the state language of the host country is a sign of respect for the state. He stressed that he is fortunate to have a diplomatic mission in Kyrgyzstan at this very interesting stage of his development.
Ambassador of Indonesia Sunario Kartadinata expressed interest in intensifying cooperation in all areas of mutual interest. He noted that international EXPO exhibitions will be held in Indonesia in the near future and invited Kyrgyz entrepreneurs to take part in them.
The Kazakh, Malaysian and Armenian ambassadors assured Sooronbay Jeenbekov that they would do their utmost to bring the countries closer together, expressing readiness for constructive and active cooperation on a wide range of issues.