Six new ambassadors presented their credentials to President Emmerson Mnangagwa at State House in Harare on Thursday afternoon.
Envoys that presented their credentials are Norway ambassador Ms Trine Skymoen, ambassador of the Republic of Cyprus to Zimbabwe Yannis Lacovou, representative of the Republic of Somalia to Zimbabwe Mr Jamal Mohamed Barrow, ambassador of Poland Mr Andrzej Khantak, Rwandan ambassador Mrs Monic Mukuruliza and the new ambassador of the Czech Republic to Zimbabwe Mr Radek Rubesh.
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