Felipe VI receives the Letters of Accreditation from japanese ambassador, last october 6th./ Photo: A.R.
The Diplomat. Madrid
Six new ambassadors will present, on Thursday, 8 January, their Letters of Accreditation to the King, in a ceremony which will be held at the Royal Palace, as is traditional.
The six ambassadors, who have already been carrying out their work for a while in Spain, having presented the copies of their accreditation to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, are representatives from Panama, María de las Mercedes de la Guardia; Egypt, Ahmed Shafik Ismail Abdelmoet; Ireland; David Cooney; Hungary, Enyko Gyory; Portugal, Francisco Ribeiro de Menezes; and China, Lyu Fan.
Each will have 20 minutes where, after having greeted Felipe VI, they will have a conversation with him.
They are representatives for Panama, Egypt, Ireland, Hungary, Portugal and China
The presentation of the Letters of Accreditation will allow them to be present at the Reception for the Diplomatic Corps, offered by the King, scheduled for the fourth week of January.
Another group of already named ambassadors, made up of those from Senegal, South Africa, Gabon, Ghana, the Dominican Republic, Greece, Albania and Monaco, will however not be able to attend the act, as they will not have been be to present their Letters of Accreditation before the Monarch at that time.