Libya’s GNA receives credentials of seven new ambassadors

Head of Presidential Council Fayez Al-Sirraj receives credentials of The Vatican’s ambassador
The Libyan Government of National Accord (GNA) announced receiving the credentials of sevennew ambassadors to Libya in Tripoli on Sunday.
The media office of the Presidential Council’s Head, Fayez Al-Sirraj, said the new ambassadors were of the countries of The Vatican, Rwanda, Canada, South Korea, Bangladesh, Pakistan, and Norway.
The media office added that the new ambassadors pledged to enhance joint relations and cooperation with Libya on all fields and support the country to get back on its feet once again.
The Head of the Presidential Council, Al-Sirraj, hailed the message of peace and dialogue of religions that is advocated by The Vatican, saying the new ambassadors will help make their countries part of the rebuilding of the Libyan state.
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