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Rousseff receives credentials of 22 ambassadors

Indonesia, a country with which Brazil had a diplomatic incident in

Publicado em 04/11/2015 - 16:08

Por Yara Aquino reports from Agência Brasil Brasília

Brasília - Presidenta Dilma Rousseff recebe do Embaixador do Turcomenistão, Aksoltan Toreevna Atayeva Cartas Credenciais dos Embaixadores Estrangeiros (José Cruz/Agência Brasil)

Brasília - Rousseff received the credentials of 22 ambassadors during a ceremony held at the presidential palaceRoberto Stuckert Filho/PR

President Dilma Rousseff received Wednesday (Nov. 4) the credentials of 22 ambassadors set to work in Brazil, among them Indonesia's Toto Riyanto. In February, Rousseff did not accept the diplomat's documents after Indonesia executed Brazilian citizen Marco Archer, sentenced to death for drug trafficking in that country.

The president appealed for clemency to the Indonesian government, but her requests were not granted. At the time, Rousseff said she had postponed the acceptance of credentials until it became clear in what terms the two countries were, after which the Indonesian government called Riyanto back to Jakarta. Rodrigo Gularte, another Brazilian, also sentenced to death for drug dealing, was executed in April.

On Wednesday, while receiving Riyanto's credentials, Rousseff talked briefly with the diplomat, as she did with the all the others, and both posed for pictures.

Apart from Indonesia, the countries represented in the ceremony are Luxemburg, Latvia, Turkmenistan, Algeria, New Zealand, the Philippines, the Dominican Republic, Costa Rica, Malawi, North Korea, South Korea, the Emirates, Canada, Sri Lanka, France, Mali, Egypt, Sudan, Gabon, and the European Union.


Translated by Fabrício Ferreira


Fonte: Rousseff receives credentials of 22 ambassadors
Edição: Graça Adjuto / Augusto Queiroz

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