Zoran Jolevski - Macedonia's first non-resident ambassador to Mexico
24. January 2011. | 08:19
Skopje, 21 January 2011 (MIA) - Macedonian Ambassador to the United States, Zoran Jolevski, yesterday handed over credentials to the President of the United Mexican States, Felipe Calderón, thus becoming the first Macedonian non-resident ambassador to Mexico.
At a ceremony held in the presidential palace based in Mexico City, Ambassador Jolevski stressed the importance of advancing relations between the countries and boosting cooperation in several fields that are of mutual interest, the Foreign Ministry says Friday in a press release.
President Calderón expressed content with the appointment of a Macedonian ambassador in Mexico, saying he hoped that this act would contribute to bringing the two countries and nations closer, reads the press release.
Furthermore, the President extended an invitation to Macedonian PM Nikola Gruevski to pay a visit to Mexico.
The formal ceremony was also attended by Foreign Minister of Mexico, Patricia Espinosa Cantellano.
In the course of his stay in Mexico, Ambassador Jolevski held several meetings in Mexico's ministries of foreign affairs and economy and in the economic chamber.