BANGKOK, 14 August 2014 – His Royal Highness Crown Prince Maha Vajiralongkorn on Wednesday (Aug 13) represented His Majesty the King in receiving credentials from seven newly appointed foreign ambassadors to Thailand at the Amporn Palace.
The new ambassadors who presented their Letters of Credence to the Crown Prince on the day were as follows:
– Mr. Gruia Jacota, the ambassador of Romania. Mr. Gruia Jacota used to be assigned as Charge d’Affaires of the Romanian embassy in Thailand before taking up the current post.
– Mr. Khalid Abdelgadir Shukri, the ambassador of the Republic of Sudan who has a permanent residence in Malaysia. Mr.Khalid Abdelgadir Shukri used to hold the position of Sudanese ambassador to Malaysia before coming to Bangkok.
– Mr. Abdullah Jomaa Abdullah Alsharhan, the ambassador of the State of Kuwait. Before Thailand, Mr. Abdullah Jomaa Abdullah Alsharhan used to hold the position of Kuwaiti ambassador to Zimbabwe.
– Mr. Harsh Vardhan Shringla, the ambassador of the Republic of India. Mr. Vardhan Shringla was the Director-General of the Indian Department for Bangladesh-Sri Lanka-and Maldives Affairs before being posted to Bangkok.
– Mr. Abdullah Shleh Ahmed Al-Maimani, the ambassador of the Sultanate of Oman. Mr. Al-Maimani earlier held the position of Director-General of the Department of Operations of the Omani Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
– And lastly, Mr. Zenon Kuchciak, the ambassador of the Republic of Poland. Mr. Kuchciak served as a deputy director attached to the Office of the Inspectors-General of the Polish Ministry of Foreign Affairs before being promoted to the new rank.