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Photos: President Bush Meets With New Ambassadors to the U.S.

The White House
Oval Office
Washington, DC
July 25, 2007

President George W. Bush met with newly appointed ambassadors to the United States on Wednesday, July 25, 2007, in the Oval Office at the White House, for a credentials ceremony for these ambassadors. White House photos by Eric Draper.

President Bush with Ambassador Amin Salum Ali of the African Union Mission, July 25, 2007, at the White House for a credentials ceremony for new ambassadors to the U.S. White House photo-Eric Draper
Ambassador Amin Salum Ali of the African Union Mission

President Bush with Ambassador M. Humayun Kabir of the Republic of Bangladesh July 25, 2007, at the White House for a credentials ceremony for new ambassadors to the U.S. White House photo-Eric Draper
Ambassador M. Humayun Kabir of the Republic of Bangladesh

President Bush with Ambassador Mory Karamoko Kaba of the Republic of Guinea, July 25, 2007, at the White House for a credentials ceremony for new ambassadors to the U.S. White House photo-Eric Draper
Ambassador Mory Karamoko Kaba of the Republic of Guinea

President Bush with Ambassador Erlan Idrissov of the Republic of Kazakhstan, July 25, 2007, at the White House for a credentials ceremony for new ambassadors to the U.S. White House photo-Eric Draper
Ambassador Erlan Idrissov of the Republic of Kazakhstan

President Bush with Ambassador Andrejs Pildegovics of the Republic of Latvia, July 25, 2007, at the White House for a credentials ceremony for new ambassadors to the U.S. White House photo-Eric Draper
Ambassador Andrejs Pildegovics of the Republic of Latvia

President Bush with Ambassador Zoran Jolevski of the Repuplic of Macedonia, July 25, 2007, at the White House for a credentials ceremony for new ambassadors to the U.S. White House photo-Eric Draper
Ambassador Zoran Jolevski of the Repuplic of Macedonia

President Bush with Ambassador Mark Miceli-Farrugia of the Republic of Malta, July 25, 2007, at the White House for a credentials ceremony for new ambassadors to the U.S. White House photo-Eric Draper
Ambassador Mark Miceli-Farrugia of the Republic of Malta

President Bush with Ambassador James Kimonyo of the Republic of Rwanda, July 25, 2007, at the White House for a credentials ceremony for new ambassadors to the U.S. White House photo-Eric Draper
Ambassador James Kimonyo of the Republic of Rwanda

President Bush with Ambassador Paolo Rondelli of the Republic of San Marino, July 25, 2007, at the White House for a credentials ceremony for new ambassadors to the U.S. White House photo-Eric Draper
Ambassador Paolo Rondelli of the Republic of San Marino

President Bush with Ambassador Ombeni Yohana Sefue of the United Republic of Tanzania 07-25-07 at the White House for a credentials ceremony for new ambassadors to U.S. White House photo-Eric Draper
Ambassador Ombeni Yohana Sefue of the United Republic of Tanzania

President Bush with Ambassador Krit Garnjana-Goonchorn of the Kingdom of Thailand 07-25-07 at the White House for a credentials ceremony for new ambassadors to the U.S. White House photo-Eric Draper
Ambassador Krit Garnjana-Goonchorn of the Kingdom of Thailand


Released on July 25, 2007

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