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Farewell to mark Ambassador Popov’s departure


On the picture H.E.  Mirsada Čolaković , H.E. Igor Popov and Maja Popova.

The Ambassador of Bosnia and Herzegovina, H.E. Ms.  Mirsada Čolaković offered a farewell reception at the official residence of Bosnia and Herzegovina to mark the departure of the ambassador of the Republic of Macedonia and Permanent Representative of the Republic of Macedonia to the OPCW, H.E. Mr. Igor Popov.

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Maja Popova, Ambassador Popov, H.E. Petar Vico, Ambassador of Serbia and H.E. Per Holmström, Ambassador of Sweden.

After four years of dedicated service in The Netherlands, ambassador Igor Popov will leave The Hague to return to his homeland. H.E. Popov served as ambassador in Slovenia, Consul General in Istanbul and first secretary at the Embassy of the Republic of Macedonia in Washington DC

In her speech, ambassador Čolaković emphasised her amicable relations with ambassador Popov. She stressed that the entire diplomatic corps will miss his spirit, presence and friendly cooperation and that Ambassador Popov represented his country in the best way in the Netherlands.

H.E. Mirsada Čolaković and H.E. Igor Popov.

On the farewell reception, 25 Heads of Missions and International organisations came together as friends to say goodbye to ambassador Popov.

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