Credentials ceremony: Sherry Rehman meets President Obama

Rehman has already met US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and Special Envoy for the Af-Pak region Marc Grossman.

Huma Imtiaz January 19, 2012

WASHINGTON: In a ceremony held in the Oval Office at the White House, US President Barack Obama accepted credentials from 15 ambassadors, including Pakistan’s new ambassador to the US Sherry Rehman.

The credentialing ceremony took place at the White House, with President Obama formally accepting credentials from new ambassadors from Morocco, Iraq, UK and Azerbaijan amongst others.

Ambassador Rehman, since her arrival in the US capital earlier this month, has already presented her credentials to the US State Department’s Under Secretary for Political Affairs Wendy Sherman. Following the presentation of her credentials, Ambassador Rehman has also met with US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, Deputy Secretary of State Tom Nides and Special Representative for Afghanistan and Pakistan Marc Grossman.

Published in The Express Tribune, January 19th, 2012.


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Tahir | 9 years ago | Reply

@Mohammad Ali Siddiqui: BTW, who said there's something special in it!

Mard-e-Haq | 9 years ago | Reply

Will she shake hands with Obama and cause Hafiz Saeed and other mullahs here to go ballistics?

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