South Sudan’s President Salva Kiir on Wednesday bid farewell to three newly designated ambassadors at State House in the country’s capital, Juba.
They are ambassadors Michael Nyang who heads to Eritrea, Riak Puok to Morocco and Mawien Makol for Switzerland.
Speaking to reporters after the meeting, the deputy Foreign Affairs minister, Deng Dau said President Kiir wished the appointed ambassadors success in their assignments.
The South Sudanese leader, he added, urged the envoys to represent South Sudan well in the foreign missions, protect the interests of the people and government of South Sudan.
In October, South Sudan launched its draft foreign policy to guide the country’s diplomatic and foreign affairs issues.