Mamadou Haïdara is the new ambassador of Côte d’Ivoire accredited to the United States. The latter was received last Wednesday by US President Donald Trump.
His Excellency Mamadou Haïdara presented to the President of the United States, his credentials on Wednesday, March 28 last. The Embassy of Côte d’Ivoire in the United States has disseminated the information on its website.
The appointment of Mr. Haidara as Ambassador of Côte d’Ivoire to the United States, with residence in Washington DC, was announced by the spokesman of the Ivorian government, Minister of Communication, Economy Digital and Post, Bruno Koné. The announcement was made on the same Wednesday during the traditional press conference.
Former ambassador Daouda Diabaté is replaced by Mamadou Haïdara. The latter was the former trade advisor and the former director of the Economic Bureau at the Ivory Coast Embassy in the United States. He also held the position of Chairman of the Board of Directors of the National Ivorian Works Company (Sonitra).