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New Zealand Ambassador to France presents credentials

 

New Zealand's new Ambassador to France, Rosemary Banks, presented her credentials to French President Nicolas Sarkozy at a ceremony in Paris held in early December for 22 new ambassadors. Accompanying the President was new French Foreign Affairs Minister Mme Alliot-Marie.

She had an opportunity to have a few words with the President, including about the Rugby World Cup being held in New Zealand in 2011.

 

New Zealand's new Ambassador to France, Rosemary Banks and French President Nicolas Sarkozy  in Paris. Rosemary Banks is wearing a contemporary Maori ceremonial cloak, the korowai, made by Ngai Tahu. (Photo courtesy of the Elysee Palace)New Zealand's new Ambassador to France, Rosemary Banks and French President Nicolas Sarkozy in Paris. Rosemary Banks is wearing a contemporary Maori ceremonial cloak, the korowai, made by Ngai Tahu. (Photo courtesy of the Elysee Palace)


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