Moscow - Russian President Vladimir Putin on Thursday, November 26, accepted credentials from 15 new ambassadors of foreign countries, including four Africans namely Mike Nicholas Sango (Republic of Zimbabwe), Maheshwarsingh Khemloliva (Republic of Mauritius), Nadir Yusif Eltayeb Babiker (Republic of Sudan) and Valentin Nkuman Tavun Matungul (Democratic Republic of the Congo).

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Kester Kenn Klomegah is a research writer and a policy consultant on African affairs in the Russian Federation and Eurasian Union.