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China Opens New Embassy in Honduras as Part of a Flurry of Diplomatic Activity Between the Two Countries This Week

Yu Bo, chargé d'affaires of the Chinese embassy in Honduras, and Honduran Foreign Minister Eduardo Reina inaugurate the Chinese embassy in Tegucigalpa on Monday. Video via Xinhua.

The Chargé d’Affaires for China’s new embassy in Honduras, Yu Bo, unveiled the plaque that will be posted outside of the mission during a ceremony this week in Tegucigalpa.

Monday’s ceremony capped a frantic series of back-to-back announcements that included the appointment of Salvador Enrique Moncada as the new Honduran ambassador to China and the announcement that President Xiomara Castro will arrive in Beijing for an official state visit.

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