Turns out the United States ambassador isn't the only new one to the Grand Duchy: Asein Isaev of Kyrgyzstan and John Marshall of Great Britain also presented their letters of credence to Grand Duke Henri on April 14. In addition, there were also new non-resident ambassadors from Haiti and Congo who did the same. New British ambassador Marshall said "This morning I had the great privilege to present to HRH the Grand Duke, the Letters of Credence from Her Majesty The Queen appointing me British Ambassador to the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg. It was a most memorable and enjoyable occasion. I am delighted to be here in Luxembourg and very grateful to all those who have given me such a warm welcome and helped me to settle in. I know I will enjoy working and living in this very special country."