They are Kojo Asimeng Wadee for Liberia, Ernest Sowatey Lomotey - Israel, Albert Francis Yankey - Ethiopia and the African Union and Edmund Kofi Deh - Japan.
The rest are Sammie Eddico - Switzerland, Alhaji Bawah Gilbert Ayembillah - Iran and Morgan Brown - Belgium and the European Union.
President Mahama tasked the envoys to capitalize on the tools of economic diplomacy, to market the country abroad.
The President said the days of running ceremonial missions abroad are over, as diplomats have to market the numerous economic and socio-cultural potentials of the country to prospective investors.
The Ambassadors and High Commissioners thanked President Mahama for the confidence reposed in them and pledged to use their skills especially in economic diplomacy in the interest of Ghana.