Permanent Mission

Some articles on permanent mission, mission, permanent, permanent missions:

Roland Kpotsra - Diplomatic and Political Career
... From September 1976 to February 1979, he was Secretary at Togo's Permanent Mission to the United Nations he was then Counsellor at the Permanent Mission from February 1979 to April 1980 and Chargé d'a ... Chargé d'affaires in Zimbabwe he was then Chargé de mission of the Foreign Ministry from September 1992 to March 23, 1993 ... Kpotsra was appointed as Permanent Representative to the UN for the first time in 1996, presenting his credentials on December 11, 1996 he remained Permanent Representative until December 2002 ...
List Of Diplomatic Missions Of Spain - Multilateral Organizations
... Addis Ababa (Permanent Observer to the African Union) Brussels (Permanent Missions to the European Union and NATO) Geneva (Permanent Missions to the United Nations and other ... (Permanent Observer to the Organization of American States) ...
List Of Diplomatic Missions Of Turkmenistan - Multilateral Organizations
... Brussels (Permanent Mission to the European Union) Geneva (Permanent Mission to the United Nations Office at Geneva) Minsk (Permanent Mission to the Commonwealth of Independent States) New ...

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