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Monthly Archives: August, 2022

First Diplomatic Reception at Haagse Veteranen SociÍteit

A diplomatic Reception during the Veterans Day in The Hague attended by ambassadors, diplomats, military attache.

Anne-Marie DescĂ´tes takes over the reins of Quai d’Orsay’s general secretariat

Tuesday, 30 August 2022, Paris, French Republic: Ambassador of France, Anne-Marie DescĂ´tes, took office seconding French Foreign Minister Catherine Colonna at the Ministry of European and Foreign...

Eurojust supports action against large-scale VAT fraud to the EU

Authorities in Hungary, Austria, the Czech Republic and Poland have dismantled a criminal network involved in a large-scale VAT fraud concerning tobacco smuggling

Barbados to Establish the World’ First Embassy in the Metavesre

The Government of The Unitary Parliamentary Republic of Barbados has approved the establishment of the World’s First Metaverse Embassy. Establishing an embassy in the metaverse - a virtual world - is an innovative move and a world-first for a government.

National Day of Fight against Terrorism in Iran

On this day in 1981, the Mojahedin-e-Khalq Organization (AKA: MKO, MEK, PMOI) exploded the office of the Prime Minister of Iran, and martyred President Rajai and Primer Bahonar anseveral other officials.

Pakistan:  Mango Festival National Day and National Cricket Team

The Embassy of Pakistan in collaboration with the Trade Development Authority of Pakistan (TDAP) and Diplomat Magazine organized the 18th Annual Mango Festival.

Inauguration Exhibition Touched By Nature by The Amazonian School of Arts 

By Roy Lie Atjam The Hague, 16th August 2022. Ms Jacqueline Meier, Director of the Atrium City Hall, welcomed one and all to the Atrium,...

Byblos – the World’s Most Ancient Port

Major winter exhibition at the Dutch National Museum of Antiquities On 14 October 2022, the major exhibition ‘Byblos. The World’s Most Ancient Port’ will open...

Philippine Independence Day Piano recital marks new beginning of Philippines’ Embassy in The Hague

To celebrate the 127th anniversary of the proclamation of Philippine Independence, H.E. Ambassador J. Eduardo Malaya treated the more than hundred guests to a piano recital at the first public event in the embassy after it had undergone extensive renovation.

Montenegro government falls over ties with Serbian Orthodox Church

The Montenegrin government fell in a no-confidence vote early Saturday that followed a rift over relations with the powerful Serbian Orthodox Church. Lawmakers voted 50-1 to oust the government of Prime Minister Dritan Abazović just weeks after he signed an agreement regulating the position of the church in Montenegro.

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