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Bogdan Aurescu, Romania’s Minister of Foreign Affairs Visits OPCW

The Ambassador of Romania, H.E. Ms. Brândușa Predescu, the Minister of Foreign Affairs of Romania, H.E. Mr Bogdan Aurescu, and the Director-General of the...

Canada contribution to the OPCW

Canada Contributes CAD 2,500,000 to Future OPCW Centre for Chemistry and Technology In the picture, the Honourable Minister of Foreign Affairs of Canada, François-Philippe Champagne...

United Kingdom Contributes £100,000 to Future OPCW Centre for Chemistry and Technology

H.E. Mr. Peter Wilson UK Ambassador.. THE HAGUE, Netherlands – 8 July 2020 – The Government of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern...

Thailand Contributes THB 450,000 to Future OPCW Centre for Chemistry and Technology

H.E. Ambassador Eksiri Pintaruchi, Permanent Representative of the Kingdom of Thailand to the OPCW, THE HAGUE, Netherlands – 23 July 2020 – The Government of...

Indonesia Contributes RP 165,000,000 to Future OPCW Centre for Chemistry and Technology

The Hague, the Netherlands – 24 June 2020 – The Government of Indonesia has contributed RP 165,000,000 to a special Organisation for the Prohibition...

Angola contributes to OPCW

Angola Contributes €25,000 to Future OPCW Centre for Chemistry and Technology The Hague, Netherlands – 22 January 2020 – The Government of Angola has contributed...

Ireland Contributes €30,000 to Future OPCW Centre for Chemistry and Technology

THE HAGUE, Netherlands—12 December 2019 —The Government of Ireland has contributed €30,000 to a special Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW) Trust...

United Arab Emirates Contribute €100,000 to Future OPCW Centre for Chemistry and Technology

The Permanent Representative of the United Arab Emirates to the OPCW, H.E. Ambassador Abdullah Al Otaiba and OPCW Director-General, H.E. Mr Fernando Arias. THE HAGUE,...

President of Poland Visits OPCW

OPCW Director-General, H.E. Mr Fernando Arias, and the President of Poland, Mr Andrzej Duda, meeting at the OPCW Headquarters in The Hague. THE HAGUE, Netherlands...

The Ambassador of the United Republic of Tanzania, H.E. Ms. Irene Mkwawa Kasyanju

The Ambassador of the United Republic of Tanzania, H.E. Ms. Irene Mkwawa Kasyanju is a lawyer by profession and holds a Bachelor of Laws from the University of Dar es Salaam and a Post Graduate Diploma in International Relations & Diplomacy from the Centre for Foreign Relations in Dar es Salaam. Ambassador Kasyanju served briefly as a State Attorney with the Attorney General’s Chambers & Ministry of Justice of Tanzania before joining the Legal Department of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Tanzania in April 1987.

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