Special Envoy of the Government of Ireland and Committee Member of the United Nations Security Council Campaign of Ireland pays a Courtesy Call on The Hon. Darren Henfield

Posted on: February 20, 2019

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The Hon. Darren A. Henfield, MP, Minister of Foreign Affairs, received a courtesy call by His Excellency Jim Kelly, Ambassador of Ireland to The Bahamas (resident in Canada), and Her Excellency Dympna Hayes, Special Envoy of the Government of Ireland and Committee Member of the United Nations Security Council Campaign of Ireland. The meeting was held to introduce the candidacy of Ireland for one of two non-permanent seats on the United Nations Security Council for the Western Europe and Others Group (WEOG) for the term 2021-2022.

L-R Mr. Eugene Torchon-Newry, Deputy Permanent Secretary; Ambassador Sharon Brennen-Haylock, Director-General; Mr. Jack Thomspon, Permanent Secretary; Ambassador Jim Kelly; Minister Henfield (centre); Ambassador Dympna Hayes; and Dr. Kenya Ward, Ambassador-at-Large.

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His Excellency Jim Kelly, Ambassador of Ireland to The Bahamas (resident in Canada) presenting a gift to Mr. Jack Thompson, Permanent Secretary Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

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Mr. Jack Thompson, Permanent Secretary Ministry of Foreign Affairs presented Her Excellency Dympna Hayes, Special Envoy of the Government of Ireland and Committee Member of the United Nations Security Council Campaign of Ireland with a gift on behalf of The Minister of Foreign Affairs.

 



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