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List of Permanent Observers of the Sovereign Military Order of Malta to the United Nations

 

List of Permanent Observers of the Sovereign Military Order of Malta to the United Nations

The Sovereign Military Order of Malta has had Permanent Observer status at the United Nations General Assembly in New York City since 1994.[1] It has also had an observer present at the UN offices in Vienna since 2009. This is a list of individuals who have been the UN Permanent Observer for the Order.

Dates Head of Mission
2 January 1995 – 22 October 1996 (New York) Pierre E. Awad (New York)
23 October 1996 – 26 April 1998 (New York) Count Don Carlo Marullo di Condojanni, Prince of Casalnuovo
27 April 1998 – 1 June 2004 (New York) José Antonio Linati Bosch, Count of Gaiano
8 June 2004 – (New York) Robert L. Shafer
25 September 2009 – (Vienna) Ambassador Prof. Günther Granser

See also

Notes

  1. ^ United Nations General Assembly Session 48 Resolution 265. A/RES/48/265 Observer status for the Sovereign Military Order of Malta in the General Assembly }. Retrieved 2007-09-10.

External links

  • Permanent Observer Mission of the Sovereign Military Order of Malta to the United Nations, IAEA and CTBTO in Vienna official website
  • Permanent Observer Mission of the Sovereign Military Order of Malta to the United Nations in New York official website
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