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27/12/2019: The President of the Templar Nation Bonsi appointed Ambassador at Large of the Unrepresented United Nations – UUN
The President of the Templar Nation, Riccardo Bonsi, received the appointment as Ambassador at Large from the Unrepresented United Nations on Monday 16 December.
The prestigious appointment, signed by the UUN Secretary General, Giovanni Caporaso Gottlieb, will last three years.
The Unrepresented United Nations – UUN is an intergovernmental organization, established under the Vienna Convention of the United Nations on Diplomatic Relations of 1961; the fundamental objective of which is to assist and represent nations and peoples that are not represented or misrepresented, so that they can express their positions in the appropriate forums and gain their recognition, guarantee their self-determination, maintain international peace and security.
The purpose of the UUN Ambassador at Large is to represent the organization, encourage friendly relations between nations and peoples and to represent nations and peoples not represented or misrepresented in international institutions.
The Templar Nation was accepted by the Unrepresented United Nations – UUN on 6 October 2018.
The decision was made today during a meeting between the President of the Templar Nation, the Minister of Foreign Affairs and the Ambassador to Countries of the SAARC.
45 years old, private investigator, she is the first woman to be appointed Ambassador of the Templar Nation.
10/06/2021: Ambassador of the Templar Nation to Armenia Vardan Balayan, « I have seen death and devastation everywhere »
In a letter sent directly to the President, Ambassador Balayan retraced the terrible days of the war between Azerbaijan and Armenia for the possession of Karabakh, a conflict too soon forgotten.