The establishment of diplomatic relations with Romania is part of the wider thrust of the government of Antigua and Barbuda to pursue new partnerships with the aim of advancing the country’s economic growth and development.Romania is a candidate for a non-permanent seat of the UN Security Council for the term 2020-2021, elections to be held in New York in 2019.The document was signed by Romania's Permanent Representative at the UN, Ambassador Ion Jinga, and by the Antigua & Barbuda State by the Permanent Representative of Antigua & Barbuda to the UN, Ambassador Walton Webson.This approach complements the actions of the Romanian diplomacy aimed at strengthening the bilateral political relations with the Caribbean and Oceania states, at which moment Romania has established diplomatic relations with all the island states of the Caribbean.States that are party to the Convention and/or the Optional Protocols must submit regular written reports to the Committee.During the meetings in Geneva, Committee members hold question and answer sessions with the respective government delegations.
The sessions will be held on the following dates at Palais Wilson in Geneva: United States of America (OPAC, OPSC, 16 May), Bhutan (CRC, OPSC, OPAC 17-18 May), Lebanon (CRC 18-19 May), Qatar (CRC 22-23May 2017), Romania (CRC 23-24 May), Mongolia (CRC 26 May), Antigua and Barbuda (CRC 29 May), Cameroon (CRC 30 May). The morning sessions run from - and the afternoon sessions from -. The CRC will publish its findings, known as concluding observations, here on 8 June 2017.
A Palindrome Day happens when the day’s date can be read the same way backwards and forwards.
The dates are similar to word palindromes in that they are reversible.
If you’re dating a Romanian and you want to do it right, there are several things that you have to keep in mind.
The most important of all is to get to know their culture and appreciate the differences between yours and your date’s.