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In the message is underlined that during the 25 years of diplomatic relations, the dialogue between the Republic of Moldova and Portuguese Republic has developed and deepened, being anchored on the friendship ties that unite the two states.
At the end ambassadors of Portuguese Republic and Romania were awarded commemorative shields.
He added that the conference is a result of continuous and effective cooperation between Tourism Department at the College of Arts and Social Sciences and the School of Tourism and Maritime Technology at Institute of Leiria in the Portuguese Republic.
On the occasion of the 20th anniversary of the establishment of the diplomatic relations between the Republic of Macedonia and the Portuguese Republic, it is with great pleasure that I write this text for the Macedonian Diplomatic Buletin.
The copies of their credentials presented ambassadors extraordinary and plenipotentiary of the Islamic Republic of Iran Hujatullo Fagoni, Malaysia Dato Norayni, Canada Shawn Steil, the Republic of Ireland Eoin Oleary, the Kingdom of the Netherlands Drisser Henry Uberra, the Portuguese Republic Mario Godino de-Matusha, the Republic of Estonia Yaan Reinhold, Moldova Andrey Galbur, Venezuela Amonethep Zambrano, Mexico Ulises Canchalo Gutierrez, the Kingdom of Denmark Tomas Winkler, the Republic of Slovenia Primoza Seligo, the Republic of Ghana Al-Hoji Bavah Gilbert, Bosnia and Herzegovina Edib Bukvie.
The six amendments to which the Portuguese Republic Constitution (from now on PRC) was submitted (in 1989, 1992, 1997, 2001, 2004 and 2005) since Portugal's adhesion to the European Economic Community, are a reflex of the changes regarding the internal Legal Order, operated by the mentioned adhesion, as well as the Portuguese Government's determination to suit the principles and goals of the European integration (1).
Isabel Meyrelles was awarded Commander of the Order of Saint James of the Sword, by the President of the Portuguese Republic.
Anibal Cavaco Silva, the president of the Portuguese Republic, lamented the macroeconomic situation caused by the austerity measures applied to Portugal and their negative impact on the competitiveness of the country's small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs).
Salus Ecclesiae suprema lex": Monarchists, Catholics and the First Portuguese Republic, 1910-1926," in Trevor J.
He despised the Portuguese Republic that had earlier granted citizenship to these Jews living abroad; he believed that his own consuls were providing "irregular" documents; and he worried that Jews of Portuguese origin, unlike other refugees, might actually prefer to remain in Portugal.
Specifically, the request claimed the grave violation of human rights and the intolerable violation of the core of fundamental rights materially protected by the Constitution of the Portuguese Republic, because the facts that the Army Discipline Board considered proven in 1937 and that led to a finding of "moral incapacity" and consequent "separation from service" of Barros Basto instead fall squarely within the universally accepted rights of all humans, including the right to religious freedom.
A revolt ended Spanish hegemony in 1640, and the House of Braganca was established as Portugal's ruling family, lasting until the establishment of the Portuguese Republic in 1910.
The UAE represented by the General Civil Aviation Authority (GCAA) initialled an "open" Air Services Agreement (ASA) and signed a Record of Discussion with the Portuguese Republic in Dubai on December 16, a statement said.
The UAE, represented by the General Civil Aviation Authority (GCAA) recently initialed an "open" air services agreement (ASA) with the Portuguese Republic in Dubai.
Gutenberg's Machine, 2008, for instance, is a newspaper that explores the propagation of the republican ideals that led to the founding of the Portuguese Republic in 1910.
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