ambassadress


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Her latest achievements include being named as Goodwill Ambassadress for Music of the National Commission for Culture and the Arts, EduCircle Awards' Most Influential Female Concert Performer of the Year 2017 and EduCircle Awards' Most Influential Celebrity Endorses of the Year in 2017.
Meanwhile, Malaysia's representative Caenne Ng, 21, was crowned as Miss South East Asia Tourism Ambassadress.
Ambassadress Chen Bo stressed that Bosnia and Herzegovina suffers damage due to violations of WTO rules because of Kosovo's introduction of customs duties on products from Bosnia and Herzegovina because the CEFTA agreement is based on the basic rules of the WTO, stated the Ministry of Foreign Trade and Economic Relations of BiH.
Awdeh Al-Ruwai'e, respectively, and Turkey's Ambassadress to Kuwait Ayse Hilal Sayan Koytak, according to Al-Dustour news network.
She also said that she is not the ambassadress of federalism.
Dr Rasha Al Sabah held the position of the First Under-Secretary of the Ministry of Higher Education in 1993 while Nabila Al Mulla was appointed as the first Kuwaiti Ambassador to Zimbabwe and South Africa in 1993, and was appointed in 2003 as the Permanent Representative at the United Nations, UN, the first Arab Muslim ambassadress to the UN, and she was also appointed as the Chairperson of the Board of Trustees of the Islamic Cultural Centre in New York.
Watson is also the UN ambassadress to gender equality, and she is hoping people, especially men, would change their perceptions about (http://cms.ibtimes.com/beauty-beast-spoilers-emma-watson-compares-belle-hermione-granger-2495671?utm_source=internal&utm_campaign=incontent&utm_medium=related1) female role models.
Ambassadress Elizabeth Richard with discussions reportedly featuring high on current issues in Lebanon and the region.
Named as Jordan's "Musical Ambassadress", Siraj has a career that spans the United States, Europe and the Middle East.
Their topics include Margaret de la Marck (1527-99) and Arenberg family strategy during the Dutch Revolt, ambassadress Lady Anne Fanshawe of England at the court of Madrid 1664-66, the tsar's sister Maria Pavlovna as a state diplomat between Weimar and Saint Petersburg on the eve of the Congress of Vienna, advocating for a feminist internationalism between the wars, and America's first female chiefs of mission 1933-64.
Shaikha Hessa Saad Al-Abdulla Al Salem Al -Sabah, the FCEM Ambassadress for the Arab World and CABW Secretary-General Khairiya Abdulla Dashti.
Joining BPW Bahrain, which is chaired by Shaikha Hind bint Salman Al Khalifa, in the organisation of the event is the Council of Arab Business Women headed by Shaikha Hissah Al Sabah of Kuwait, the FCEM ambassadress for the Arab world.
Captured through the lens of Mert Alas and Marcus Piggott, supermodel model Daria Werbowy celebrates her 10th year as a Lancome ambassadress and is also the face of Lancome's Limited Edition Summer Collection 2014.
Lupita Nyong'o as its new brand ambassadress. With her instinctive and sophisticated talent and one of a kind beauty, both delicate and exuding strength, the 31-year-old actress has taken the world by storm having received an Academy Award in the category of Best Supporting Actress for her moving portrayal of Patsey in Steve McQueen's acclaimed film "1.2 Years a Slave."