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  • NEW PERMANENT REPRESENTATIVE OF SAINT LUCIA TO THE UNITED NATIONS PRESENTS CREDENTIALS TO SECRETARY-GENERAL UNE 4022 United Nations, New York 18 September 2003. Anthony Bryan Severin (left), the new Permanent Representative of Saint Lucia to the United Nations, presents his credentials to Secretary-General Kofi Arman. CREDIT: UN Photo/Eskinder Debebe
  • NEW PERMANENT REPRESENTATIVE OF SAINT LUCIA PRESENTS CREDENTIALS TO SECRETARY-GENERAL. Julian Robert Hunte (left), the new Permanent Representative of Saint Lucia to the United Nations, presents his credentials to Secretary-General Kofi Annan. CREDIT: UN Photo/Mark Garten
  • FLAG OF SAINT LUCIA RAISED. The flag of Saint Lucia was raised at a ceremony this morning in front of the delegates' entrance to United Nations Headquarters. This followed the country's admission to the UN, yesterday afternoon, as its 152nd Member. A view of the flag raising ceremony. CREDIT: UN Photo/Saw Lwin
  • NEW PERMANENT REPRESENTATIVE OF SAINT LUCIA PRESENTS CREDENTIALS. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon (right) receives the credentials of Donatus Keith St. Aimee, new Permanent Representative of Saint Lucia to the United Nations. CREDIT: UN Photo/Paulo Filgueiras
  • FOREIGN MINISTER OF SAINT LUCIA ADDRESSES GENERAL ASSEMBLY. Rufus George Bousquet, Minister for External Affairs, International Trade and Investment of Saint Lucia, addresses the general debate of the sixty-fourth session of the General Assembly in 2009. CREDIT: UN Photo/Erin Siegal
  • GENERAL AS SEMBLY'S 23RD SPECIAL SESSION WOMEN 2000' FOLLOWS UP ON 1995 BEIJING CONFERENCE LOOKS TOWARDS FUTURE. Sarah FLOOD-BEAUBRUN, Minister of Health, Human Services, Family Affairs and Gender Relations of Saint Lucia, addresses the twenty-third special session of the General Assembly Meeting on the theme, Women 2000: Gender Equality, Development and Peace for the Twenty-first Century, the session brings together some 10,000 delegates from governments and non-governmental organizations to review progress made on gender issues since the 1995 Fourth World Conference on Women. It is therefore also known as Beijing +5, after the site of the 1995 Conference. CREDIT: UN Photo|Eskinder Debebe
  • GOVERNOR-GENERAL OF SAINT LUCIA ADDRESSES TWENTY-SEVENTH SPECIAL SESSION OF THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY ON CHILDREN, United Nations, New York 9 May 2002. Calliopa Pearlette LOUISY, Governor-General of Saint Lucia, addresses the twenty-seventh Special Session of the General Assembly on Children. CREDIT: UN Photo|Mark Garten
  • Secretary-General Kofi ANNAN (right) greets Kenny D. ANTHONY, Prime Minister, Minister for Finance, Planning, Information and the Public Service of Saint Lucia United Nations, New York 3 October 1997. CREDIT: UN Photo|Milton Grant
  • PRIME MINISTER OF SAINT LUCIA ADDRESSES THE 51ST SESSION OF GENERAL ASSEMBLY UNITED NATIONS NEW YORK 4 OCTOBER 1996. Prime Minister Vaughan LEWIS of Saint Lucia addresses the 51st session of the General Assembly. CREDIT: UN Photo|EVAN SCHNEIDER
  • DEPUTY PRIME MINISTER OF SAINT LUCIA ADDRESSES 50TH SESSION OF THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY UNITED NATIONS, NEW YORK 10 OCTOBER 1995. William George MALLET, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Home Affairs, Foreign Affairs, Trade and Industry of Saint Lucia, addressing the fiftieth session of the General Assembly. CREDIT: UN Photo|E. SCHNEIDER
  • FOREIGN MINISTER OF SAINT LUCIA ADDRESSES THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY DEBATE AT THE UNITED NATIONS, New York, 12 October 1988. Neville Cenac Foreign Affairs Minister of Saint Lucia, addresses the forty-third session of the General Assembly general debate at United Nations. CREDIT: UN Photo|M. Grant
  • UN GENERAL ASSEMBLY’S THIRTY-FIFTH REGULAR SESSION. The delegation of Saint Lucia headed by George J. Odlum (left), Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Foreign Affairs, listening to a speaker in the General Assembly Hall on 1 October 1980. CREDIT: UN Photo/Yutaka Nagata
  • GENERAL ASSEMBLY AT THE UNITED NATIONS 9 October 1981. Peter Josie of Saint Lucia speaking at the General Assembly in 1981. CREDIT: UN Photo
  • FOURTH COMMITTEE IN SESSION UNITED NATIONS 15 OCTOBER 1991. The Fourth Committee (Decolonization), during the 46th session of the General Assembly. From left to right at the head table are; Charles S. FLEMMING (Saint Lucia), Chairman of the Fourth Committee, and Wilfrid R. DESOUZA, Committee Secretary. CREDIT: UN Photo/Milton Grant
  • GENERAL ASSEMBLY MEETS TO DISCUSS ON ISSUES OF STRENGTHENING OF THE UNITED NATIONS SYSTEM 2003. Anthony B. Severin, Permanent Representative of Saint Lucia to the United Nations, addressing the General Assembly meeting. CREDIT: UN Photo/Eskinder Debebe
  • FOREIGN MINISTER OF SAINT LUCIA ADDRESSES 2005 WORLD SUMMIT. Petrus Compton, Foreign Minister of Saint Lucia, addresses the High-level Plenary Meeting of the Sixtieth Session of the UN General Assembly (2005 World Summit) today at UN Headquarters. The World Summit, being held from 14-16 September 2005, is the largest gathering of world leaders in history. CREDIT: UN Photo/Joshua Kristal
  • REPRESENTATIVE OF SAINT LUCIA ADDRESSES LAST GENERAL ASSEMBLY MEETING. Michelle Joseph, First Secretary of the Permanent Mission of Saint Lucia to the United Nations, addresses the last meeting of the sixty-first session of the General Assembly, at UN Headquarters in New York, 2007. CREDIT: UN Photo/Marco Castro
  • THE GOVERNMENT OF SAINT LUCIA TODAY SIGNED THE CONSTITUTION OF (UNIDO) 1980. Barry B.L. AUGUSTE, Saint Lucia's Permanent Representative to the United Nations, signing the UNIDO Coh4titution today as UN Legal Counsel, Krik SUY, looks on. CREDIT: UN Photo|Y. NAGATA
  • DELEGATION OF SAINT LUCIA ATTENDS 51ST SESSION OF GENERAL ASSEMBLY UNITED NATIONS NEW YORK 4 OCTOBER 1996. The delegation of Saint Lucia attends the 51st session of the General Assembly. CREDIT:UN Photo|MILTON GRANT
  • The delegation of Saint Lucia, headed by Foreign Minister George W. ODLUM, at the fifty-third session of the General Assembly, New York 30 September 1998. CREDIT: UN Photo|Evan Schneider
  • PRESS CONFERENCE ON PREVENTION AND CONTROL OF NON-COMMUNICABLE DISEASES 2010. Noel G. Sinclair (second from right), Permanent Observer for the Caribbean Community (CARICOM) to the United Nations, moderates a press conference on the prevention and control of non-communicable diseases. Joining him, from left to right: Marina Annette Valere, Permanent Representative of Trinidad and Tobago to the UN; Donatus Keith St. Aimee, Permanent Representative of Saint Lucia to the UN; and George Alleyne, Director Emeritus of the World Health Organization and Chancellor of the University of the West Indies. CREDIT: UN Photo/Aliza Eliazarov
  • TWENTIETH _PECIAL SESSION OF THE .GENERAL ASSEMBLY ON WORLD DRUG PROBLEM United Nations, New York 9 June 1998. Sonia LEONCE-CARRYL, Chairman of the Delegation of Saint Lucia, addressing the special session in the General Assembly hall. CREDIT: UN Photo| Evan Schneider
  • George MALLET (left, behind n1.1vielate), Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Foreign Affairs of Saint Lucia, and his nation's delegation to the forty-eighth SESSION of the General Assembly New York, 11 October 1993. CREDIT: UN Photo|R. Grant
  • DELEGATION OF SAINT LUCIA ATTENDING GENERAL ASSEMBLY SESSION 1990. The delegation of Saint Lucia, headed by Foreign Minister Neville Cenac at the session of the General Assembly. CREDIT: UN Photo|M. Icant
  • DELEGATION OF SAINT LUCIA ATTENDS GENERAL ASSEMBLY 1991. The delegation of Saint Lucia, headed by Foreign Minister Neville CENAC (behind name-plate), attends the 46th. session of the General Assembly. CREDIT: UN Photo
  • SECRETARY-GENERAL MEETS NEW PERMANENT REPRESENTATIVE OF SAINT LUCIA. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon (right) meets with Menissa Rambally, new Permanent Representative of Saint Lucia to the UN. CREDIT: UN Photo/JC McIlwaine
  • DELEGATION OF SAINT LUCIA TO THE 50TH SESSION OF THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY UN 190699 UNITED NATIONS, NEW YORK, 10 OCTOBER 1995. William George MALLET (left, behind name-plate), Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Home Affairs, Foreign Affairs, Trade and Industry of Saint Lucia, heading his nation's delegation to the fiftieth session of the General Assembly. CREDIT: UN Photo|M. GRANT
  • PRIME MINISTER OF SAINT LUCIA ADDRESSES MDG SUMMIT CAPTION. Stephenson King, Prime Minister of Saint Lucia, addresses the UN Summit on the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs). Convened by the General Assembly, the Summit is aimed at spurring action towards achieving internationally agreed goals to reduce hunger, poverty and disease. CREDIT: UN Photo/Ky Chung
  • THIRTY-NINTH REGULAR SESSION OF THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY, UN 164514 UNITED NATIONS, New York, 10 October 1984. The United Nations General Assembly, which commenced its 39th Regular Session on the afternoon of 18 September, elected as its President Paul J.F. Lusaka, Permanent Representative of Zambia to the UN. As proclaimed by the Assembly in 1981,the International Day of Peace was observed on the opening day of the new Session. The United Nations now has 159 Member States. Six other States and thirteen organizations have Observer status. The delegation of Saint Lucia headed by Prime Minister and Foreign Minister John G.M. COMPTON (behind name plate). CREDIT: UN Photo|YUTAKA NAGATA
  • NEW PERMANENT REPRESENTATIVE OF SAINT LUCIA PRESENTS CREDENTIALS TO SECRETARY-GENERAL United Nations, New York 23 October 2001. Earl Stephen HUNTLEY (left), the new Permanent Representative of Saint Lucia to the United Nations, presents his credentials to Secretary-General Kofi ANNAN. CREDIT:UN Photo/Eskinder Debebe
  • NEW PERMANENT REPRESENTATIVE OF SAINT LUCIA PRESENTS CREDENTIALS UNITED NATIONS, NEW YORK 18 October 1994. Ambassador George William ODLUM (left), the new Permanent Representative of Saint Lucia, presents his credentials to Secretary-General Boutros BOUTROS-GHALI. CREDIT=UN Photo|188584 /E. Schneider
  • PERMANENT REPRESENTATIVE OF ST. LUCIA PRESENTS CREDENTIALS. Ambassador Charles S. Flemming (left), Permanent Representative of Saint Lucia to the United Nations, presents his credentials to Secretary-General Perez de Cuellar. CREDIT: UN Photo/John Isaac
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