By: Ministry Of Foreign Affairs And Immigration  05-Apr-2012
Keywords: Immigration

Tuesday 15 November 2011

The Hon. Tom Marsters, Deputy Prime Minister (DPM) and Minister of Foreign Affairs and Immigration, is pleased to announce that Government has given its agreement to the appointment of His Excellency Dr Alessandro Levi Sandri as Ambassador of Italy to the Cook Islands.

Ambassador Levi Sandri is based in Wellington and is concurrently accredited to Kiribati, Marshall Islands, New Zealand, Niue, Pitcairn, Samoa, Tonga, Tokelau and Tuvalu.

Diplomatic Relations between the Cook Islands and Italy were established in 2002. Ambassador Sandri will be the fourth Italian Ambassador to present his credentials to the Queen’s Representative.

Keywords: Immigration

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