New Zealand Embassy Beijing, China

18-11-14

This article was originally published 3 March 2014

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17-11-14

Prime Minister John Key on Wednesday 12 November led a business delegation to attend the opening of the New Zealand Consulate-General in the Western Chinese city of Chengdu.
“New Zealand is among the first group of countries in the world to open a diplomatic post in Chengdu,” Mr Key says.
“This is a natural continuation of our expanding and increasingly close relationship with China.

23-10-14

The Head of Mission Funds (HOMFs) for China and Mongolia are small discretionary grants schemes managed by the New Zealand Embassy in Beijing.  The HOMF is a component of the New Zealand Aid Programme, the New Zealand Government’s international aid and development programme managed by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade (MFAT).

Applications for the next round of China and Mongolia Head of Mission Funds should be sent to the New Zealand Embassy, Beijing before Friday 5 December 2014.

Guidelines and Application forms are attached.

17-10-14

New Zealand has secured a place on the United Nations Security Council for 2015-16.

Read the Prime Minister's media release

07-08-14

Foreign Minister Murray McCully has announced diplomat Guergana Guermanoff as New Zealand’s new Consul-General to Shanghai.

“New Zealand’s trade with China has been growing strongly in the past five years, and Shanghai is an important point of entry to the Chinese market for many New Zealand firms,” Mr McCully says.

07-08-14

Foreign Minister Murray McCully has appointed diplomat Alistair Crozier to open New Zealand’s new Consulate in Chengdu, Western China.

05-08-14

New Zealand Ambassador to China, Mr Carl Worker, today expressed his sincere condolences to the people of China for the tragic earthquake that struck Yunnan province on 3 August. “The New Zealand government is greatly saddened to learn of the loss of life and destruction caused by the large earthquake in South-west China," Ambassador Worker said. “New Zealand recalls only too clearly the pain and destruction caused by large earthquakes and warmly recalls China's firm support following the Christchurch Earthquake.

27-06-14

The New Zealand Embassy has identified media reports in China in recent days claiming there is a current food safety issue with New Zealand whey protein concentrate dairy products. These reports are wrong.  Currently there is no food safety issue relating to these products.

02-06-14

The Head of Mission Funds (HOMFs) for China and Mongolia are small discretionary grants schemes managed by the New Zealand Embassy in Beijing.  The HOMF is a component of the New Zealand Aid Programme, the New Zealand Government’s international aid and development programme managed by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade (MFAT).

Applications for the next round of China and Mongolia Head of Mission Funds should be sent to the New Zealand Embassy, Beijing before Friday 4 July 2014.

26-05-14

Development Project Fund (DPF) for China is a grant scheme managed by the New Zealand Embassy in Beijing. The DPF is a component of New Zealand Government’s international aid and development programme managed by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade (MFAT).
We would like to advise that this year the target western provinces and regions are still Guizhou, Yunnan, Gansu, Xinjiang, Guangxi, Sichuan, Tibet, Qinghai and Ningxia.

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