New Zealand Embassy, Moscow, Russian Federation
New Zealand will make its debut at Agrofarm 2014, with a stand showcasing eight leading edge agribusiness companies. New Zealand’s presence at the show is significant as 2014 also marks the 70th anniversary of diplomatic relations between New Zealand and Russia.
In 2013, to improve the futures of Kyrgyz children with special needs, the Eurasia Foundation of Central Asia established an Inclusive Education Resource Centre in Bishkek to prepare children between the ages of 6-8 with special needs for entering into mainstream schooling.
There are currently two vacancies at the New Zealand Embassy in Moscow.
Administration Manager – New Zealand Embassy, Moscow
Policy Analyst - New Zealand Embassy, Moscow