New Zealand Permanent Mission Geneva, Switzerland

Who is in the Mission

New Zealand Permanent Mission to the United Nations, the Conference on Disarmament and Other International Organisations

HE Amanda Ellis: Head of Mission and Permanent Representative to the United Nations.

HE Dell Higgie: Permanent Representative to the Conference on Disarmament.

Joe Ballard: First Secretary (Disarmament)

Jarrod Clyne: First Secretary (Human Rights).

Francesca Albertario: Senior Policy Adviser (Humanitarian).

Meredith Davis: Policy Adviser (UN Agencies & Environment).

Diana Reaich: Administration Manager.

Sandi Albert: Executive Assistant (UN/WTO)

 

New Zealand Permanent Mission to the World Trade Organisation

HE John Adank: Permanent Representative to the World Trade Organisation

Carl Reaich: Deputy Permanent Representative (WTO and UN) 

Alana Hudson: First Secretary (Non-Agricultural Goods, Trade Facilitation, Intellectual Property, Rules, TBT, Trade Policy Reviews)

James Brown: First Secretary (Agriculture, Fisheries Subsidies, SCM, SPS)

Charlotte Frater: First Secretary (Services, Dispute Settlement, Government Procurement, Environment, Development, Accessions)

David Anderson: Executive Assistant

 

New Zealand Consulate General in Geneva

Carl Reaich: Consul General
 

For contact details please refer to the Contact us page.

 

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