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Philippine Presidency
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Ambassador Lauro L. Baja Jr., Permanent Representative to the United Nations, is met by Lt. Col. Daniel Lucero, commanding officer of the 135-member Philippine peacekeeping contingent in Haiti, upon arrival at the Port-au-Prince airport on Wednesday, 13 April 2005. Ambassador Baja is in Haiti as part of a Security Council mission that would look into the country's security, humanitarian and development concerns. Also in photo is Supt. Lester Camba, commander of the 10-member Philippine civilian police contingent in Haiti.


SNIPER TARGET Marine Staff Sergeant Rodrigo Galam of the Philippine peackeeping contingent in Haiti, points to the dent in his helmet caused by a sniper's bullet while his platoon leader, Air Force Captain Fidel Cao, shows the entry point of another bullet that hit Galam's armored vest. Galam miraculously emerged unhurt after the sniper fired two .30 caliber rounds at him while he was on guard duty outside the future site of the United Nations headquarters in Port-au-Prince at dawn on Thursday.


Ambassador Lauro L. Baja Jr., Permanent Representative of the Philippines to the United Nations and President of the UN Security Council, receives President Boniface Alexander of Haiti in his office at the UN on Friday, 25 June 2004. The two discussed, among others, the situation in Haiti, particularly the recent deployment of UN peacekeepers to the Caribbean country. President Alexander replaced Bertrand Aristide who fled Haiti in February following weeks of unrest. (Photo by SJ CASELLA)


Julian Robert Hunte, President of the 58th United Nations General Assembly receives Foreign Affairs Secretary Delia Domingo Albert during a courtesy call at his UN offices on Wednedsday, 23 June 2004. President Hunte and Secretary Albert discussed a number of issues during their 30-minute meeting, their second since they first met in March. (Photo by SJ CASELLA)


Foreign Affairs Secretary Delia Domingo Albert makes a statement at the media stakeout outside the United Nations Security Council where she condemned the beheading of a South Korean earlier taken hostage by Islamic militants in Iraq. Secretary Albert presided over the Security Council open debate on the Philippine theme Role of Civil Society in Post-Conflict Peace-Building on Tuesday, 22 June 2004. (Photo by SJ CASELLA)


Foreign Affairs Secretary Delia Domingo Albert listens attentively as United Nations Secretary General Kofi Annan keynotes the open debate on the Role of Civil Society in Post-Conflict Peace-Building, the theme of the Philippine Presidency of the Security Council, at the United Nations in New York on Tuesday, 22 June 2004. The second Filipino foreign affairs secretary to preside over a Security Council open debate, Secretary Albert steered discussions on the topic that took almost an entire day. Behind Secretary Albert are Permanent Representative Lauro L. Baja Jr., Deputy Permanent Representative Bayani Mercado and Alternate Representatives Anacleto Rei Lacanilao III and Meynardo Montealegre. (Photo by SJ CASELLA)


Foreign Affairs Secretary Delia Domingo-Albert shares with members of
the media covering the United Nations what she and UN Secretary General
Kofi Annan discussed during their meeting on Monday, 21 June 2004. (UN
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United Nations Secretary General Kofi Annan receives Foreign Affairs
Secretary Delia Domingo-Albert and other members of the Philippine
Mission to the United Nations during a courtesy call on Monday, 21 June 2004.
(UN PHOTO)



United Nations Secretary General Kofi Annan receives Foreign Affairs
Secretary Delia Domingo-Albert and other members of the Philippine
Mission to the United Nations during a courtesy call on Monday, 21 June 2004.
(UN PHOTO)



SUDAN ISSUE. Foreign Affairs Secretary Delia Domingo-Albert listens as Ambassador Elfatih Erwa, Permanent Representative of the Sudan to the United Nations, clarifies issues related to his country during a courtesy call on the secretary at the Philippine Mission to the United Nations in New York on Friday, 18 June 2004. Secretary Albert is in New York to preside over the public meetings of the Security Council. The Philippines is president of the Security Council for the month of June. (Photo by Eric Sierra)









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