Host Government

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Host Government

The government of a foreign country in which an ambassador and diplomatic staff reside while on assignment. The ambassador and staff represent the interests and policies of their own nation while they are guests of the host government.
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We're going to continue to work with the agency, host governments, other donors and Palestinian refugee communities to ensure the continuity of core services until a just and lasting solution to the plight of Palestinian refugees is reached," Kirby affirmed.
The session is taking place in Jordan and brings together UNRWAs leading donors and host governments.
Yet, a multitude of donors continue to work with host governments and a large cast of implementation agents .
According to the Foreign Office, the government of Pakistan has instructed its missions in the two countries to approach their respective host governments to ascertain the damages caused and the requirement of relief assistance.
These visits will also include the opportunity for training and exchanges with the host governments and other participants.
The CBP then intends to start negotiations for new locations in January 2015, and agreements will then be reached between host governments and the CBP to establish operations 24-36 months after negotiations.
UNHCR, host governments and humanitarian organizations to improve implementation and coordination of monitoring mechanisms of sexual abuse and exploitation.
Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon appealed to member states and host governments to support all measures of safety and security to improve the operational environment for U.
Delonex Energy plans on accessing opportunities in these areas through farm-in and direct awards from host governments.
Host governments have imposed tougher terms, demanded bigger exploration bonuses and extracted a higher share of revenues, in some cases expropriating foreign oil companies when they failed to develop new fields fast enough.
Cabral added that: "The members of the Security Council recalled the fundamental principle of the inviolability of diplomatic and consular premises and the obligation of host governments, to take all appropriate steps to protect diplomatic and consular premises against any intrusion or damage and prevent any disturbance of the peace of these missions or impairment of their dignity " The council members called Syria to take all necessary measures to protect diplomatic missions and their members //Petra// SF//R Q// 16/11/2011 - 11:22:58 AM
The committee also claimed that the Washington funded projects in those two countries also risk going to waste because host governments are unable or unwilling to sustain them.