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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The guarantees MIGA extended globally over the last six years are expected to help provide access to power to 50 million people, generate $3.9 billion in taxes and fees paid annually to host governments, and avoid an estimated 7.4 million tons of CO2 equivalent emissions.
GENEVA, Switzerland -- Present in more than 134 countries, the UN Refugee Agency works closely with host governments to protect and assist refugees and to find long-term solutions to their problems.
'Over a month ago I fired off a memo to all our European embassies to tell their host governments to clear any and all donations to their NGOs in the Philippines with the Department of Foreign Affairs,' Locsin said in a tweet.
Working under PSCs has been proved to be inefficient in certain cases, as host governments have a lower potential for having proper supervisory, regulatory and operating roles over the IOCs, bringing, therefore, sovereignty concerns, in addition to the tax code or some institutional deficiencies that could prevent the host governments from getting rents from IOCs.
The decline came as the government started repatriating thousands of OFWs from Middle East countries, particularly the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, last year, after they were displaced by the prevailing economic woes of their host governments.
We expect our government to address the issues with host governments to ease the lives of our workers abroad.
Further, the council members also stressed upon 'the fundamental principle of the inviolability of diplomatic and consular premises, and the obligations on host governments, including under international treaties, to protect those premises and their officials.'
In the statement, Council members also stressed the fundamental principle of the inviolability of diplomatic and consular premises, and the obligations on host Governments, including under international treaties, to protect those premises and their officials.
The UNSC statement also underscored the importance of "the fundamental principle of the inviolability of diplomatic and consular premises, and the obligations on host governments, including under international treaties, to protect those premises and their officials".
Where each may not have been entirely on the mark was in blowing out of all proportion the role of the ambassador in making or marring the relationship between the home and host governments. Let us face it; an ambassador's role can be only as good or as bad as the input of his or her principal's back home.
The report calls on host governments to eliminate barriers that block access to education, such as requirements for birth and school certificates.
The forum will develop a platform through which Honorary Consul Generals abroad will determine viable strategies to deepen engagements with host governments and private sectors within their jurisdictions.