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Peru appoints Permanent Representative to UNESCO

The Peruvian Government —through the Ministry of Foreign Affairs— has appointed Carlos Enrique Diaz Villanueva as Permanent Representative of Peru to the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO).

Said measure was made official via Supreme Resolution No. 128-2023-RE published in the Official Gazette El Peruano on Tuesday.

According to the resolution, Diaz Villanueva will be based in Paris, the French Republic.

Likewise, the Government has decided to grant him the corresponding credential letters and full powers.

Furthermore, the document indicates that the date on which the aforementioned diplomatic official must take up duties will be set by ministerial resolution.

This designation is in accordance with the law that regulates the participation of the Executive Branch in the appointment and designation of public officials.

Similarly, it is in accordance with the Law on Diplomatic Service of the Republic approved by Supreme Decree No. 130-2003-RE.

It also relies on the approving vote by the Council of Ministers.

Source : Andina