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Filipino Diplomats Elected to UN Committees

Inquirer.net, Posted: Jun 06, 2008

MANILA, Phils. -- Two Filipino diplomats were elected to two of the six main committees of the United Nations General Assembly, reports Inquirer.net. The Philippine Mission to the U.N. confirmed this week that Second Secretary Cato was elected Vice Chairman of the Fourth Committee (Special Political and Decolonization) and Second Secretary Chuasoto was elected Rapporteur of the Fifth Committee (Administrative and Budgetary). Their election signifies the strong position of the Philippines in world bodies, particularly the United Nations. Ambassador Hilario Davide Jr., Philippine Permanent Representative to the United Nations, says the nominations of Cato and Chuasoto's elections were endorsed by the Asian Group in the UN.


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