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Prot. CD-PEACE AMBASSADOR-PRB-01| DFA-WHC – February 16, 2018
The Department of Information, World Humanity Commission is pleased to announce the appointment of “His Excellency, Amb. Dr. Dilip Kumar Agarwala” as Peace Ambassador to the People’s Republic of Bangladesh. The Embassy of the World Humanity Commission operating in Bangladesh as per Vienna Convention on Diplomatic Relations, the:
PEACE AMBASSADOR TO THE PEOPLES REPUBLIC OF BANGLADESH
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The said Embassy in Bangladesh serving as the Headquarters of the Commission in Bangladesh, shall work in consultation and close coordination with the: Office of the Peace Ambassador to the Peoples Republic of Bangladesh.
Today at 5:30pm, the World Humanity Commission's first formal meeting between two Ambassadors was held at the office of WHC Peace Ambassador H. E. Dilip Kumar Agarwala's. How to carry out peaceful humanitarian work, and how to work for the welfare of the common people through human development; these issues are mutually exchanged. Peace Ambassador H.E. Dilip Kumar Agarwala emphasized the need to stop child labor and poverty reduction. The WHC believes that human rights can be protected through human welfare; and we hope the government's overall cooperation in peaceful humanitarian development. In order to form a human society in a peaceful and enlightened society, we invite all to come forward.
The high ranking Diplomats of the Commission “His Excellency, Amb. Nur Mohammed –Ambassador to the Peoples Republic of Bangladesh; and His Excellency, Amb. Dr. Dilip Kumar Agarwala –Peace Ambassador to the Peoples Republic of Bangladesh” are expected to meet again at the Embassy of the WHC for formal consultation on diplomatic relations, briefings, coordination and operations.
With all the Rights and Privileges appertaining thereto. In witness thereof, this Diplomatic Appointment duly signed, with the seal hereunto affixed, has been notified and accredited to both Department of Interior –Internal Affairs, and the Department of Foreign Affairs and under International Laws enjoys Immunity from criminal and civil jurisdictions.
The bearer shall be treated with due respect and all appropriate steps shall be taken to prevent any attack on the bearer’s person, freedom, residence, office, rights, properties, or dignity; and shall not be liable to any form of arrest or detention, but may be given notice of violation.
The Department of Foreign Affairs requires and request in the name World Humanity Commission, Governments, Organizations, Private Sector Agencies, Stakeholders, relevant Authorities, and all those to whom it may concern to allow the bearer of this Diplomatic Appointment to pass and work freely without let or hindrance and to afford the bearer such assistance and protection as may necessary under the International Laws, Humanitarian Laws, Treaties, Protocols and Status recognized by Vienna Conventions of April 18th 1961 and 1963 for protection of the Diplomats.
Law Enforcement Inquiries should be directed to the Department of Foreign Affairs | Headquarters of the World Humanity Commission, United States of America.
Furthermore, in the discharge of this civic responsibility, and in our collective determinations to make the world a better place for humanity, we will appreciate any support and assistance to the Commission and our Ambassador(s), to conduct WHC Works [programs, projects, and events] among other activities in a systematic way for humanity.
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