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Address201 East 42nd Street, Suite 405
New York, NY 10017
Phonelocal: (212) 557.5001
international: +1.212.557.5001
Faxlocal: (212) 557.5009
international: +1.212.557.5009

Comments on this Permanent Mission to the UN

Paul Sarika
Sun, 20 Oct 2013 10:00 EDT
final part of my request for scholarship (faith counts)
Sir,I have struggled for it,even having broken parents!Those who laughs at my struggling life will repent for my success.
Paul Sarika
Mon, 14 Oct 2013 10:32 EDT
reqursting scholarship to America.(PNG undergraduate student 2013 Grade 12)
Dear Sir,since you have the power to recomend me,I ask for a space while I'm in the period of exam.
Adrian Winnie
Mon, 2 Sep 2013 07:32 EDT
i wish to enquire regarding the program for the UN 68th GAS as well as that of the High-level Meeting on Disability and Development on the 21st of September 2013.

Could somebody get in touch with me via my email awinnie@dfcd.gov.pg

Executive Officer
Office of the Secretary
Waigani, PNG
Levi ,Kluesner Kahn
Sun, 5 Feb 2012 12:25 EST
Former NZ PM must be held accountable
Former Kiwi Prime Minister, and now Administrator of UNDP, Helen Clark has been charged with murder of a colleague and felloe diplomat. She must be held accountable by Member States of the UN: as a country from the region, PNG should raise this issue in the General Assembly, thanks
Tue, 12 Apr 2011 13:56 EDT
WHat kind of abuses of citizens by senior UN staff can be reported?
Sharon Hilfram
Sun, 23 Jan 2011 19:40 EST
Well done
Congratulations for your courage on running Dr. Noman's brave report. He risked his life to show "conscience to power", like Thomas More to Henry the VIII ; I work at the UN and Dr. Noman is our Thomas Moore.
Omar Noman
Mon, 3 Jan 2011 07:57 EST
Resignation of Helen Clark and Ban Ki Moon


A process and movement has begun to impeach the Secretary – General of the United Nations, Ban Ki Moon, and the Administrator of UNDP, Helen Clarke. The charges include conspiracy to murder, covering up UN corruption in 4 countries – Sri Lanka during the civil war and Tsunami, Thailand during street protests, the United States when UN was being made more “accountable” and India, where a democratic process is likely to make its corrupt international civil servants accountable

A 1000 page investigation of corruption was received by Nicholas Rossellini, Assistant Secretary-General, UNDP , Thailand and Neil Buhne, UN Resident Coordinator in Sri Lanka, Ajay Chibber, Head of UNDP Bureau for the Asia-Pacific and Deodat Maharaj, Head of Regional Centre support unit, the USA, and Gail Sealy, Office of Human Resources, the USA. Copies were also sent to Ban Ki Moon and Helen Clark, former Prime Minister of New Zealand, as well as the legal departments of the UN and UNDP.

To this day, after 11 months of the corruption reports release, t has not been acknowledged, let alone action taken.

Instead a vicious campaign against Dr. Omar Noman, Senior UN official, and Head of the corruption inquiry, was launched. He was arrested, forcibly detained in a mental asylum for 10 days and harassed by the police. A panel of 10 British, Greek and American doctors have confirmed that Dr. Noman is physically and mentally in perfect health. He has not had a single day of sickness leave in 2010. Dr. Noman previously taught at Oxford University and is the author of 7 books


• Write to UN permanent missions to seek dismissal
• Write to member government capitals for dismissal
• Put pressure for dismissal by human rights civil society
• Expose officials through the enormous amount of material backing up these charges
• Participation of citizens against the abuses by senior UN staff.
Thu, 11 Mar 2010 05:56 EST
Dear Sirs,
I am resident of Russia and have a green card for the USA, right now I am in New York and planning my trip for business to New New Guinea.
Do I need to apply for it in New York and only in Moscow, Russia?

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