Consular Corps of Curaçao gets a new board

WILLEMSTAD - A new Board of the Consular Corps of Curaçao was appointed at the recent annual general meeting. Karel Frielink, honorary consul of Germany, was re-elected as Dean.
The other board members elected were Margaret Hawthorne (U.S. Consul General) as Vice-Dean, Jan Van Belleghem (honorary consul of Belgium) as Treasurer, Ralph Obersi (honorary consul of Mexico) as Secretary and Paul Pradin (honorary consul of France) as Member.
The Consular Corps of Curaçao represents 31 countries. Its members serve as consul general, vice-consul, or honorary consul. They assist citizens from the countries they represent visiting or living in Curaçao in some legal and consular matters. They also work to promote good relations between Curaçao and the country they represent.
Photo from left to right:
Paul Pradin (Member), Karel Frielink (Dean), Margaret Hawthorne (Vice-Dean), Jan Van Belleghem (Treasurer) and Ralph Obersi (Secretary)
Nieuw bestuur Corps Consulair van Curaçao
In de recent gehouden ledenvergadering is een nieuw bestuur van het Corps Consulair van Curaçao gekozen. Karel Frielink, honorair consul van Duitsland, is herkozen als voorzitter. De andere bestuursleden zijn Margaret Hawthorne (consul-generaal van de Verenigde Staten) als vice-voorzitter, Jan van Belleghem (honorair consul van België) als penningmeester, Ralph Obersi (honorair consul van Mexico) als secretaris en Paul Pradin (honorair consul van Frankrijk) als lid.
In het Corps Consulair van Curaçao zijn 31 landen vertegenwoordigd. De leden zijn consul-generaal, vice-consul of honorair consul. Zij helpen de burgers van de landen die zij vertegenwoordigen die in Curaçao wonen of op bezoek zijn met bepaalde juridische en consulaire zaken. Verder bevorderen zij de goede verstandhouding tussen Curaçao en het land dat zij vertegenwoordigen.
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Paul Pradin (lid), Karel Frielink (voorzitter), Margaret Hawthorne (vice-voorzitter), Jan Van Belleghem (penningmeester) en Ralph Obersi (secretaris)

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