June 1, 2023


Η Μόνιμη Αντιπροσωπεία της Κυπριακής Δημοκρατίας στα Ηνωμένα Έθνη, Νέα Υόρκη, δέχεται αιτήσεις για πλήρωση μίας (1) θέσης Γραφέα/Δακτυλογράφου με τους όρους επιτόπιου προσωπικού.


  • Απολυτήριο αναγνωρισμένης Σχολής Μέσης Εκπαίδευσης.
  • Πολύ καλή γνώση της ελληνικής και της αγγλικής γλώσσας.
  • Ικανότητα χρήσης ηλεκτρονικών υπολογιστών και του διαδικτύου (MS Office – Word, Excel, Power Pint, Outlook).
  • Ακεραιότητα χαρακτήρα, εχεμύθεια, οργανωτική ικανότητα, υπευθυνότητα, πρωτοβουλία και ευθυκρισία.
  • Προηγούμενη πείρα σχετική με τα καθήκοντα της θέσης θα θεωρηθεί ως πλεονέκτημα.
  • Άδεια Εργασίας στις ΗΠΑ θα θεωρηθεί ως πλεονέκτημα.

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The Permanent Mission of the Republic of Cyprus to the United Nations, is accepting applications for the position of one (1) Clerk/Typist under locally employed staff terms and conditions.


  • Baccalaureate from a recognized Secondary School.
  • Fluent in English and Greek, both written and oral.
  • Proficiency in MS Office (Word, Excel, Power Point, Outlook).
  • Integrity, discretion, organizational skills, good judgement, initiative, and responsibility.
  • Prior work experience relevant to the requirements of this position will be considered an advantage.
  • Appropriate U.S. work authorization will be considered an advantage.

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Statement by Amb. Hadjichrysanthou – Protection of Cultural Heritage in Armed Conflicts


“Protection of Cultural Heritage in Armed Conflicts”

New York, 2 May 2023

Mr. Chair,

Let me start by thanking France and the United Arab Emirates for convening this Security Council Arria Formula Meeting, with the co-sponsorship of Italy and Cyprus. I also wish to express our appreciation to our briefers for their invaluable contribution. [Read more…]

Statement by Amb. Hadjichrysanthou – UN Conference on Water – 22 to 24 of March

UN Conference on Water for Sustainable Development

 UN Headquarters, 24 March 2023

Mr. President,

At the outset, I would like to thank the Kingdom of the Netherlands and the Republic of Tajikistan for hosting this long-overdue conference. [Read more…]

Intervention by Amb. Hadjichrysanthou at the UNODC Special Event: “New York Presentation of the 2022 UNODC Global Report on Trafficking in Persons”


“New York Presentation of the 2022 UNODC Global Report on Trafficking in Persons”
New York, 20 March 2023

Thank you, Madame Moderator.

Your Excellencies,

Ladies and Gentlemen,

Firstly, allow me to express our sincere appreciation to UNODC for the publication of the 7th Global Report on Trafficking in Persons as well as for organising this event. It is a great honour to be among distinguished speakers today, contributing to the discussion on how to end human trafficking and protect more victims. [Read more…]

Statement by Amb. Hadjichrysanthou at the SC – Women, Peace and Security

United Nations Security Council Open Debate “Women, Peace, and Security: towards the 25th Anniversary of Resolution 1325”   csw67-1
New York, 7 March 2023

 Madame President,

Firstly, allow me to thank you for organizing this very important debate on the eve of International Women’s Day. My statement will be complementing that of the European Union, to which we fully subscribe.

Almost 23 years have elapsed since the unanimous adoption of Security Council Resolution 1325. This was a historic moment as it was the first time the Security Council recognized the role of women in peace and security. As we come closer to the 25th Anniversary of the resolution, it is imperative to have a stock taking on what we have achieved so far, but mostly where we need to be by 2025 for the Resolution’s full implementation. [Read more…]

Save the date: “Breaking the silence on femicide: ending gender based violence against women and girls”


Femicide is the most brutal and extreme manifestation of violence against women and girls,  rooted in gender inequality,  stereotyped gender roles, discrimination towards women and girls or harmful social norms. Femicide takes place in all regions and countries around the world. Globally, an estimated 81,100 women and girls were killed intentionally in 2021. This side event will discuss ways to strengthen responses to gender related killings and other forms of gender based violence against women and girls on a local, national and international level.

The Permanent Missions of Cyprus and Malta, together with UN Women and UNODC, are organising a CSW67 side event entitled:

Breaking the silence on femicide: ending gender based violence against women and girls”

📆 Thursday 9 March 2023

⏰ 08:15-09:30 a.m.

📍Conference Room 8, UNHQ

The event is open to UN Badge holders. The official invitation with the concept note will follow soon.

Participants wishing to take the floor for a short intervention during the panel discussion, are kindly requested to indicate this in the registration form.

Please register at the link here.


Statement by Amb. Hadjichrysanthou on the 40th anniversary of UNCLOS

amb-unclosPlenary meeting of the General Assembly in commemoration of the 40th anniversary of the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea

New York, 8 December 2022

Mr. Chairman,

Cyprus associates itself with the statement made earlier on behalf of the European Union and its Member States, as well as with the statement of the Group of Friends of UNCLOS. [Read more…]

Statement by the Chair of the Committee on Relations with the Host Country Amb. Hadjichrysanthou

Sixth Committee, 77th Session of the UNGA – Report of the Committee on Relations with the Host Country [item 168]violence-women-11-10-22

7 November 2022

Mr. Chairperson,

It is a pleasure to address today the Sixth Committee in my capacity as Chair of the Committee on Relations with the Host Country in order to introduce this year’s Report of the Committee contained in document A/77/26, Supplement No. 26, which was adopted on 21 October. [Read more…]

Statement by Mr. Haris Chrysostomou – 6th Committee of the UN – Report of the ICC

Item 71 – “Report of the International Criminal Court”, 77th Session of the UNGAicc-1

New York, 31 October 2022


Mr. President,

My remarks today are complementary to the statement delivered by the European Union.

My delegation would like to thank President Hofmański for the introduction of this year’s Report which is included in the document A/77/305, [Read more…]