Embajadora de Panamá en Israel presenta Cartas Credenciales – שגרירת פנמה בישראל מגישה את כתב האמנה שלה

שגרירת פנמה בישראל מגישה את כתב האמנה שלה
Embajadora de Panamá en Israel presenta Cartas Credenciales
בשבל לקרוא בעברית הלכו לתמונה

Jerusalén, 4 junio 2015: Su Excelencia, Adis Urieta Vega, Embajadora Extraordinaria y Plenipotenciaria de la República de Panamá en Israel, presentó Cartas Credenciales el día de hoy ante el Excelentísimo Presidente, Reuven Rivlin.
La ceremonia se llevó a cabo en la casa presidencial en la Ciudad de Jerusalén, donde la señora Embajadora Urieta tuvo la oportunidad de conversar en idioma hebreo con el señor Presidente sobre las relaciones históricas entre ambos países, incluso antes de que existieran los dos Estados.
La Embajadora Urieta, reseñó como se entrelazan las historias de los primeros trenes de Panamá e Israel y los episodios que marcaron el nacimiento de los Estados. Resaltó las conversaciones del Tratado de Libre Comercio entre Israel y Panamá; las aspiraciones panameñas de mejorar la cooperación en el campo agrícola, y adelantar un convenio sobre cooperación entre los ministerio públicos de los dos países, entre otros proyectos.
El presidente Rivlin, mostró su complacencia ante el inicio de labores de la nueva embajadora y Informó que esta invitando oficialmente al Presidente panameño Juan Carlos Varela para que realice una visita a Israel.
El presidente Rivlin describió a Panamá como un en lugar geografico muy importante y estrategico en el mundo. Destacó que las relaciones de Panamá siempre han sido cálidas y amistosas. Que le ha apoyado desde la creación del Estado y que no olvidará.

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Nueva Embajadora de Panamá en Israel – New Ambassador of Panama in Israel.

Miércoles, 22 de Abril de 2015

La periodista Adis Arlene Urieta Vega, tomó posesión del cargo como embajadora Extraordinaria y Plenipotenciaria de la República de Panamá en el Estado de Israel. La diplomática panameña  se ha desempeñado por muchos años en la Misión de Panamá en el Estado de Israel, ocupando los cargos de Agregada Cultural y Vicecónsul y Encargada de Negocios y de Asuntos Consulares. Egresada de la Universidad de Panamá,  Urieta domina el idioma inglés y el hebreo, además ha realizado cursos  de  actualización sobre  Economía e Integración, Derechos Humanos   y sobre  el Medio Oriente.

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Adis Urieta, took office as Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the Republic of Panama in the State of Israel.
The Panamanian diplomat has served for several years in the Mission of Panama in the State of Israel, holding the positions of Cultural Affairs and Vice Consul and Head of Business and Consular Affairs. Graduated from the University of Panama in the area of Social Communicatios, Urieta speaks Spanish, English and Hebrew, and has also conducted courses in Economy and Regional Integration in Central America, Human Rights during armed conflicts and the several Middle East conflicts.
In Addition of beeing a Diplomat, Mrs Urieta has developed a large Journalis career for many years-in televison,written press,news agencies and radio-mainly couvering the news in Panama and conflict areas in Latin America and Meadle East.

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- ראה עוד ב:http://mire.gob.pa/noticias/2015/04/22/toma-posesion-embajadora-de-panama-en-israel#sthash.ujp4x0iH.dpuf

Nuevo Escudo de Panamá – New Coat of Arms of Panama 2015

After the Panamanian flag was adopted, the Interim Governing Board announced a competition for national artists to present designs for what would be the new nation’s coat of arms. Among hundreds of models, the coat of arms designed by Nicolás Villalaz and painted by his brother Sebastián Villalaz was chosen. It was approved in 1904 and has been used officially ever since.

Description of the Coat of Arms:

  • It rests on a green field, a symbol of the vegetation. It has an ogival shape and is divided into three parts.
  • The center shows the Isthmus with its seas and sky, highlighting the moon rising above the waves as the sun begins to hide behind the mountain, which marks the solemn hour of our separation from Colombia.
  • The top portion is divided into two quarters: on the right-hand side, with a silver background, hang a sword and a rifle that symbolize a permanent abandonment of civil wars, the cause of our ruin; on the left-hand side, with a red background, a gleaming shovel and hoe lie crossed over each other, to symbolize work.
  • The bottom tip of the shield is also divided into two halves: the right-hand side, with a blue background, displays a cornucopia, emblem of wealth; the left-hand side, with a silver background, shows a winged wheel, symbol of progress.
  • A harpy eagle, emblem of sovereignty, extends its wings behind and over the coat of arms. Its head is turned to the left, and it grasps in its beak a silver ribbon, which hangs down to either side.
  • The ribbon is inscribed with the motto “Pro Mundi Beneficio,” meaning “For the benefit of the world”.
  • Nine golden stars arch above the eagle, representing the provinces in which the Republic is divided.
  • As decorative accessories, two national flags are draped on either side of the coat of arms and gathered at the bottom.

Meaning of the Coat of Arms:

  • It represents our glory, our heritage, and our heraldry.
  • The motto is very significant, as it not only describes the fact that Panama is opened wide to the service of the global community, but also characterizes our culture that is welcoming to all, especially to foreigners who live here as if it were their homeland, and to travelers just passing through.
  • The design symbolizes our independence from Colombia, work, and peace. The cornucopia, or horn of plenty, represents abundance, not only of fish, butterflies, and trees, but of worthy men and women with noble sentiments.

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Fuente: http://www.visitpanama.com/about-panamaen/historial-facts/item/2109-el-escudo-de-armas.html?lang=en

Bahai´s World Center (5 fotos)

Ambassador of Panama in Israel Hector Gallardo Aparicio, visited Authorities of Bahai´s World Center, based in Haifa, Israel. Bahai´s World community is conformed by around 6 million followers around the world. of which approximately 25.000 are Panamanians. Ambassador Aparicio took the opportunity to invite them to celebrate it´s world congress in Atlapa Convention Center in Panama city, letting them know the advantages of the facilities that Panama offers in the fields of air, maritime and telecommunications connectivity. Performing this congress in Panama, 2.500 tourists will be visiting us, generating between 7.000 to 7500 hotel nights.
Foto: Ambassador of Panama in Israel Hector Gallardo Aparicio, visited Authorities of Bahai´s World Center, based in Haifa, Israel. Bahai´s World community is conformed by around 6 million followers around the world. of which approximately 25.000 are Panamanians. Ambassador Aparicio took the opportunity to invite them to celebrate it´s world congress in Atlapa Convention Center in Panama city, letting them know the advantages of the facilities that Panama offers in the fields of air, maritime and telecommunications connectivity. Performing this congress in Panama, 2.500 tourists will be visiting us, generating between 7.000 to 7500 hotel nights.<br />
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