- Oct 30, 2006
- Bécs-Altstadt & Kispest
- Coro (Skepps)
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Bureau des Affaires étrangères
You must be registered for see imagesWhat do we do?
We pursue our national interests and project Guienny as a force for good in the world. We promote the interests of Guiennais citizens, safeguard the Kingdom's security, defend our values, and tackle global challenges with our international partners. We engage the world diplomatically and professionally.
Our ambition for the Foreign Office is to maximise our global impact in the service of Guienny's interests and values – working together with our partners and allies, both potential and actual, as a force for good in the world. Delivering change that makes a difference in the real world will be at the centre of what we do, using evidence to ensure we are adopting best practices. We will be ready to respond to crises, particularly those affecting the safety or welfare of Guiennais nationals overseas and large-scale humanitarian disasters. Our efforts will make Guienny safer and more resilient to global threats.
Who we are
The Foreign Office was established by the 1812 Foreign Intelligence and Relations Act, designed to improve Guienny's ability to conduct affairs abroad. We employ around 10,000 staff in our diplomatic offices worldwide, including in the European Forum and overseas embassies and high commissions. Our Guienny-based staff work at the King Henry IV Street Office, at Maison Abercrombie in Le Vieux-Bourg. We also have other offices, notably in Fortaleza Real, Alberche, and staff based in Orléans-sur-Mer, and Vivesaigues our largest port cities.
A Message from the Foreign Secretary
You must be registered for see imagesBonjour, hello! My name is Amélia Dubois and I am the Foreign Secretary for the Kingdom of Guyenny. Thank you for your interest in the Foreign Office. It is here that Guyenny embarks on its journey abroad! Our efforts to engage with foreign cultures, societies, and of course nations on the most peaceful and diplomatic terms is what sets our business apart from the other Offices and Ministries in Guyenny. It is an honour and a privilege to hold this post, one of the four most prestigious positions in our country. As a young girl I never dreamed of ascending to these heights within our Government, and it speaks to the character of our Kingdom where a girl can dream to reach for the stars and actually find herself among them.
For me, for my family, Guyenny represents something special on the international stage. We are a democracy, but not just that, we are a force for good. For humanity reaching its greater potential. It is my belief that the Foreign Office can reach greater heights for continuing this mission statement, for our own citizens and others who live in far more oppressive situations abroad.
Where there is tyranny, there are marginalized situations for women, and as the first female Foreign Secretary in the history of our Kingdom, I plan to find ways to help women and children and stress that these often overlooked people are not forgotten when considering our global responsibilities. It is my hope that Guyenny can stand for something greater than it ever has before, and together we can lead Europe towards a more prosperous future, both economically and culturally, but also in terms of equity and liberty.
It is my sincere hope that the Foreign Office can find a way to help you achieve what you are looking for when engaging Guyenny. Whether you are a business leader, a university student, or a young child, both at home and abroad... Guyenny has something to offer you.
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Amélia Dubois MP
Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs
Secrétaire d'État aux Affaires étrangères
Amélia has been a Conservative Alliance (Alliance conservatrice) MP for Pont de pierre Ouest in Orléans-sur-Mer for seven years and a member of the Gordon Howe Government since 2019 starting as the Minister for Environment. She graduated with a degree in journalism from the University of Orléans in 1997.
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