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22.07.2014   
"A future free from female genital mutilation and child, early and forced marriage" – this is the central goal of the Girl Summit 2014, which is co-hosted by the British government and the United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF) in London on 22 July 2014. Ambassador Nicole Wyrsch, special envoy for human rights issues at the Federal Department of Foreign Affairs (FDFA), is representing Switzerland at the summit.

21.07.2014   
Switzerland is extremely concerned about the serious violations of international law committed by members of the "Islamic State" in Iraq and in Syria. These violations may even constitute crimes against humanity and war crimes. In the face of such alarming facts and allegations, the international community cannot remain indifferent.

21.07.2014   
Switzerland will celebrate Swiss National Day 2014 with Swiss nationals living in South America. On the initiative of the Federal Department of Foreign Affairs, the 15-piece Swiss Military Small Band will give six concerts in Argentina, Uruguay, Peru and Brazil.

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CH - EU

The acceptance of the mass immigration initiative by the electorate and cantons on 9 February means the Federal Council is now charged with introducing a new immigration system within three years. The Agreement on the Free Movement of Persons must be renegotiated and adapted to Switzerland's new immigration system. At the same time, the government must hold talks with the European Union regarding existing and potential bilateral negotiations.


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