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Colin Hamilton/freelance photograper
Alexis (left) and Camille Delpart enjoying cocktails at the French National Day reception held at the Ambassador's residence on Tuesday July 14, 2009.
Colin Hamilton/freelance photograper
Cuban Ambassador Gisela Garcia talks business with ODPEM Director General Ronald Jackson. 


French National Day reception held at the Ambassador's residence on Tuesday July 14, 2009.
Colin Hamilton/freelance photograper
Haven't seen Adrien Lemaire (left) around much, but the former cultural attache at the French Embassy was out with lady love Danielle Crosskill at the National Day reception. Word is he's now a budding businessman. Voila!

 held at the Ambassador's residence on Tuesday July 14, 2009.
Colin Hamilton/freelance photograper
Lucio Romero (right) has got (from left) Honna Marttila, Armando Gomes and Severile Morel hanging on his every word as the quartet chill at the French National Day reception.



 held at the Ambassador's residence on Tuesday July 14, 2009.
Colin Hamilton/freelance photograper
Ricardo Allicock has Mexican Ambassador Leonora Rueda (centre) and her daughter Valentina Gonzalez in stitches.


French National Day reception held at the Ambassador's residence on Tuesday July 14, 2009.
Colin Hamilton/freelance photograper
This is a 'French connection' indeed. French Ambassador Marc-Olivier Gendry (centre) with fellow French-speaking diplomats Ambassador Nafissatou Diagne (left) of Senegal and Max Alce, charge d'affaires at the Haitian Embassy. They were celebrating at France's National Day reception held at Ambassador Gendry's residence on Hillcrest Avenue on Tuesday.


 July 14, 2009.
Rudolph Brown/Chief Photographer
Dr. Sheila Campbell- Forrester, Chief Medical Officer in the Ministry of Health greets Ricardo Bennett at the PIOJ/UNFPA World Population Day launch and media sensitization workshop at the Terra Nova Hotel in Kingston on Tuesday, July 14-2009
Rudolph Brown/Chief Photographer
Harold Robinson, (centre) UNFPA Director, Sub-Regional Office for the English and Dutch speaking Caribbean in discussion with Dr. Sheila Campbell- Forrester, (left) Chief Medical Officer in the Ministry of Health and Ricardo Bennett at the PIOJ/UNFPA World Population Day launch and media sensitization workshop at the Terra Nova Hotel in Kingston on Tuesday, July 14-2009
Rudolph Brown/Chief Photographer
Hernando Agudelo, (left) Deputy Director of UNFPA Subregional Office for the Caribbean in discussion with Dr. Pauline Knight, Director, social Policy, Planningnd Research Planning Institute of Jamaica and Harold Robinson, UNFPA Director, Sub-Regional Office for the English and Dutch speaking Caribbean at the PIOJ/UNFPA World Population Day launch and media sensitization workshop at the Terra Nova Hotel in Kingston on Tuesday, July 14-2009
Rudolph Brown/Chief Photographer
Members of Sistren Theatre Collective Women and the Economic Crisis perform at the PIOJ/UNFPA World Population Day launch and media sensitization workshop at the Terra Nova Hotel in Kingston on Tuesday, July 14-2009
Rudolph Brown/Chief Photographer
Members of Sistren Theatre Collective Women and the Economic Crisis perform at the PIOJ/UNFPA World Population Day launch and media sensitization workshop at the Terra Nova Hotel in Kingston on Tuesday, July 14-2009
Rudolph Brown/Chief Photographer
Members of Sistren Theatre Collective Women and the Economic Crisis perform at the PIOJ/UNFPA World Population Day launch and media sensitization workshop at the Terra Nova Hotel in Kingston on Tuesday, July 14-2009
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