Katherine von Wettin

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Her Excellency

Katherine von Wettin
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Von Wettin in 2020
11th Secretary-General of the C.C.A.
Assumed office
1st January 2020
DeputyRannous Devin
Preceded byAdrik Pavel
Personal details
Katherine von Wettin

(1954-07-30) 30 July 1954 (age 68)
Lerbin, Drambenburg
Alma materUniversity of Lerbin

Katherine von Wettin; born 30 July 1954) is a Drambenburgian politician and diplomat who is serving as the eleventh Secretary-General of the Coalition of Crown Albatross, taking the position at the end of Adrik Pavel's term at the beginning of 2020. She is the second Drambenburgian and the second woman to hold the title of Secretary-General, following Kjersten van der Haagen (1990-92). She is a member of the Royal House of Drambenburg, the prestigious House von Wettin. She was initially considered to be a long shot for the office due to her royalty and controversies of her family members, but she was elected narrowly to her seat. As secretary-general, she has been responsible for several major reforms on peacekeeping and CCA employment practices around the world. Diplomatically, von Wettin has taken particularly strong views on global warming, the civil conflict in Zalluabed, and promoting environmentally sustainable and socially inclusive economic growth in developing countries and emerging economies.

One of the first crisis' von Wettin faced as Secretary-General was Ossinia's attacks on international shipping and Zamastanian Navy vessels in the Ossinia Sea in April and May of 2020, which led her to remove Martin Saint-Yves' representative seat from the C.C.A. General Assembly, paving the way for the coalition-invasion of Ossinia by Zamastan. She has also had to navigate the diplomatic and humanitarian crisis that unfolded following the outbreak of the Civil War in Syraranto, the relief response to the Temebok tsunami and Central Ausiana floods, and the issue of international counter-terrorism.

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