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(Title) Meeting with representatives of the Greek Diaspora was on the sidelines of the Council of the Socialist International, held in New York, George Papandreou.
Immediately after meeting the Prime Minister made the following statement:
“We are continuing our efforts to develop the country and the transfer of knowledge from the Greek diaspora. It’s big business that we have build. They have enormous potential. Now, in the this is a great opportunity to utilize this capital to make major changes in our country “.
NOW WHAT THE GREEKS OF DIASPORA be perceived AS GOOD OR AS A THREAT ;;;
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“Lessons Learned from a Quarter Century of Peacemaking on Three Continents”. Alvaro de Soto, a Peruvian diplomat, left the United Nations in May 2007 after a 25-year career, his last position being the UN Special Coordinator for the Middle East Peace Process. Mr de Soto led the 1990-1991 negotiations which ended the decade-long war in El Salvador. He conducted the 1999-2004 negotiations which led to the draft comprehensive settlement for the Cyprus problem. He was also the Secretary-General’s Special Envoy to Myanmar (Burma) (1995-1999) and his Special Representative for the Western Sahara (2003-2005). He worked closely in his career with UN Secretaries-General Perez de Cuellar, Boutros-Ghali and Kofi Annan, in addition to holding senior positions in the Secretary-General’s office and in the Department of Political Affairs.
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