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Category Archives: Kofi Annan

Hannay, Sir David

(United Kingdom, 1935 – ) Diplomat Sir David Hannay is a British diplomat who served as Ambassador and permanent representative to the United Nations from 1990 to 1995. In this capacity he represented the United Kingdom in the Security Council during Saddam Hussein's 1990 invasion of Kuwait. In 1996 he was reassigned and appointed Special Representative for Cyprus, serving in this capacity [...]

Posted in Iraq-Kuwait Situation, Kofi Annan, UNSCOM

Arria, Diego

(Venezuela, 1938 – ) Diplomat Diego Arria's connection with the United Nations started in 1991 when he became the Permanent Representative of Venezuela. He remained in that post until 1994, serving as Security Council President on March 1992. In 2003, Mr. Arria was named Special Advisor to Secretary-General Kofi Annan. Due to Venezuela's role in the Secretary-General's "Group of Friends" and because [...]

Posted in El Salvador, Haiti, Kofi Annan, Peacebuilding, Venezuela

Fawzi, Ahmad

(Egypt, 1948 – ) Journalist, International Civil Servant Ahmad Fawzi had been an accomplished journalist before he began his career at the United Nations. In 1989, he was Reuters Television Bureau Chief for the Middle East and also served as Regional News Manager for Eastern Europe. From 1991 to 1992, he was the News Operations [...]

Posted in Communication Media, Kofi Annan

Crossette, Barbara

(United States of America, 1939 – ) Journalist A seasoned journalist, Barbara Crossette worked for The Evening and Sunday Bulletin in Philadelphia and The Birmingham in Birmingham, in England, before she became a New York Times correspondent and reported from South Asia, South-east Asia, Central America, the Caribbean, Canada and Washington, D.C.  She was the [...]

Posted in Boutros Boutros-Ghali, Communication Media, Kofi Annan