New York City, N.Y. — The Humpty Dumpty Institute (HDI) through its “U.N. Across America Program”, will bring a delegation of senior U.N. diplomats to Salt Lake City November 30-December 2, 2008. (List below) The delegation will arrive in Salt Lake City Sunday afternoon, November 30. Included among their activities while in Salt Lake City are a meeting with Lt. Governor Herbert, a roundtable with students and faculty of the University of Utah, a lunch and program at LDS’ Humanitarian Division, and touring the cultural sites of the city.
Ms. Constance Milstein, Chairman of HDI, says “HDI’s ‘U.N. Across America” program is designed to show U.N. diplomats areas throughout the United States they might not have the opportunity to visit. We believe that it is extremely important to expose them to the economic and cultural vibrancy of Los Angeles and give them a chance to forge ties with the city’s business, academic, and cultural communities”.
For a detailed schedule or to arrange interviews with any of the participants, please contact HDI Program Manager Alma Manzo at 212-944-7111, or by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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- Ambassador Slobodan Tashovski – Permanent Representative of Macedonia to the United Nations
- Ambassador Bui The Giang – Deputy Permanent Representative of the Socialist Republic of Vietnam to the United Nations.
- Minister Petr Kaiser– Deputy Permanent Representative of Czech Republic to the United Nations
- Minister Counsellor Mahmoud Mohamed Aboud, Deputy Permanent Representative of the Union of the Comoros to the United Nations
- Counsellor Petunia Lindiwe Mndebele– Deputy Permanent Representative of Swaziland to the United Nations
- Mr. Muhammad Rafiuddin Shah – Permanent Mission of Pakistan to the United Nations
- Counsellor Tilahun Mamo Woldearegay – Permanent Mission of Ethiopia to the United Nations
- Counsellor Arthur Kafeero – Permanent Mission of Uganda to the United Nations
- Mr. William Lin - Deputy Director General of TECO in New York