Diplomatic Traffic

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Diplomatic Traffic


Byline: James Morrison, THE WASHINGTON TIMES

Diplomatic traffic

Foreign visitors in Washington this week include:

Today

* An Iraqi delegation, including Defense Minister Hazem Shaalan, Transportation Minister Louei Hatim Sultan al-Aris, Public Works Minister Nesreen Mustafa Berwari and Industry Minister Hajim al-Hassani. They address the Woodrow Wilson Center for International Scholars.

* President Abdoulaye Wade of Senegal, President Xanana Gusmao of East Timor, Prime Minister Zurab Zhvania of Georgia, former President Corazon Aquino of the Philippines, Human Rights Minister Amat al-Aleem Alsoswa of Yemen and former Foreign Minister Bronislaw Geremek of Poland. They receive W. Averell Harriman Democracy Awards from the National Democratic Institute.

* Carlos Fernando Chamorro, editor of Nicaragua's Confidencial magazine, who discusses election coverage in Nicaragua, Guatemala and El Salvador in a briefing sponsored by the Inter-American Dialogue.

* Won-Tak Hwang, former South Korean ambassador to Germany, who joins a seminar on U.S.-Korean relations sponsored by Johns Hopkins University.

* Gonzalo Sanchez de Lozada, former president of Bolivia, who joins in a seminar on Latin American pension reform sponsored by the Inter-American Development Bank.

* Fernando Henrique Cardoso, former president of Brazil, who helps inaugurate the Seymour Martin Lipset Lecture on Democracy in the World, a new initiative by the Canadian Embassy and the National Endowment for Democracy.

Wednesday

* Yuan Jian, vice president of China's Institute of International Studies, who meets foreign-policy specialists to discuss U.S.-China relations.

* Waltraud Klasnic, governor of the Austrian province of Styria. She meets D.C. Mayor Anthony A. Williams, members of Congress and State Department officials.

* Tadakatsu Sano, Japan's former vice minister for trade, who participates in a forum sponsored by the Institute for International Economics and the Japan External Trade Organization. …

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