Unterstützung der österreichischen Minen-Konferenzvorsitzführung in Nairobi durch einen Konsulenten
Contract partner: Mark W. Blaisse PILGRIMS, Dr.Country:
Funding amount: € 5.000,00Project start: 28.11.2004End: 04.12.2004
Der "World Summit on a Mine Free World" 2004 in Nairobi wird unter österreichischem Vorsitz, durch Botschafter Petritsch, geführt. Zur Unterstützung wird ein Konsultent, Mark Blaisse, als Sprecher und für die Protokollführung beauftragt.
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