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Pascal Lamy, aged 63, holds an MBA from HEC, and also studied at Sciences Po, and ENA. He began his ...
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Brussels, 12 June 2015 - The role of multilateralism in Africa : from despair to hope?

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Pascal Lamy, our President emeritus, participates in the Forum CransMontana plenary session about the role of multilateralism in Africa's developement.



Chair : Mr. Pascal Lamy Former Director General, World Trade Organization


Special Guest : Mr. Michel Kafando Transitional President of the Republic, Burkina Faso


with the participation of : 

- Mr. François Lonseny Fall, Minister of Foreign Affairs, Guinea 

- Mr. Akwasi Opong-Fosu, Minister of State, Ghana 

- Mr. Serifo Embalo, Minister of Trade, Guinea Bissau

- Mr. Abdoulaye Diouf Sarr, Minister of Tourism & Air Transport, Senegal

- Mr. Aboubakary Abdoulaye, First Vice-Speaker of the Senate, Cameroon

- Mr. Guy Zilberstein, Strategic Advisor to the Presidency of the African Union

- Mr. Mohammed Benhamou, President, Centre Marocain des Études Stratégiques, Morocco

- Mr. Jean-Baptiste Natama, Head of Staff, Presidency of the African Union

- Mr. Richard Dowden, Director, Royal African Society, United Kingdom


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