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List of participants at the conference in Paris on Libya

  •    Two unknowns remain in the early afternoon on participation: Saudi Arabia and Nigeria. Only one country has formally declined the invitation, South Africa.
  •    The following participants:
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  •    Heads of State
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  •    - Bahrain: Hamad bin Isa Al Khalifa
  •    - Bosnia and Herzegovina Zeljko Komsic
  •    - France: Nicolas Sarkozy
  •    - Gabon: Ali Bongo
  •    - Jordan: Abdullah
  •    - Mali: Amadou Toumani Touré
  •    - Mauritania: Mohamed Ould Abdelaziz
  •    - Niger: Mahamadou Issoufou
  •    - Qatar: Sheikh Hamad bin Khalifa Al Thani
  •    - Romania: Traian Basescu
  •    - Senegal: Abdoulaye Wade
  •    - Switzerland: Micheline Calmy-Rey
  •    - Chad: Idriss Deby
  •     
  •    Heads of Government
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  •    - Germany: Angela Merkel
  •    - Belgium: Yves Leterme
  •    - Bulgaria: Boyko Borisov
  •    - Canada: Stephen Harper
  •    - Denmark: Lars Lokke Rasmussen
  •    - Spain: Jose Luis Rodriguez Zapatero
  •    - Greece: George Papandreou
  •    - Italy: Silvio Berlusconi
  •    - Lebanon: Najib Mikati
  •    - Malta: Lawrence Gonzi
  •    - Morocco: Abbas El Fassi
  •    - Norway: Jens Stoltenberg
  •    - Netherlands: Mark Rutte
  •    - Poland: Donald Tusk
  •    - Portugal: Pedro Passos Coelho
  •    - UK: David Cameron
  •    - Sweden: Fredrik Reinfeldt
  •    - Tunisia: Beji Caid Essesbi
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  •    Ministers, representatives
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  •    - Algeria: Mourad Medelci (Foreign Minister)
  •    - Australia: Craig Emerson (Minister of Trade, Foreign Affairs Acting)
  •    - Brazil: Cesario Melantonio Neto (ambassador to Egypt)
  •    - China Zhai Jun (Vice Minister of Foreign Affairs)
  •    - Cyprus: Erato Kouzako-Marcoullis (Foreign Minister)
  •    - Colombia: Nestor Osorio (ambassador to the UN)
  •    - South Korea: Kim Sung-hwan (Foreign Minister)
  •    - Egypt: Amr Mohamed Kamal (Minister of Foreign Affairs)
  •    - United Arab Emirates: Sheikh Abdullah Bin Zayed Al Nahyan (Minister of Foreign Affairs)
  •    - USA: Hillary Clinton (Secretary of State)
  •    - Ethiopia: Berhane Gebre-Christos (Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs)
  •    - India: M. E. Ahamed (Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs)
  •    - Iraq: Farid Yassin (ambassador to France)
  •    - Japan: Shigeo Matsutomi (General Manager Middle East and Africa Department of Foreign Affairs)
  •    - Kuwait: Sheik Mohammed Sabah Al Salem Al Sabah (Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs)
  •    - Russia: Mikhail Margelov (senator, representative of Russia at the conference about Libya)
  •    - Sudan: Mohamed Amin Abdallah Elkrib (ambassador to Libya)
  •    - Turkey: Ahmet Davutoglu (Foreign Minister)
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  •    International Organizations
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  •    - Cooperation Council for the Arab Gulf States: Abdullatif Bin Rashid Al Zayani (Secretary General)
  •    - Arab League: Nabil El Araby (Secretary General)
  •    - Organization of Islamic Cooperation: Habib KAABACHI (Political Director)
  •    - United Nations: Ban Ki-moon (Secretary General)
  •    - NATO: Anders Fogh Rasmussen (Secretary General)
  •    - African Union Jean Ping (Chairman of the Committee)
  •    - European Union: Herman Van Rompuy (President of the European Council), José
  • Manuel Barroso (President of the Commission), Catherine Ashton (High Representative for Foreign Affairs)
  •    - Union for the Mediterranean: Youssef Amrani (Secretary General)
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  • Ennaharonline/ M. O.

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