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Kofi Annan

Secretary-General of the United Nations from 1997 to 2006. He worked on a variety of international development projects during his tenure, including the Iraq Oil-for-Food program. He was a recipient of the 2001 Nobel Peace Prize.
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Abu-Ghazaleh was Vice Chair with Their Excellency's Kofi Anan and Ban Ki-moon, subsequently.
Ahdeya was honoured by former UN Secretary-General Kofi Anan.
A number of Arab countries of the Middle East remained allies of the United States in its naked aggression against Iraq about which the UN Secretary General Kofi Anan had to say that this war was illegal although it was authorized by the UN Security Council.
The proposals include full implementation of the recommendations of the Kofi Anan Advisory Commission as well as bringing again the resolution before the table of the UN Security Council to facilitate the investigation on violation of human rights and thus ensure an international supervision for safe repatriation.
Kofi Anan The first black African to lead the United Nations, Kofi Anan died on August 18 at the age of 80.
Former UN Secretary General Kofi Anan described it as a "soft power" tool for bridging divides and promoting understanding between countries or identity groups, all with a view toward preventing conflict and promoting social cohesion.
Abu-Ghazaleh has chaired more than 14 UN taskforces and initiatives and he was Vice Chair with Their Excellencies Kofi Anan and Ban Ki-moon of the UN Global Compact as well as being a member of several UN programs, most recently being named Special Ambassador to the World Tourism Organization (UNWTO) and a member of the United Nations Social Impact Fund High Level Advisory Board (UNSIF-HLAB).
"They (Greek Cypriots) do not listen; if they had listened, we would have solved this matter with Kofi Anan. We accepted everything in the Anan Plan, but they backed out.
class="MsoNormalHere in Kenya, following the intervention of the AU Panel of Eminent Persons, led by former Tanzanian president Benjamin Mkapa and former UN Secretary-General Kofi Anan, a peace deal was reached after the disputed 2007 elections, ending deadly conflicts.
If actions speaks louder than words, Canada has taken the lead among the Western countries that really comprehend Kofi Anan's Commission which clearly spells out that there are two administrations in Burma and that power still comes out of the barrel of the gun.
There are five other monarchs and 31 presidents available as well such respected leaders like Kofi Anan or Barack Obama, who qualifies by dint of his Kenyan ancestry.