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Tuesday, September 13 2011 , Your time is 15:58:00
A three-day Eurasian Economic Summit was finalized on April 6 with two landmark sessions titled “Contributions of the Religions to Peace in Order to Environment of Violence and Terror Within the Framework of Islamic Solidarity” and the presidential session on “Humanity at Crossroads.”
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President of Macedonian Chambers of Commerce
As President of the Macedonian Chambers of Commerce, which is a union of 33 chambers of commerce and 30 organizations and is the largest business association in the country.
Member of the Board Secretary General of Vienna Economic Forum
We, of Vienna Economic Forum, have the privilege and the great responsibility, together with our president Dr Erhard Busek, an enthusiastic advocate of regional cooperation, together with all our members from the 14 member countries, to actively support the economic collaboration in the region.
Bosnia and Herzegovina Minister of Civil Affairs
It is extraordinary honour and pleasure to be here today in the company of professionals who will with their knowledge, experience and horizons of their thinking contribute to deeper and more comprehensive view in terms of relation between the country and religion, with special emphasis on the contribution of religion to peace, and overcoming terrorism and relation between migrations and terrorism.
Migrants and refugees deserve to live a good life, Macedonian President Gjorge Ivanov said in his address to participants at the Eurasia Economic Forum on April 6
A more predictable and transparent Turkey will succeed in luring more foreign investors, according to Deputy Prime Minister Mehmet Şimşek, responsible for economic issues in the Turkish government
Prince Radu of Romania delivered a speech on the first day of the sessions at the Eurasian Economy Summit in Istanbul, where he highlighted the power of young generations. Here is an extract from his speech:
Begjan Kakajanov, the deputy minister of economy and development in Turkmenistan, has outlined the energy goals of his country