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High-level Dialogue on Financing for Development

29 - 30 October 2003, New York

Ministerial Roundtables

Level of participation as of 24 October 2003

TOTAL: 90

Ministers: 33

  1. Andorra—Minister for Foreign Affairs
  2. Angola—Minister for Planning and Economic Development
  3. Bahamas—Minister of Finance
  4. Cambodia—Minister for Foreign Affairs
  5. Colombia—Minister of Finance
  6. Congo—Minister of Planning
  7. Costa Rica—Minister of Economy
  8. Ethiopia—Minister of Trade and Industry
  9. Fiji—Minister for Foreign Affairs and External Trade
  10. France—Minister of Cooperation
  11. Gabon—Minister of State of Planning
  12. India—Minister of State for External Affairs
  13. Ireland—Minister for Development Cooperation
  14. Islamic Republic of Iran—Minister of Economy and Finance
  15. Jamaica—Minister of State (Finance)
  16. Kazakhstan—FM or DFM
  17. Kenya—Minister of Planning
  18. Mauritius—Minister for Foreign Affairs and Regional Cooperation
  19. Morocco—Minister of Finance
  20. Mozambique—Minister of Planning and Finance
  21. Namibia—Director-General, National Planning Commission
  22. Netherlands—Minister of Development Cooperation
  23. Nigeria—Minister of Finance
  24. Norway—Minister of International Development
  25. Pakistan*—Minister of Finance
  26. Philippines—Minister for Foreign Affairs
  27. Republic of Moldova—Minister for Finance
  28. Rwanda—Minister of Finance
  29. Suriname—Minister of Planning and Development Cooperation
  30. Tonga—Minister of Finance
  31. Turkey—State Minister
  32. Uganda—Minister of Finance
  33. United Kingdom—Minister of International Development

*co-chair, not inscribed for a round table

Deputy Ministers: 11

  1. Belarus—Deputy Minister for Foreign Affairs
  2. Brazil—Under Secretary-General for Economic and Technological Affairs, Ministry of External Relations
  3. Croatia—Deputy Minister for Foreign Affairs
  4. Cyprus—Permanent Secretary for the Minister for Foreign Affairs
  5. Czech Republic—Deputy Minister for Foreign Affairs
  6. Denmark—State Secretary
  7. Germany—State Secretary in the Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development
  8. Italy—Vice-Minister for Foreign Affairs
  9. Japan—Deputy Minister for Foreign Affairs
  10. Russian Federation—Deputy Minister of Finance
  11. Slovakia—State Secretary, Ministry for Foreign Affairs

Other levels: 14

  1. Austria—Director-General for Development Cooperation
  2. Burkina Faso—Technical Advisor of the Minister of State for Foreign Affairs and Regional Cooperation
  3. Canada—Vice-President, International Development Agency
  4. Estonia—Director of the Foreign Economic Policy Department
  5. Finland—Director-General
  6. Hungary—Deputy State Secretary, Ministry for Foreign Affairs
  7. Iceland—Counsellor in the Political Department, Multilateral Development, Ministry for Foreign Affairs
  8. Portugal—Member of the Executive Board of the Portuguese Institute for Development Assistance
  9. Spain—Deputy Director-General, Office for Evaluation and Planning, AECI
  10. Sweden—Director-General for Development and Cooperation
  11. Switzerland—Director-General, Development Cooperation Agency
  12. Thailand—Deputy Director-General, Fiscal Policy Office, Ministry of Finance
  13. United Republic of Tanzania—Permanent Secretary, Ministry for Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation
  14. United States—Assistant Administrator, Agency for International Development

Permanent Representatives: 26

  1. Antigua and Barbuda
  2. Argentina
  3. Botswana
  4. Central African Republic
  5. Chad
  6. Chile
  7. China
  8. Cuba
  9. Dominican Republic
  10. Ecuador
  11. Eritrea
  12. Guatemala
  13. Guinea
  14. Lao People’s Democratic Republic
  15. Libyan Arab Jamahiriya
  16. Liechtenstein
  17. Malaysia
  18. Nauru
  19. Nepal
  20. Niger
  21. Pakistan
  22. Qatar
  23. Samoa
  24. Tuvalu
  25. Venezuela
  26. Luxembourg

Deputy Permanent Representative: 1

  1. Algeria

No level: 5

  1. Australia
  2. Egypt
  3. Indonesia
  4. Peru
  5. Republic of Korea
 
 
 

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