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Botswana Review - 29th Session of Universal Periodic Review
17 Jan 2018 -  Botswana - Universal Periodic Review National Reports
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LIST OF SPEAKERS
H.E. Mr. Edwin J. Batshu, Minister of Nationality, Immigration and Gender Affairs of Botswana (Introduction)
Russian Federation, Mr. Dmitry Vorobyev
Rwanda, Mr. Moses Rugema
Senegal, Ms. Marie-Victoire Mendy
Sierra Leone, Ms. Yvette Stevens
Singapore, Mr. Foo Kok Jwee
Slovakia, Mr. Juraj Podhorský
Slovenia, Mr. Klemen Ponikvar
South Africa, Mr. Clinton Swemmer
Spain, Mr. Emilio Pin
State of Palestine, Ms. Diyala Abdlrassul
Sudan, Mr. Madi Elfatih
Sweden, Ms. Veronika Bard
Syrian Arab Republic, Mr. Tawfik Abou Ghalon
Thailand, Mr. Sasiwat Wongsinsawat
Timor Leste, Mr. Aurélio Barros
Togo, Ms. Amavi Mawoussi Gbegbe
Tunisia, Ms. Intissar Ben Attitallah
Turkey, Mr. Hasan Emre Uygun
Ukraine, Ms. Dina Martina
United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, Mr. Chris Lomax
United States of America, Mr. Jason Ross Mack
Uruguay, Ms. Laura Silva
Venezuela (Bolivarian Republic of), Mr. Luis Roman Damiani Pellegrini
Zambia, Mr. Inyambo Liboma
Zimbabwe, Mr. Pearson Tapiwa Chigiji
Afghanistan, Mr. Sher Alam Abasi
Algeria, Mr. Mehdi Litim
Angola, Mr. André Da Conceição Domingos
Argentina, Ms. Victoria Gobbi
Armenia, Ms. Armine Petrosyan
Australia, Mr. Kevin Playford
Azerbaijan, Mr. Emin Aslanov
Bangladesh, Mr. Md. Abdul Wadud Akanda
Belgium, Mr. Thomas Stevens
Benin, Mr. Jimy Philibert Agongbonon
Bhutan, Ms. Tshering Lhadn
Brazil, Ms. Victoria Balthar
Burkina Faso, Mr. Seydou Sinka
Canada, Ms. Magda Lakhani
Chad, Ms. Sololta Marie Ngarmbatinan
Chile, Ms. Carla Juliana Serazzi Chang
Cote d'Ivoire, Mr. Adam Yeboua Thomas
Cuba, Mr. Pedro Luis Pedroso Cuesta
Denmark, Ms. Signe Dam
Ecuador, Ms. Ana Jacome
Egypt, Ms. Chahinda Emadeldin Hussein Mohamed
Estonia, Ms. Triinu Kallas
Ethiopia, Mr. Yibza Aynekullu Tesfaye
Finland, Mr. Renne Klinge
France, Mr. François Gave
Gabon, Ms. Nadège Moucketou Mvou
Georgia, Mr. Temuri Pipia
Germany, Ms. Hannah Rau
Ghana, Mr. Mohammed Sheriff Iddrisu
Greece, Mr. Michail Manousakis
Holy See, Mr. Mauro Cionini
Honduras, Ms. Sandra Ponce
Iceland, Ms. Edda Björk Ragnarsdottir
India, Ms. Mini Devi Kumam
Indonesia, Ms. Erlina Widyaningsih
Iraq, Ms. Alyaa Ihsan Abbood Alsayegh
Ireland, Ms. Elisabeth Jean Mc Donald
Italy, Ms. Daniela D'orlandi
Kenya, Mr. Daniel Kottut
Libya, Ms. Ghada Faiyad
Liechtenstein, Mr. Peter Matt
Madagascar, Ms. Eulalie Yvette Bodosoa
Malaysia, Mr. Syed Edwan Anwar
Maldives, Ms. Aishath Shahula
Mauritania, Mr. Harouna Traoré
Mauritius, Ms. Fee Young Li Pin Yuen
Mexico, Ms. Lucia Ramon Torres
Montenegro, Mr. Milorad Šcepanovic
Morocco, Mr. Said Ahouga
Mozambique, Ms. Olga Munguambe
Myanmar, Mr. Kyaw Thu Nyein
Namibia, Ms. Sabine Böhlke-Möller
Netherlands, Ms. Kirsten Hommes
Niger, Mr. Issoufou Garba
Paraguay, Ms. Raquel Cristina Pereira Farina
Philippines, Mr. Enrico T. Fos
Portugal, Mr. Nuno Gabriel Lopes Cabral
Republic of Korea, Mr. Sungjun Oh
H.E. Mr. Edwin J. Batshu, Minister of Nationality, Immigration and Gender Affairs of Botswana (Final Remarks)
Open Live Schedule
Wednesday, 17 January 2018
All indicated times are New York time (GMT-5)
04:00 am
10:00 (CET) 77th Session Committee on the Rights of the Child. Consideration of Guatemala (Cont'd)
09:00 am
Security Council: 1) Briefing by Security Council mission to Afghanistan (12 to 15 January 2018) (8158th meeting) 2) The situation in Libya (8159th meeting).
15:00 (CET) 77th Session Committee on the Rights of the Child. Consideration of Panama
09:40 am
Security Council Media Stakeout: Security Council President Kairat Umarov (Kazakhstan) on the outcome of the Security Council Mission to Afghanistan
09:45 am
Security Council Media Stakeout (Libya) and approx. 1pm: Matthew Nimetz, Personal Envoy of the Secretary-General).
12:00 pm
Daily Press Briefing by the Spokesperson of the Secretary-General and the Spokesman for the President of the General Assembly.
02:45 pm
Security Council Media Stakeout (UNFICYP).
Thursday, 18 January 2018
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