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Bernard Leclerc Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary

Bernard Leclerc, is the current Ambassador of the Central African Republic in Eastern-Europe. Mr. Bernard Leclerc is an Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary Ambassador in the Eastern-European region, for the Central African Republic. His Excellency have his headquarters in the capital city of Hungary, in Budapest.

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Located in the Middle of the African Continent, The Central African Republic

Centrafrique or the Central African Republic is a landlocked.The CAR covers a land area of about 240,000 square miles (623,000 km²), and has an estimated population of about 4.4 million as of 2008.The capital city of the Central African Republic is, Bangui.

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The Economy of the Central African Republic, Based on Agriculture and Ecotourism

Ecotourism and agriculture are the two major sectors of the economy.The agriculture of the CAR is dominated by the cultivation and sale of food crops such as cassava, peanuts, maize, sorghum, millet, sesame, and plantain.The annual real GDP growth rate is jst above 3%.

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DERNIERE MINUTE: Dans le Cadre de ses nouvelles fonctions d'Executive Vice President de la PACIFIC DEVELOPMENT FOUNDATION, S.E M. L'Ambassadeur se rendra prochainement dans Le Pacifique Sud

Message reçu par S.E M. l'Ambassadeur Bernard LECLERC de la part M.Vladimir Yakunin from Russia

Vladimir YakuninWPF Executive Committee Statement on the Events in Ukraine

The World Public Forum "Dialogue of Civilizations" observes with alarm the unfolding events in the Ukraine. The Forum condemns in the strongest possible terms the involvement of foreign powers in attempts to topple the duly elected government in Kyiv and to replace it with a puppet regime. We urge Western powers to refrain from sanctions and the threat of sanctions and to return to the basic principle of democracy: namely, that political change is to be sought through a democratic process at the ballot box, not through bullets in the streets. We urge all powers involved to reflect on the possible consequences of their actions which seem to push the world steadily closer to a new World War.

We also appeal to the people in the streets to come to their senses and to return to the Gandhian path of nonviolent political action.

Vladimir Yakunin, Founding President, WPF “Dialogue of Civilizations”
Fred Dallmayr, Co-Chairman, WPF “Dialogue of Civilizations”
Vladimir Kulikov, Acting Director, WPF “Dialogue of Civilizations”
Chandra Muzaffar, President, International Movement for a Just World (JUST)
Hans Köchler, Founder and President, International Progress Organization

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