Indian Ambassador to the U.N. Speaks on Afghanistan

Event: October 12, 2010, San Francisco

After decades of  conflict, the Afghan people crave peace and stability. Several approaches for achieving stability are under consideration, including reconciliation and de facto ethnic partition. Ambassador Gharekhan, Indian Ambassador to the United Nations, will discuss his hopes to implement a “diplomatic surge,” with the aim of creating a strong, neutral and secure Afghanistan.

Tuesday, October 12th

World Affairs Council Auditorium

312 Sutter Street

Second Floor

San Francisco, CA 94108

Check-in: 5:30 PM

Program: 6:00 PM – 7:00 PM

Advance registration is recommended for guaranteed seating. However, pre-registration is not required and walk-ins on the day of this program are welcome.

Speaker: Chinmaya Gharekan, Ambassador of India to the United Nations

Moderator: Nina Merchant, Assistant Director of Economic Reform and Development, The Asia Foundation

Please register here.

Related locations: Afghanistan
Related programs: Economic Opportunity

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