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1 United Nations E/CN.7/2012/INF/3 Economic and Social Council Distr.: Limited 12 December 2012 Original: English/French/Spanish Commission on Narcotic Drugs Reconvened fifty-fifth session, 6-7 December 2012 LIST OF PARTICIPANTS MEMBERS OF THE COMMISSION ON NARCOTIC DRUGS Afghanistan Algeria Australia Austria Daoud HACHEMI, First Secretary, Alternate Representative, Permanent Mission to the United Nations, Farzana NIAZI, Second Secretary, Alternate Representative, Permanent Mission to the United Nations, Ali DEROUICHE, Ministre Conseiller, Mission permanente auprès des Nations Unies, Vienne Djemai BOUDRAA, Sous Directeur de la Police Judiciaire, Ministère de la Justice Mohamed A. CHERBAL, Attaché, Mission permanente auprès des Nations Unies, Vienne Vafa GHAZAVI, Second Secretary, Permanent Mission to the United Nations, Christine STIX-HACKL, Ambassador, Permanent Representative, Permanent Mission to the United Nations, Margareta PLODER, Minister, Austrian Ministry for European and International Affairs Andreas WEINSEISS, Attaché, Permanent Mission to the United Nations,

2 Magdalena BROTTRAGER, Attachée, Permanent Mission to the United Nations, Wael RAMADAN, Attaché, Austrian Ministry for European and International Affairs Belarus Belgium Ekaterina ERMILINA, Counsellor, Permanent Mission to the United Nations, Frank RECKER, Ambassadeur, Représentant permanent, Mission permanente auprès des Nations Unies, Vienne Hendrik ROGGEN, Premier secrétaire, Mission permanente auprès des Nations Unies, Vienne Bolivia (Plurinational State of) Ricardo MARTÍNEZ COVARRUBIAS, Encargado de Negocios, Misión Elizabeth FERREL, Representante Alterna, Misión Permanente ante las Naciones Unidas, Viena Brazil Canada Chile Evandro DIDONET, Ambassador, Permanent Representative, Permanent Mission to the United Nations, Vivian Loss SANMARTIN, Minister Counsellor, Alternate Permanent Representative, Permanent Mission to the United Nations, Felipe FLORES PINTO, First Secretary, Alternate Permanent Representative, Permanent Mission to the United Nations, Tatiana Esnarriaga ARANTES BARBOSA, Second Secretary, Alternate Permanent Representative, Permanent Mission to the United Nations, Pedro VIEIRA VEIGA, Third Secretary, Ministry of External Relations John BARRETT, Ambassador, Permanent Representative, Permanent Mission to the United Nations, Shawn CAZA, Counsellor, Alternate Permanent Representative, Permanent Mission to the United Nations, Peter CAHILL, First Secretary, Permanent Mission to the United Nations, Augustine KWOK, Adviser, Permanent Mission to the United Nations, Alfredo A. LABBE VILLA, Embajador, Representante Permanente, Misión Mila FRANCISCO FERRADA, Segunda Secretaria, Representante Permanente Alterna, Misión 2

3 China Colombia Côte d'ivoire Denmark Egypt France Jingye CHENG, Ambassador, Permanent Representative to the United Nations, Bin HU, Counsellor, Permanent Mission to the United Nations, Liang HE, Third Secretary, Permanent Mission to the United Nations, Freddy PADILLA DE LEÓN, Embajador, Representante Permanente, Misión Camila María POLO FLÓREZ, Primer Secretario, Representante Alterno, Misión Peter MURILLO, Agregado de Defensa, Embajada de Colombia, Viena Largaton Gilbert OUATTARA, Ambassadeur Extraordinaire et Plénipotentiaire, Représentant Permanent, Mission Permanente auprès des Nations Unies, Vienne Marc Aubin BANNY, Premier Conseiller, Mission Permanente auprès des Nations Unies, Vienne Alexis Kouadio N'Doly ABOYA, Conseiller, Mission Permanente auprès des Nations Unies, Vienne Lars PETERSEN, Ministry of Health Rebecca Anna REICHHERZER, Second Secretary, Permanent Mission to the United Nations, Ida Baek HJERMITSLEV, Political Assistant, Permanent Mission to the United Nations, Mostafa Ibrahim Mohamed BADR, General, Deputy Director, Anti-Narcotics General Administration (ANGA) Khaled SHAMAA, Ambassador, Permanent Representative, Permanent Mission to the United Nations, Mohamed HELMY, Second Secretary, Permanent Mission to the United Nations, Marion PARADAS, Ambassadrice, Représentante permanente, Mission permanente auprès des Nations Unies, Vienne Jacques RAHARINAIVO, Représentant permanent adjoint, Mission permanente auprès des Nations Unies, Vienne Jérôme AUDIN, Premier secrétaire, Mission permanente auprès des Nations Unies, Vienne Frédéric DESAUNETTES, Conseiller juridique, Mission permanente auprès des Nations Unies, Vienne 3

4 Germany Guatemala Hungary India Roland SEEGER, First Secretary, Permanent Mission to the United Nations, Ralf RICHTER, Second Secretary, Permanent Mission to the United Nations, Florian THURNER, Third Secretary, Permanent Mission to the United Nations, Antonio CASTELLANOS, Embajador, Representante Permanente, Misión Eunice MENDIZÁBAL, Viceministra para Asuntos Antinarcóticos, Ministerio de Gobernación Sandra NORIEGA URIZAR, Ministra Consejera, Misión Permanente ante las Naciones Unidas, Viena Balázs CSUDAY, Ambassador, Permanent Representative, Permanent Mission to the United Nations, András RÓTH, Third Secretary, Permanent Mission to the United Nations, Zsuzsanna HOMONNAI, Permanent Mission to the United Nations, Alok RAJ, Counsellor, Permanent Mission of India to the United Nations, Iran (Islamic Republic of) Ali Asghar SOLTANIEH, Ambassador, Permanent Representative, Permanent Mission to the United Nations, Morteza KHANSARI BOZORGI, First Secretary, Permanent Mission to the United Nations, Israel Ruth EL-ROY, Director, International Relations Division, Israel Anti-Drug Authority Aviv SHIR-ON, Ambassador, Permanent Representative, Permanent Mission to the United Nations, Beth Eden KITE, Deputy Permanent Representative, Permanent Mission to the United Nations, Marina WERLER, Senior Political Advisor, Permanent Mission to the United Nations, Luka PETEK, Political Adviser, Permanent Mission to the United Nations, 4

5 Italy Japan Mexico Namibia Netherlands Pakistan Filippo FORMICA, Ambassador, Permanent Representative, Permanent Mission to the United Nations, Giuseppe Sean COPPOLA, Counsellor, Permanent Mission to the United Nations, Maura ROSSINI, Permanent Mission to the United Nations, Toshiro OZAWA, Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary, Permanent Representative, Permanent Mission to the United Nations, Tsutomu OSAWA, Ambassador, Permanent Mission to the United Nations, Tsuyoshi YAMAMOTO, Minister, Permanent Mission to the United Nations, Yasuhiro ARAKI, First Secretary, Permanent Mission to the United Nations, Alejandro DÍAZ, Embajador, Representante Permanente, Misión Permanente ante las Naciones Unidas, Viena Cecilia VILLANUEVA BRACHO, Ministra, Representante Permanente Alterna, Misión Rogelio Fernando PASTOR RIANDE, Ministro, Agregaduría Legal, Procuraduría General de la República en Viena Enrique CAMARGO SUÁREZ, Primer Secretario, Asistente Administrativo de la Agregaduría Legal de la Procuraduría General de la República en Viena Erasmo LARA CABRERA, Segundo Secretario, Representante Alterno, Misión Alejandra VÁZQUEZ BOJÓRQUEZ, Asistente para Asuntos Multilaterales, Misión Dalia STEIN, Misión Elvis T. SHIWEDA, First Secretary, Chargé d'affaires a.i., Permanent Mission to the United Nations, Mark RUTGERS VAN DER LOEFF, First Secretary, Permanent Mission to the United Nations, Khurshid ANWAR, Ambassador, Permanent Representative, Permanent Mission to the United Nations, Adnan AZIM, Brig., Director, Regional Directorate, Anti Narcotics Force, Quetta Shakaib RAFIQUE, Third Secretary, Permanent Mission to the United Nations, 5

6 Peru Poland Republic of Korea Romania Russian Federation Antonio GARCÍA-REVILLA, Embajador, Representante Permanente, Misión Karim DURAND, Consejera, Representante Alterna, Misión Permanente ante las Naciones Unidas, Viena Bernardo ROCA-REY, Segundo Secretario, Representante Alterno, Misión Mieczyslaw KUZINSKI, Minister-Counsellor, Permanent Mission to the United Nations, Ryszard WOJTAL, Minister-Counsellor, Permanent Mission to the United Nations, Maya JANIK, Permanent Mission to the United Nations, Anna STANCZYK, Permanent Mission to the United Nations, Sahnghoon BAHK, Minister Counsellor, Permanent Mission to the United Nations, Ji-eun PYO, First Secretary, Permanent Mission to the United Nations, Simona Manuela MARIN, Counsellor, Alternate Permanent Representative, Permanent Mission to the United Nations, Georgy V. MIKHNO, Deputy Permanent Representative, Permanent Mission to the United Nations, Alexey A. DRONOV, Senior Counsellor, Permanent Mission to the United Nations, Alexandra A. DEMIDENKO, Senior Detective, Ministry of Interior Nina D. FEDOROVA, Third Secretary, Permanent Mission to the United Nations, Oleg V. GAVRILOV, Second Secretary, Permanent Mission to the United Nations, Yulia KALININA, Attachée, Department on New Challenges and Threats, Ministry of Foreign Affairs Dmitry A. MOLCHANOV, Second Secretary, Permanent Mission to the United Nations, Alexander A. POPELYUKH, Head of the Section, General Prosecutor's Office Oleg I. SAMUS, Senior Expert, Ministry of Interior Olga G. SHAMSHINA, Head of the Department, General Prosecutor's Office Andrey V. VASILENKO, Second Secretary, Permanent Mission to the United Nations, Igor A. VOBLIKOV, Official Representative of the Federal Drug Control Service, Austria 6

7 Saudi Arabia Spain Thailand Turkey Ukraine Ibraheem ALSAADAN, Third Secretary, Permanent Mission to the United Nations, Omar ALZAHRANY, Expert, Permanent Mission to the United Nations, Abdullah ALSOLAMY, First Secretary, Permanent Mission to the United Nations, Walied ABDELRAHMAN, Advisor, Permanent Mission to the United Nations, Carmen BUJAN FREIRE, Embajadora, Representante Permanente, Misión Ignacio BAYLINA RUÍZ, Consejero Técnico, Misión Permanente ante las Naciones Unidas, Viena Bajrakitiyabha MAHIDOL, Her Royal Highness Princess Pongsapat PONGCHAREON, Police General, Narcotics Control Board Oranooch SUNGKHAWANNA, Senior Foreign Relations Officer, Foreign Affairs Bureau, Narcotic Control Board (ONCB) Sirithon WAIRATPANIJ, First Secretary, Social Division, Department of International Organizations, Ministry of Foreign Affairs Paradorn RANGSIMAPORN, First Secretary, Permanent Mission to the United Nations, Patcharamon SIRIWATANA, First Secretary, Permanent Mission to the United Nations, Pawinin POOMSRISAARD, Second Secretary, Permanent Mission to the United Nations, Pimnapat TOSATI, Office of the Narcotics Control Board Tomur BAYER, Ambassador, Permanent Representative, Permanent Mission to the United Nations, Mehmet UNAL, 4th Degree Chief Superintendent, Directorate-General of Turkish National Police, Ministry of Interior Omer ERSOY, Superintendent, Directorate-General of Turkish National Police, Ministry of Interior Nagihan Ilknur AKDEVELIOGLU, Second Secretary, Permanent Mission to the United Nations, Volodymyr TYMOSHENKO, Head of the State Service of Ukraine on Drugs Control Vasyl POKOTYLO, Deputy Permanent Representative, Permanent Mission to the United Nations, Tetiana MOLDOVAN, First Secretary, Permanent Mission to the United Nations, 7

8 United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland United States of America Uruguay Zimbabwe Leona WHYTE, Permanent Mission to the United Nations, Nancy PETTIT, Director, Office of Policy, Planning and Coordination, Bureau for International Narcotics and Law Enforcement Affairs, U.S. Department of State Kathleen PALA, Foreign Affairs Officer, Office of Policy Planning and Coordination, Bureau of International Narcotics and Law Enforcement Affairs, U.S. Department of State Pat LACINA, Director, Office of Global Systems, Bureau of International Organization Affairs, U.S. Department of State Kimberly WILLIAMS, International Relations Officer, Office of Global Systems, Bureau of International Organization Affairs, U.S. Department of State Carlos BARROS, Embajador, Representante Permanente, Misión Permanente ante las Naciones Unidas, Viena Ricardo VEDOVATTI, Ministro, Representante Permanente Alterno, Misión Julia MARANGWANDA, Counsellor, Permanent Mission to the United Nations, STATES MEMBERS OF THE UNITED NATIONS REPRESENTED BY OBSERVERS Angola Argentina Maria de Jesus FERREIRA, Ambassador, Permanent Representative, Permanent Mission to the United Nations, Eliseu Pedro Gomes DE FREITAS, Counsellor, Alternate Permanent Representative to the United Nations, Efigénia Perpétua dos PRAZERES JORGE, First Secretary, Alternate Permanent Representative, Permanent Mission to the United Nations, Maria de los Milagros DONNA RABALLO, Ministra, Encargada de Negocios a.i., Representante Permanente Alterna, Misión Permanente ante las Naciones Unidas, Viena Sebastián ROSALES, Consejero, Director General, Dirección Nacional de Asuntos Internacionales de Drogas, Ministerio de Relaciones Exteriores y Culto Jorge Mariano JORDAN, Consejero, Representante Permanente Alterno, Misión María Victoria VINCIGUERRA, Secretario de Embajada, Dirección General de Consejería Legal, Ministerio de Relaciones Exteriores y Culto 8

9 Armenia Bulgaria Croatia Cuba Cyprus Czech Republic Democratic People's Republic of Korea Dominican Republic Anzhela BAGHDASARYAN, Deputy Permanent Representative, Permanent Mission to the United Nations, Milen DIMITROV, Third Secretary, Permanent Mission to the United Nations, Vlasta KOVACEVIC, Head of the Sector for International Cooperation, Ministry of Justice Damir ZUPAN, Minister Counsellor, Permanent Mission to the United Nations, Juan Carlos MARSAN AGUILERA, Embajador, Representante Permanente, Misión Claudio Inocente RAMOS BORREGO, Director de Relaciones Internacionales, Ministerio de Justicia Alina ARIAS ALEJÁNDREZ, Agregada Diplomática, Misión Permanente ante las Naciones Unidas, Viena Costas PAPADEMAS, Ambassador, Permanent Representative, Permanent Mission to the United Nations, Ioannis ADAMOU, Permanent Mission to the United Nations, Jean Marc DEROY, Permanent Mission to the United Nations, Karel PAZOUREK, Chargé d'affaires a.i., Permanent Mission to the United Nations, Pavel NOVOTNÝ, Ministry of Finance Vladimír KREJCÍ, Permanent Mission to the United Nations, Song Chol KIM, Counsellor, Permanent Mission to the United Nations, Kang Il CHOE, Counsellor, Permanent Mission to the United Nations, Ramón QUIÑONES, Embajador, Representante Permanente, Misión Permanente ante las Naciones Unidas, Viena Gilka MELÉNDEZ, Embajadora Alterna, Misión Permanente ante las Naciones Undias, Viena Wendy OLIVERO, Ministra Conseja, Representante Alterna, Misión Permanente ante las Naciones Unidas, Viena 9

10 Ecuador El Salvador Estonia Finland Greece Indonesia Ireland Jordan Diego Stacey MORENO, Embajador, Representante Permanente, Misión Rosa VÁSQUEZ, Consejera, Representante Alterna, Misión Permanente ante las Naciones Unidas, Viena Mario Antonio RIVERA MORA, Embajador, Representante Permanente, Misión Julia VILLATORO, Ministra Consejera, Representante Permanente Alterna, Misión Kristel KEERMA, Second Secretary, Alternate Permanent Representative, Permanent Mission to the United Nations, Kirsti POHJANKUKKA, First Secretary, Permanent Mission to the United Nations, Themistoklis DIMIDIS, Ambassador, Permanent Representative, Permanent Mission to the United Nations, Aikaterini RAPTI, Second Counsellor, Permanent Mission to the United Nations, Aris MUNANDAR, Minister Counsellor, Permanent Mission to the United Nations, Christine REFINA, Third Secretary, Permanent Mission to the United Nations, James BRENNAN, Ambassador, Permanent Representative, Permanent Mission to the United Nations, Ian DEVINE, Adviser to the Permanent Representative, Permanent Mission to the United Nations, Doris RESCH, Attaché, Permanent Mission to the United Nations, Makram Mustafa QUEISI, Ambassador, Permanent Representative, Permanent Mission to the United Nations, Mohammed HINDAWI, Alternate Representative, Permanent Mission to the United Nations, Mutaz MASADEH, Alternate Representative, Permanent Mission to the United Nations, Ayman ALSARAYREH, Head of Madaba Anti Narcotics Section Abdel Rahman KHRYSAT, Deputy of the Metropolitan Anti Narcotics Section 10

11 Kenya Kyrgyzstan Lebanon Libya Lithuania Luxembourg Malta Consolata KIRAGU, Chargé d'affaires, a.i., Permanent Mission to the United Nations, Kaitikei ROTIKEN, Second Secretary, Permanent Mission to the United Nations, Gulamzhan ANARBAEV, Deputy Chairman of the State Service on Drug Control Timur ISAKOV, Head of the Department for Licensing and Drug Prevention of the State Service on Drug Control Aiana TOKBAEVA, Second Secretary, Permanent Mission to the United Nations, Ishaya EL-KHOURY, Ambassador, Permanent Representative, Permanent Mission to the United Nations, Salim BADDOURA, First Secretary, Alternate Permanent Representative, Permanent Mission to the United Nations, Jeanne MRAD, First Secretary, Alternate Permanent Representative, Permanent Mission to the United Nations, Nawal Rajab ELMESALLATI, Head, Medicaments and Drugs Section, Ministry of Health Almehdi Ali AKARI, Officer, Drugs Unit, Department of Medicaments and Drugs, Ministry of Health Abdulhakim H. GHENNIWA, Director, Office of Awareness Education, General Department of Drugs Combating Faisal A. ELSHAARI, Minister Plenipotentiary, Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation Abdalla ABUZED, Counsellor, Permanent Mission to the United Nations, Edvilas RAUDONIKIS, Chargé d'affaires a.i., Permanent Mission to the United Nations, Viktorija BUDRECKAITE, Second Secretary, Permanent Mission to the United Nations, Patricia POMMERELL, Conseiller, Représentant permanent adjoint auprès des Nations Unies, Vienne Christian SGANDURRA, First Secretary, Permanent Mission to the United Nations, Joseph DEBONO, Permanent Mission to the United Nations, 11

12 Morocco New Zealand Nicaragua Nigeria Norway Ali EL MHAMDI, Ambassadeur, Représentant permanent, Mission permanente auprès des Nations Unies, Vienne Azzouz SAMRI, Ministre Plénipotentiaire, Mission Permanente auprès des Nations Unies, Vienne Kamal ARIFI, Conseiller, Mission permanente auprès des Nations Unies, Vienne Mimoun ELMAGHRAOUI, Chef de la Division de la Coopération Antidrogue, Direction de la Migration et de la Surveillance des Frontières, Ministère de l'intérieur Amanda THORNTON, Second Secretary, Permanent Mission to the United Nations, Neal BEDFORD, Attaché, Permanent Mission to the United Nations, Alvaro ROBELO GONZÁLEZ, Embajador, Representante Permanente, Misión Isolda FRIXIONE MIRANDA, Representante Permanente Alterna, Misión Ralf Arne MIRUS, Misión Celina GUTIERREZ VILLEGAS, Misión Permanente ante las Naciones Unidas, Viena M. LAOSE, Ambassador, Permanent Representative, Permanent Mission to the United Nations, Sadiq Abubakar YAR'ADUA, Senator Sunday ADEPOJU, Member, House of Representative Aroniyo James OLORUNDARE, Commissioner of Police Ekpebike Steve AGBANA, Minister, Permanent Mission to the United Nations, Reuel Kpana MOSES, Deputy Director, Federal Ministry of Justice Sahabo Abubakar YAHAYA, Assistant Commissioner of Police Funke Nelson DUROJAIYE, Assistant Superintendent of Police Adeyemi Olufemi ADEOFE, National Drug Law Enforcement Agency (NDLEA) Joseph Bamidele AKINGBADE, National Drug Law Enforcement Agency (NDLEA) Lazarus I. KPASABA, Counsellor, Permanent Mission of Nigeria to the United Nations, Habitat Patricia ELUAMEH, Principal State Counsel, Ministry of Justice Chile OKOROME, Economic and Financial Crimes Commission Kristian ODEGAARD, Minister Counsellor, Permanent Mission to the United Nations, Tor Martin MOLLER, First Secretary, Permanent Mission to the United Nations, Sigrid SYVERUD, Permanent Mission to the United Nations, 12

13 Oman Paraguay Philippines Portugal Qatar Republic of Moldova Serbia Slovakia Mahmoud H. AL HASNI, Counsellor, Permanent Mission to the United Nations, Anwar EL AMAD, Economic Officer, Permanent Mission to the United Nations, Horacio NOGUÉS ZUBIZARRETA, Embajador, Representante Permanente, Misión Carlos RUCKELSHAUSEN, Consejero, Representante Permanente Alterno, Misión Eduardo VON GLASENAPP, Segundo Secretario, Representante Permanente Alterno, Misión Lourdes O. YPARRAGUIRRE, Ambassador, Permanent Representative, Permanent Mission to the United Nations, Maria Elena P. ALGABRE, Minister, Alternate Permanent Representative, Permanent Mission to the United Nations, Ana MARTINHO, Ambassador, Permanent Representative, Permanent Mission to the United Nations, Jorge CRUZ, First Secretary, Alternate Permanent Representative, Permanent Mission to the United Nations, Sofia LOBÃO, Permanent Mission to the United Nations, Ahmed Khalifa Jabr AL-KUWARI, Assistant Director of the Drug Enforcement Administration, Ministry of Interior Marzouk Jouma Bilal ALMURAKHI, Pioneer Abdulla Nasser Salem AL-YAZIDI, Lieutenant Valeriu CHIVERI, Ambassador, Permanent Representative, Permanent Mission to the United Nations, Mariana ROIBU, Counsellor, Alternate Permanent Representative, Permanent Mission to the United Nations, Sonja PILETIC, First Counsellor, Alternate Permanent Representative, Permanent Mission to the United Nations, Ivan CENIC, First Secretary, Permanent Mission to the United Nations, Albin OTRUBA, Counsellor, Permanent Mission to the United Nations, 13

14 Slovenia South Africa Sweden Switzerland Barbara ZVOKELJ, Minister Counsellor, Deputy Head, Permanent Mission to the United Nations, X. MABHONGO, Ambassador, Permanent Representative, Permanent Mission to the United Nations, T. D. G. MOLABA, Minister Plenipotentiary, Permanent Mission to the United Nations, M. L. BENGU, Counsellor, Permanent Mission to the United Nations, M. BALENI, First Secretary, Permanent Mission to the United Nations, Ewa NILSSON, Counsellor, Permanent Mission to the United Nations, Torvald LARSSON, Permanent Mission to the United Nations, Alberto GROFF, Conseiller, Mission permanente auprès des Nations Unies, Vienne Maira MOOSMANN, Mission permanente auprès des Nations Unies, Vienne Syrian Arab Republic Bassam SABBAGH, Ambassador, Permanent Representative, Permanent Mission to the United Nations, Bassel SKOUTI, Third Secretary, Permanent Mission to the United Nations, Tajikistan Tunisia Ismatullo NASREDINOV, Ambassador, Permanent Representative, Permanent Mission to the United Nations, Shahlo SAMANDAROVA, Attaché, Permanent Mission to the United Nations, Mohamed Samir KOUBAA, Ambassadeur, Représentant permanent, Mission permanente auprès des Nations Unies, Vienne Mohamed Rafed HASSAN, Conseiller, Mission permanente auprès des Nations Unies, Vienne United Arab Emirates Khalid Saeed ALSHAMSI, Lt.Col., Ministry of Interior Nassir Issa ALDHAHERI, Major, Ministry of Interior Venezuela (Bolivarian Republic of) Félix QUEVEDO AZUAJE, Encargado de Negocios a.i., Segundo Secretario, Misión Marco CASTILLO PARRA, Segundo Secretario, Misión Permanente ante las Naciones Unidas, Viena 14

15 Crosby PLAZA HERNÁNDEZ, Tercer Secretario, Misión Permanente ante las Naciones Unidas, Viena Katarina MILOSOVICOVA, Asistente, Misión Permanente ante las Naciones Unidas, Viena Yemen Abdulhakim Abdulrahman AL-ERYANI, Ambassador, Permanent Representative, Permanent Mission to the United Nations, Mohamed Nasser AL-ARWY, Minister Plenipotentiary, Alternate Permanent Representative, Permanent Mission to the United Nations, Abdullatif AL-DORAIBI, Counsellor, Alternate Permanent Representative, Permanent Mission to the United Nations, UNITED NATIONS OFFICE ON DRUGS AND CRIME Sandeep CHAWLA, Deputy Executive Director of UNODC, and Director, Division for Policy Analysis and Public Affairs John SANDAGE, Director, Division for Treaty Affairs Dennis THATCHAICHAWALIT, Director, Division for Management Aldo LALE-DEMOZ, Director of Division for Operations Polinikis SOPHOCLEOUS, Chief, Financial Resources Management Service Jo DEDEYNE-AMANN, Secretary, Commission on Narcotic Drugs INTERNATIONAL NARCOTICS CONTROL BOARD International Narcotics Control Board (INCB) Andres FINGUERUT, Secretary INTERGOVERNMENTAL ORGANIZATIONS Asian-African Legal Consultative Organization Christine NEMOTO, Permanent Observer, Permanent Observer Mission to the United Nations, European Union Gyorgyi Margit MARTIN ZANATHY, Ambassador, EU Delegation to the International Organisations in Caroline CLIFF, Minister, Head of the UN Section, EU Delegation to the International Organisations in Petr HAVLIK, First Counsellor, Policy Officer, EU Delegation to the International Organisations in Dominika KROIS, Counsellor, Policy Officer, EU Delegation to the International Organisations in Constance MAGNANOU, EU Delegation to the International Organisations in 15

16 Liga LICE, EU Delegation to the International Organisations in Martin KALTENBACHER, EU Delegation to the International Organisations in International Criminal Police Organization José DE GRACIA, Coordinator of the Organized Crime Unit, Criminal Organizations and Drugs Sub- Directorate OTHER ENTITIES Sovereign Military Order of Malta Günther GRANSER, Ambassador, Permanent Observer Alberto DONÁ, Alternate, Minister Alexander SCHUETZ, Counsellor GENERAL International Council of Women Eleonore HAUER-RONA Eveline ZEHETMAYER NON-GOVERNMENTAL ORGANIZATIONS International Federation of Business & Professional Women Marlene PARENZAN Christa KIRCHMAIR Soroptimist International Dora VRDLOVEC Martina GREDLER Roswitha BENESCH SPECIAL Canadian Centre on Substance Abuse Michel PERRON International Association of Applied Psychology Wolfgang BEIGLBOECK International Federation of University Women Ingrid SZABOLCS International Police Association Franz BERGER 16

17 Marangopoulos Foundation for Human Rights Susanne SOHN National Council of German Women's Organizations Brunhilde HOFFMANN Karin RUDOLPH Socialist International Women Birgit STIMMER The Organization of the Families of Asia and the Pacific Nuno Maria ROQUE JORGE 17

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