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Millenium Summit Speeches By World Leaders

Collected speeches from world leaders at the United Nations Millennium Summit in New York.

- UN Secretary General Kofi Annan
- UN Secretary General Kofi Annan
- Indonesian President Abdurrahman Wahid
- Cambodia PM Samdech Hun Sen
- Tonga PM Prince Ulukalala-Lavaka-Ata
- Papua New Guinea PM Mekere Morauta
: Philippines President Joseph Estrada
- Thailand Foreign Minister Surin Pitsuwan
- Fijian Ambassador Amraiya Naidu
- Tuvalu Representative Panapasi Nelesone
- Japanese PM Yoshiro Mori
- Helen Clark UN Millennium Summit Address
- Chinese Premiere Jiang Zemin's
- Singapore Prime Minister Goh Chok Tong
- Nauru President Bernard Dowiyogo M.P
- Malaysia H.E. Dato' Seri Syed Hamid Albar
- Myanmar Chairman U Win Aung
- Canadian PM Jean Chretien
- US President Bill Clinton
- Cuban President Fidel Castro's UN2K Address
- Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela President
- Turkey President Ahmet Necdet Sezer
- Holy See Representative Angelo Sodano
- Commonwealth Secretary General Don McKinnon
- UK PM Tony Blair Speech
- French President Jacques Chirac UN2K Address
- Czech Republic President Vaclav Havel
- Armenia President Robert Kocharian
- Albanian President Rexhep Meidani
- Russian President Vladimir Putin
- Ukraine President Leonid Kuchma
- Georgia President Edouard Sheverdnadze
- Polish President Aleksander Kwasniewski
- Libyan Spokesman Abdurrahman Shalghem
- Islamic Conference SG Dr. Azeddine Laraki
- Syria Foreign Minister Farouk AI-Shara UN2K Speech
- Palestinian Chairman Yasser Arafat UN2K Address
- Saudi Arabia Deputy PM Prince Abdullah
- Jordan's King Abdullah 11
- Iranian President Mohammad Khatami
- Israeli PM Ehud Barak
- Egypt (on behalf) Of Mohammed Hosni Mubarak
- Iraq Foreign Minister Tariq Aziz
- Eritrea President Isias Afwerki
- Nigeria President Olusegun Obasanjo
- Afghanistan President Burhanuddin Rabbani
- Zimbabwe President Robert Mugabe
- Thabo Mbecki President of South Africa
- President of the Republic of Sierra Leone
- India PM Shri Atal Bihar! Vajpayee
- Pakistan CEO Pervez Musharraf's UN2K Address

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