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24.01.2006 Football News

Kofi Annan to visit FIFA

By Raymond-Radio-B.A.R

For the first time ever, on 24 January 2006, the Secretary General of the UN will be visiting the governing body of world football. Kofi Annan is coming to FIFA headquarters on his way to the World Economic Forum in Davos, where both organisations will be represented. After the meeting between Mr Annan and Joseph S. Blatter, there will be a press conference.

For the first time ever, on 24 January 2006, the Secretary General of the UN will be visiting the governing body of world football. Kofi Annan is coming to FIFA headquarters on his way to the World Economic Forum in Davos, where both organisations will be represented. After the meeting between Mr Annan and Joseph S. Blatter, there will be a press conference.

Despite the fact that the Secretary General of the UN has an incredibly busy schedule, he is granting more than an hour of his precious time to visit FIFA headquarters on 24 January. He is scheduled t! o arrive at FIFA offices in Zurich at 3.30pm on Tuesday, where he will be welcomed by Joseph S. Blatter. After a private discussion between the two, their delegations will meet for half an hour to discuss collaboration between FIFA and the UN as well as the Economic Development Forum in Davos, in which both parties will be participating the following day.

The meeting will be followed by a press conference at FIFA's Sonnenberg offices, which you can follow by live video link on FIFA.com from 4.15pm (CET). There will be a 30-minute question and answer session, before the Secretary General has to move on to another meeting

Despite the fact that the Secretary General of the UN has an incredibly busy schedule, he is granting more than an hour of his precious time to visit FIFA headquarters on 24 January. He is scheduled to arrive at FIFA offices in Zurich at 3.30pm on Tuesday, where he will be welcomed by Joseph S. Blatter. After a p! rivate discussion between the two, their delegations will meet for half an hour to discuss collaboration between FIFA and the UN as well as the Economic Development Forum in Davos, in which both parties will be participating the following day.

The meeting will be followed by a press conference at FIFA's Sonnenberg offices, which you can follow by live video link on FIFA.com from 4.15pm (CET). There will be a 30-minute question and answer session, before the Secretary General has to move on to another meeting

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