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*Theodore Skylakakis, secretary-general for international economic relations and development cooperation in the Greek Foreign Ministry. He leads a delegation that includesJohn Coustas, president and chief executive officer of the Danaos Corp.; George Constantelis, managing director of Bristol-Myers Squibb in Greece, Malta and Cyprus; and Alexandros Manos, managing director of the Piraeus Bank in Athens. They meet with U.S. counterparts at a meeting of the Economic and Commercial Cooperation Commission.

*Bill Emmott, former editor of London’s Economist magazine, who addresses the Asia Society on the power struggle among China, India and Japan.

*Ali Ansari, director of the Institute of Iranian Studies at Scotland’s University of St. Andrews, who addresses the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars.

*Eliza Musaeva, former director of Memorials Chechnya office; Magomed Mutsolgov, director of the Ingush Human Rights Organization in Russia’s North Caucasus region; and Gregory Shvedov, editor of the Russian Web publication “Caucasian Knot.” They testify before the congressional Commission on Security and Cooperation in Europe at 1 p.m. in Room B-318 in the Rayburn House Office Building.

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