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Wednesday

Andris Spruds, director of the Latvian Institute of International Affairs, who addresses the Center for Strategic and International Studies on relations between Germany and the Baltic nations.

Thursday

Prime Minister Laurent Lamothe of Haiti, who addresses the Center for Strategic and International Studies.

Finance Minister Andris Vilks of Latvia and Ilmars Rimsevics, president of the Bank of Latvia. They address the Heritage Foundation.

Finance Minister Omar Zakhilwal of Afghanistan; Chairman Haji Hossain Fahim and CEO Mohammad Qurban Haqjo of the Afghanistan Chamber of Commerce & Industries; Zamari Kamgar, chairman of Afghanistan’s Kam Air; Ghulam Hazrat Safi, chairman of Afghanistan’s Safi Airways; and Joji Tokeshi, director of the Asian Development Bank in Kabul. They speak at an Afghan transportation symposium sponsored by the Afghan Embassy.

Finance Minister Anders Borg of Sweden, who addresses the Peterson Institute for International Economics.

Friday

Prime Minister Jean-Claude Juncker of Luxembourg, who accepts the Transatlantic Leadership Award from the European Institute.

Finance Minister Uros Cufer of Slovenia, who holds a 9 a.m. news conference at the National Press Club to discuss Slovenia’s economic reforms.

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