"Turkey’s Role in a Dynamic and Troubled Region" lecture at Maggiano's
Consul General Hakan Tekin graduated from Ankara University, Department of International Relations, and joined the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Turkey in December 1990. His assignments at the Foreign Ministry have included postings in the Departments of Culture, Central Asia, Human Rights, Balkans and Personnel. Overseas, he has served at the Turkish Embassies in Abu Dhabi/United Arab Emirates, Sofia/Bulgaria, attended the NATO Defense College Senior Course in Rome and worked at the Permanent Mission of Turkey to the United Nations in New York. Mr. Tekin assumed his current post in Los Angeles as Consul General as of 15 April 2007. His talk will address the many critical foreign and security policy issues facing Turkey and the region.
The World Affairs Council of Las Vegas is a non-profit organization dedicated to providing high quality events on world affairs for the local community.
When: Thursday, April 1, 2010
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Where: Maggiano's Little Italy, 3200 S. Las Vegas Boulevard, Las Vegas
Cost: $25 - $30
Age limit: 18+
Event posted March 23, 2010
Last updated March 23, 2010
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