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The Ambassadors

Published måndag 16 juni 2008 kl 14.46
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Radio Sweden meets the Ambassadors! We sat down with the envoys of four of the most interesting countries and discussed truly international questions with them.

What can the United States learn from Sweden? How can Sweden contribute to the re-building of war-torn Iraq? What kind of joint values do Sweden and India share? And in what way does Sweden contribute to the democratic development of South Africa?

Hear the answers to these and other questions in our interviews with the Ambassadors!

  • Michael Wood – USA

US Ambassador Michael Wood speaks about the impact of the US presidential race on Swedish-American relations and the future Swedish-American cooperation on the growing field of green technology.

  • Ahmad Bamarni - Iraq

Iraqi Ambassador Ahmad Bamarni speaks about the large number of Iraqi refugees that have come to Sweden since 2003 and how Sweden can contribute to the rebuilding of war-torn Iraq.

  • Deepa Gopalan Wadwha – India

Indian Ambassador Deepa Gopalan Wadwha speaks about the deep democratic ties between India and Sweden and how odd her home country often is being reflected in the Swedish media.


  • Zeph Makgetla – South Africa

South African Ambassador Zeph Makgetla speaks about what Sweden has done in order to help creating a democratic South African society and what Sweden can do in the future.

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