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  Sotiris Mousouris  
   
 
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Sotiris Mousouris (1936- ) served as assistant secretary-general heading such UN departments as the Centre against Apartheid, Political Affairs, Secretariat Services for Economic and Social Matters, and the Office of the Personal Representative of the Secretary-General for Afghanistan and Pakistan (1982-1995). He joined the UN in 1966 as an economist working in the Department of Economic and Social Affairs and as assistant director at the Centre on Transnational Corporations, which he helped establish. Born in Greece, he studied at the University of Athens and at the Harvard Business School. Since retirement from the UN, he was appointed president of the Organization for the Construction of the New Museum of Acropolis and as special envoy of the Greek Foreign Minister. He currently is president of the Greek African Chamber of Commerce and Development.

 

 
   
 
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