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During his official visit, Angel Gurría met with the President of the Russian Federation and other government officials to discuss Russia's ongoing negotiations to join the OECD.
During his official visit, OECD Secretary-General will meet with Prime Minister Kan and members of the Japanese government to discuss how the OECD could support Japan in the aftermath of the Tohoku events. He will also present the latest Economic Survey of Japan.
During his official visit to the People's Republic of China, Angel Gurría met with government representatives and participated in the 2011 China Development Forum.
During his official visit, Angel Gurría will address the session of the Economic Council of Finland and will attend an OECD roundtable on sustainable growth. He will also meet with government officials, including the President and the Prime Minister, to discuss a range of key policy issues.
Angel Gurría was in Slovenia to meet with Dr. Danilo Türk, President of Slovenia and to attend a round table on the measurement and use of data on social progress and people’s well-being.
During his official visit, Angel Gurría will meet with government ministers and officials. He will address a Government Plenary Session and take part in seminars organised by the Manufacturers Association of Israel and the Herzliya Interdisciplinary Center.
Angel Gurría's official visits
During his official visit, Angel Gurría met with government ministers and officials. He also held a press conference on the release of the OECD Economic Survey of Indonesia and the Investment Policy Review of Indonesia.
During his mission to Korea, Angel Gurría will attend the G20 Finance Ministers and Central Bank Governors Meeting in Gyeongju. Back in Seoul, the OECD's Secretary-General will meet with members of the Korean goverment to discuss a range of key policies issues.
A very warm welcome to you, Mr. President. We are proud to have you here just a few months after Chile has become the first South-American member of the OECD (...).