Former President Travels To Moscow
Former President Flt. Lt J. J. Rawlings has travelled to London on his way to Moscow to participate in a High-Level Expert Group Meeting and Plenary of the InterAction Council, from 19th - 23rd June, 2003.
The InterAction Council is an independent international organization set up in 1983 to mobilize the experience, energy and international contacts of a group of statesmen who have held the highest office in their own countries. Council members jointly develop recommendations on, and practical solutions for the political, economic and social problems confronting humanity.
Members of the council include President Rawlings of Ghana, Chancellor Helmut Schmidt of Germany, Prime Minister Malcom Fraser of Australia, Prime Minister Primakov of Russia, Prime Mnister Miyazawa of Japan, President Habibie of Indonesia among others.
The theme for the meeting is "Unilateralism and Collective Responsibility" and will look into the 'War Against Terrorism'
President Rawlings will be away for two weeks.
Source: VICTOR SMITH
SPECIAL ASSISTANT AND DIRECTOR OF PUBLIC AFFAIRS