DIPLO­MATIC TRAF­FIC

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For­eign vis­i­tors in Washington this week in­clude: Mon­day

Prime Min­is­ter Ben­jamin Ne­tanyahu of Is­rael, who meets with Pres­i­dent Obama and ad­dresses the an­nual con­fer­ence of the Amer­i­can Is­rael Public Af­fairs Com­mit­tee. Tues­day

Takuya Hat­tori, pres­i­dent of the Ja­pan Atomic In­dus­trial Forum and for­mer pres­i­dent of Tokyo Elec­tric Power Co. He dis­cusses the March 2011 Ja­pan nu­clear dis­as­ter in a forum at the Carnegie En­dow­ment for In­ter­na­tional Peace.

De­fense Min­is­ter An­dres Al­la­mand of Chile, who ad­dresses the In­ter-amer­i­can Di­a­logue.

Sergei Guriev, a lead­ing Rus­sian econ­o­mist and a mem­ber of Rus­sia’s Coun­cil on Sci­ence, Ed­u­ca­tion and Tech­nol­ogy. He dis­cusses the Rus­sian pres­i­den­tial elec­tion with mem­bers of the Peter­son In­sti­tute for In­ter­na­tional Eco­nom­ics.

Thanos Veremis, a his­tory pro­fes­sor at Greece’s Univer­sity of Athens, dis­cusses Greek pol­i­tics in a lec­ture at the Woodrow Wil­son In­ter­na­tional Cen­ter for Schol­ars. On Thurs­day, he joins Pho­tini To­mai, a his­to­rian with the Greek For­eign Min­istry, at the Wil­son Cen­ter to dis­cuss the Truman Doc­trine and the Mar­shall Plan. Wed­nes­day

Oleg Ko­zlovsky, a Rus­sian blog­ger and co-founder of the Moscow­based Vi­sion of To­mor­row Foun­da­tion, dis­cusses the Rus­sian pres­i­den­tial elec­tion in a brief­ing at the Woodrow Wil­son In­ter­na­tional Cen­ter for Schol­ars. Thurs­day

Car­wyn Jones, the first min­is­ter of Wales, who is on a mis­sion to pro­mote Welsh busi­nesses. Fri­day

Mar­i­ano Fer­nan­dez, spe­cial rep­re­sen­ta­tive and sec­re­tary-gen­eral of the U.N. Sta­bi­liza­tion Mis­sion in Haiti, ad­dresses the In­ter-amer­i­can Di­a­logue.

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