Mr. Milos Alcalay: Keynote Speaker

by

Oliver Antczak

Milos Alcalay  is a notable Venezuelan politician. 
In his career he has been  the Venezuelan ambassador to many countries, a deputy minister of the  Department of Foreign Relations, and a permanent representative of Venezuela at the UN.
He studied law at the Universidad Catolica Andres Bello in Caracas, Venezuela and graduated in 1969 as a lawyer. He has twice been awarded the honorary degree of Doctor Honoris Causa, once at a university here in Venezuela and again at a university in Paris, France.  

Mr. Alcalay speaks seven languages. He has held many positions of leadership in the UN: President of the Information Committee and Vice-President of the Disarmament and International Commission.

                       Mr. Milos Alcaly


Mr. Alcalay is also a distinguished writer, publishing seven books on various subjects in the field of international issues: human rights, illicit drug trade, democracy for Latin America. He is currently a columnist in Diario La Verdad where he has written countless articles. He also teaches at two Venezuelan universities where he instructs students in law and diplomacy.

Mr. Alcalay is well-recognized for his achievements, having been awarded national medals, diplomas and honors from many countries including Brazil, Germany and Peru.

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