Interview with Diego Arria by Jean Krasno
Diego Arria's (Venezuela, 1938 – ) connection with the United Nations started in 1991 when he became the Permanent Representative of Venezuela. He remained in that post until 1994, serving as Security Council President on March 1992. In 2003, Mr. Arria was named Special Advisor to Secretary-General Kofi Annan.
Due to Venezuela's role in the Secretary-General's "Group of Friends" and because he served as Venezuela's Permanent Representative, Mr. Arria was involved in the peace negotiations in El Salvador and Haiti.
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