Mohamed Sahnoun

Mohamed Sahnoun

Mohamed Sahnoun is an Algerian diplomat who was Algerian ambassador to several key countries such as France, Germany and the United States, served as the Organisation of African Unity's Assistant Secretary General, the Arab League's Assistant Secretary-general, the Secretary-General of the United Nations's Special Representative for Somalia in 1992 and the Secretary-General of the United Nations's Special Representative for the Great Lakes region in 1997 before continuing to work for peace and reconciliation through various UN-related or independent charities. He particularly focused on developing intercultural and inter-religious dialogues and on healing wounded memories from past conflicts. Wikipedia*

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Mohamed Sahnoun has four videos in the C-SPAN Video Library; the first appearance was a 1993 Forum. The year with the highest average number of views per program was 1994 with an average of 89 views per program. Most appearances with Robert B. Oakley (2), James Woods (2).

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Envoy, Somalia, United Nations c. October 15, 1992 - c. November 12, 1992 Videos: 4

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