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2001 G8 Genoa Summit: Delegations


Leader and Sherpa

Canada:
Jean Chrétien, Prime Minister
Gaëtan Lavertu, Personal Representative (Sherpa)
France:
Jacques Chirac, President of the Republic
Jean-Marc de la Sablière, Personal Representative (Sherpa)
Germany:
Gerhard Schröder, Chancellor
Dr. Alfred Tacke, Personal Representative (Sherpa)
Italy:
Silvio Berlusconi, Prime Minister
Francesco Olivieri, Personal Representative (Sherpa)
Japan:
Junichiro Koizumi, Prime Minister
Yoshiji Nogami, Personal Representative (Sherpa)
Russian Federation:
Vladimir Vladimirovich Putin, President
Andrei Illarionov, Personal Representative (Sherpa)
United Kingdom:
Tony Blair, Prime Minister
Jeremy Heywood, Personal Representative (Sherpa)
United States:
George W. Bush, President
Gary Edson, Personal Representative (Sherpa)
European Union:
Romano Prodi, President of the European Commission
Armando Varricchio, Personal Representative (Sherpa)

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Foreign Ministers

Canada:
John Manley, Minister of Foreign Affairs
France:
Hubert Védrine, Minister of Foreign Affairs
Germany:
Joschka Fischer, Foreign Minister
Italy:
Renato Ruggiero, Minister of Foreign Affairs
Japan:
Makiko Tanaka, Minister for Foreign Affairs
Russian Federation:
Igor Sergeevich Ivanov, Minister of Foreign Affairs
United Kingdom:
Jack Straw, Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs
United States:
Colin L. Powell, Secretary of State
European Union:
Christopher Patten, Foreign Affairs Commissioner

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Finance Ministers

Canada:
Paul Martin, Minister of Finance
France:
Laurent Fabius, Minister of Economy, Finance and Industry
Germany:
Werner Müller, Finance Minister
Italy:
Giulio Tremonti, Minister of the Economy
Japan:
Shiokawa Masajuro, Minister of Finance
United Kingdom:
James Gordon Brown, Chancellor of the Exchequer
United States:
Paul H. O'Neill, Secretary of the Treasury
European Union:
Pedro Solbes Mira, European Commissioner for Economic and Financial Affairs

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