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Leaders and Sherpas
(Gleneagles, Perthshire, Scotland, July 6–8, 2005)

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France:
Jacques Chirac, President of the Republic
Maurice Gourdault-Montagne, Personal Representative
Michel Camdessus, Africa Personal Representative

United States:
George W. Bush, President
Faryar Shirzad, Personal Representative
Contance Newman, Africa Personal Representative

United Kingdom:
Tony Blair (host), Prime Minister and President-in-Office of the European Council
Michael Jay, Personal Representative
Hilary Benn, Africa Personal Representative

Russian Federation:
Vladimir Vladimirovich Putin, President
Igor Shuvalov, Personal Representative
Nodari Simonia, Africa Personal Representative

Germany:
Gerhard Schroeder, Chancellor
Bernd Pfaffenbach, Personal Representative
Uschi Eid, Africa Personal Representative

Japan:
Junichiro Koizumi, Prime Minister
Mitoji Yabunaka, Personal Representative
Masaharu Kohno, Africa Personal Representative

Italy:
Silvio Berlusconi, Prime Minister
Giovanni Castellaneta, Personal Representative
Alberto Michelini, Africa Personal Representative

Canada:
Paul Martin, Prime Minister
Peter Harder, Personal Representative
Robert Fowler, Africa Personal Representative

European Union:
Jose Manuel Barroso, President of the European Commission

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Other Participants
(Gleneagles, Perthshire, Scotland, July 5-8, 2005)

Non-G8 Leaders
Abdelaziz Bouteflka, Algeria
Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva, Brazil
Hu Jintau, China
Meles Zenawi, Ethiopia
John Agyekum Kufour, Ghana
Manmohan Singh, India
Vicente Fox, Mexico
Olusegun Obasanjo, Nigeria
Abdoulaye Wade, Senegal
Thabo Mbeki, South Africa
Benjamin Mpkapa, Tanzania

International Organization Heads
Alpha Oumar Konare, Commission of the African Union
Claude Mandil, International Energy Agency
Rodrigo de Rato, International Monetary Fund
Kofi Annan, United Nations
Paul Wolfovitz, World Bank
Supachai Panitchpakdi, World Trade Organization


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Finance Ministers and Central Bank Governors
(Washington, October 1, 2004; London, June 10-11, 2005)

France:
Thierry Breton, Minister of Economy, Finance and Industry
Christian Noyer, Governor, Banque de France

United States:
John Snow, Secretary of the Treasury
Alan Greenspan, Chairman of the Federal Reserve

United Kingdom:
Gordon Brown, Chancellor of the Exchequer
Mervyn King, Governor, Bank of England

Germany:
Hans Eichel, Finance Minister
Axel Weber, Governor, Deutsche Budesbank

Japan:
Sadakazu Tanigaki, Minister of Finance
Toshihiku Fukui, Governor, Bank of Japan

Italy:
Domenico Siniscalco, Minister of the Economy
Antonio Fazio, Governor, Banca d'Italia

Canada:
Ralph Goodale, Minister of Finance
David Dodge, Governor, Bank of Canada

Russian Federation:
Alexei Kudrin, Minister of Finance
Sergei Ignatyev, Chair, Central Bank

European Union:
Joaquin Almunia, European Commissioner for Monetary Affairs
Jean-Claude Trichet, President, European Central Bank

China:
(present at dinner in Washington on October 1 and breakfast on June 11 in London)
Jin Renqing, Minister of Finance
Zhou Xiaochuan, Governor, Central Bank

Brazil:
(present at breakfast on June 11 in London)
Antonio Palocci

India:
(present at breakfast on June 11 in London)
Shri Chidambaram

South Africa:
(present at breakfast on June 11 in London)
Trevor Manual


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Foreign Ministers
(New York, September 24, 2004; London, June 23, 2005)

France:
Michel Barnier, Minister of Foreign Affairs (New York, September 2004)
Philippe Douste-Blazy, Minister of Foreign Affairs (London, June 2005)

United States:
Colin L. Powell, Secretary of State (New York, September 2004)
John Snow, Treasury Secretary (New York, September 2004)
Condolizza Rice, Secretary of State (London, June 2005)

United Kingdom:
Jack Straw, Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs

Russian Federation:
Sergey Lavrov, Minister of Foreign Affairs

Germany:
Joschka Fischer, Foreign Minister

Japan:
Yoriko Kawaguchi, Minister for Foreign Affairs and Minister of the Environment (New York, September 2004)
Nobutaka Machimura, Minister for Foreign Affairs (London, June 2005)

Italy:
Franco Frattini, Minister of Foreign Affairs (New York, September 2005)
Gianfranco Fini (London, June 2005)

Canada:
Pierre Pettigrew, Minister of Foreign Affairs (New York, September 2004)
James Wright, Political Director, Foreign Affairs Canada (London, June 2005)

European Union:
Christopher Patten, Foreign Affairs Commissioner (New York, September 2004)
Javier Solana, High Representative
Brian Cowen, Irish Foreign Minister (New York, September 2004)
Jean Asselborn, Minister for Foreign Affairs and Immigration, Luxembourg (London, June 2005)
Benita Ferrero-Waldner, European Commissioner (London, June 2005)


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Justice and Home Ministers
(Sheffield, UK, June 15-16, 2005)

France:
Pascal Clément-Fromentel, Minister of Justice
Christian Estrosi, Minister Delegate for Regional Development

United States:
Alberto Gonzales, Attorney General
Michael Chertoff, Secretary of Homeland Security

United Kingdom:
Hazel Blears, Minister of State for Counterterrorism, Resilience Issues, Crime Reduction, Policing, Community Safety
Lord Peter Goldsmith, Attorney General
Baroness Patricia Scotland, Minister of State for the Criminal Justice System

Russian Federation:
Vladimir Vasilyevich Ustinov, Procurator General
Rashid Gumarovich Nurgaliev, Minister of Internal Affairs
Yury Chayka, Minister of Justice

Germany:
Otto Schily, Federal Minister of the Interior

Japan:
Toshiaki Hiwatari, Vice-Minister of Justice
Hirato Yoshimura

Italy:
Giuseppe Pisanu, Minister of the Interior

Canada:
Michel Bouchard, Associate Deputy Minister, Department of Justice

European Union:
Franco Frattini, Commissioner of Justice and Home Affairs


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