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WSF 2013 - Rio de Janeiro

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Chair: Gretchen Kalonji, Assistant Director-General, UNESCO (confirmed)

John Burn, Newcastle University, Human Variome Project
Ricardo Paes e Barros, Strategic Secretary of the Brazilian Presidency's Strategic Affairs
Linxiu Zhang, Deputy Director of the Centre for Chinese Agricultural Policy

DISCUSSION

ROOM: ANGRA DOS REIS

Chair: Chunli Bai, President, Chinese Academy of Sciences

Ernesto Julio Calvo, Director of INQUIMAE
Pavel Kabat, Director, International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis (IIASA)
Marcia McNutt, Editor-in-Chiefe, Science
Luis Eugenio de Melo, Vale, Brazil

DISCUSSION

ROOM: ANGRA DOS REIS

Chairs: Gretchen Kalonji, Assistant Director-General, UNESCO
Marco Antonio Raupp, Minister of Science, Technology and Innovation of Brazil

Speakers:

Robert Ajayi Boroffice
Henrique Eduardo Alves
Lucy Calderon
Juan Luis Castro González
Siba Machado
Joshua Mandell
Ngcobo Eugene Nhlanhla Nqaba
Ninlawan Petcharaburanin
Rodrigo Rollemberg
Peter Szijjarto


ROOM: ANGRA DOS REIS

COFFEE BREAK
COFFEE BREAK

Chair: Alan Leshner, CEO, AAAS

Luiz Davidovich, Director, Brazilian Academy of Sciences
Heneri Dzinotyiweyi, Former Minister of Science and Development of Zimbabwe
Anne Glover, Chief Scientific Adviser to President of the European Commission
Takashi Onishi, President, Science Council of Japan

DISCUSSION

ROOM: ANGRA DOS REIS

Chair: Volker ter Meulen, IAP Co-Chair

Tariq Durrani, Vice President, the Royal Society of Edinburgh
Pierre Léna, President of the Foundation La main à la Pâte
Eva-Maria Neher, XLAB Experimental Laboratory for Young People in Göttingen
Daya Reddy, President, Academy of Sciences of South Africa

DISCUSSION

ROOM: ANGRA DOS REIS

COFFEE BREAK

WTA / UNESCO
Presentation of the Global Innovation Forum

SPEAKERS:
Gretchen Kalonji (UNESCO)
Deong-Seong Oh (WTA)

ROOM: PETROPOLIS C

ACKNOWLEDGMENT SESSION
Ruy Marques, President of FAPERJ
Fernando Ribeiro, Director of FINEP
Jorge Guimarães, President of CAPES
Glaucius Oliva, President of CNPQ

CLOSING CEREMONY
Jacob Palis
Gretchen Kalonji
HRH Sumaya bint El Hassan
József Pálinkás
Marco Antonio Raupp

ROOM: ANGRA DOS REIS

LUNCH
LUNCH

Chair: Ernst Winnacker, Secretary General, Human Frontier Science Program

Paulo Beirão, Coordinator, Global Research Council
Indira Nath, National Institute of Pathology (ICMR)
Nicholas Steneck, Director, Research Ethics and Integrity Program, Michigan Institute for Clinical and Health Research

DISCUSSION

ROOM: ANGRA DOS REIS

Presentation of the World Social Science Report 2013

By Françoise Caillods
IISSC Senior Advisor on 2013 WSSR
International Social Science Council (ISSC)

ROOM: PETROPOLIS C

Chair: József Pálinkás, President, Hungarian Academy of Sciences

Umar Buba Bindir, DG, National Office for Technology Acquisition and Promotion
Reiko Kuroda, Tokyo University of Science; Science Council of Japan
Alvaro Prata, National Secretary for Technology and Innovation Development, Ministrey of ST&I of Brazil.
Carlos Tadeu, Executive Manager for Pre salt, Petrobras

DISCUSSION

ROOM: ANGRA DOS REIS

G77 MEETING: "South-South Cooperation: G-77 Consortium on Science, Technology and Innovation for the South - COSTIS"

ROOM: PETROPOLIS C

COFFEE BREAK
COFFEE BREAK

The challenge of strengthening capacities for formulating, monitoring and evaluation of national policies in land use, rural development, Environment, for Nature Conservation and Forestry.

It is clear that improving environmental governance requires a better ability of politicians and policy deciders (national and provincial parliamentarians, local politicians, members of boards of national and regional administrations) to understand, approve and evaluate policies and strategies that are proposed.
Little or no training opportunities tailored to this very specific target group is available in a lot of developing countries. However, it is essential to improve environmental governance. The interactive session would like to identify the challenges and constraints (SWOT analysis method), the training needs and propose the development of specific approaches increasing the impact and the ownership of national policies

CHAIR:
Samy Mankoto

SPEAKERS:
Théodore Trefon
Luis Eduardo Aragon
Vu Dinh Ton

ROOM: ANGRA DOS REIS


Chair: Adalberto Val

Speakers:
Jhan Carlo Espinoza
Wolfgang Junk
Marlucia Martins

ROOM: PETROPOLIS C

Chair: Helena Nader

Speakers:
Manfred Hallschmid
Fernando Lavadenz
Sérgio Pena
Jiarui Wu

ROOM: CABO FRIO C&D

Chair: Katalin Bogyay

Speakers:
Tateo Arimoto
Dan Bitan and Hasan Dweik
Adel El Beltagy
Romain Murenzi
Vaughan Turekian

ROOM: CABO FRIO A&B

Chair: László Somlyódy

Speakers:
Zelmira May
Jose Galizia Tundisi
Ramon Llamas

ROOM: CABO FRIO C&D

Chair: Mande Holford and Gordon Dalton

Speakers:
Jacqueline Allan
Kate Krontiris
Claire McNulty
Eduardo Viotti

ROOM: CABO FRIO A&B

Chair: Virginia Murray

Speakers:
David Johnston
Gordon McBean
Richard M Allen
Yuichi Ono

ROOM: PETROPOLIS C

Leveraging The Nexus Between Health Science, Policy & Business: Insights From The BRICS, USA & Europe

Health is big business. It is also a lynchpin of development-based foreign policy. All nations, large and small, invest in global public goods. Together, we strive to secure the right to the health benefits of science for our most vulnerable populations. This story is well known. Less evaluated are the transformational scientific and commercial significances of cause-related health partnerships. International scientific, economic and philanthropic institutions are engaging with civil societies to enable health on a massive scale. Benefits are far-reaching. Impacts alone on skills development in science, medicine and associated industries are profound. Novel business clusters are promoting partnerships, innovations and capacity-building, while creating health-tech transfers, jobs and growth. Diverse enterprises and regions are benefiting. This roundtable brings together global influencers in policy, funding, medical research governance, representative bodies and corporate leadership. Via a flexible format of fact-driven case-studies and a hard-talk-style interview led by an experienced health diplomat, with space for questions, answers and reactions, speakers will unravel how health science drives global sustainable development – or not, as the case might be. First-hand insights into the complex matrix of scientific, policy, commercial and relational challenges involved form an important focus. Best practices and pitfalls encountered when, for example, tackling poverty-related diseases or substance addictions, or deciding how best to exploit modern farming or harvest natural resources, will be given. South Africa and Brazil’s determination to become full and active partners in wider science-to-business initiatives will also be evidenced.
ORGANIZER:
Aidan Gilligan

CHAIR:
M.D. Delon Human

SPEAKERS:
Michael Masutha
Anne Glover
Daya Reddy
Alan Leshner
József Pálinkás

ROOM: BUZIOS B

Chair: Ron Sederoff

Speakers:
Dario Grattapaglia
Hans Grosse Werner
Shawn Mansfield
Oudara Souvannavong

ROOM: CABO FRIO C&D

Chair: Wendy Watson-Wright

Speakers:
Patricia Miloslavich
José Muelbert
Alan Simcock

ROOM: CABO FRIO A&B

Chair: Lidia Brito

Speakers:
Eudine Barriteau
Chusheng Chen
Marlene Hamilton
Heila Lotz-Sisitka
Deog-Seong Oh

ROOM: PETROPOLIS C

Chair: Chris Somerville

Speakers:
Luuk van der Wielen
Guanghui Xie
Luís Augusto Barbosa Cortez
John Pierce
Johann Görgens
Zurina Amnan

ROOM: CABO FRIO A&B

Chair: Carlos Alberto Aragão

Speakers:
Bernardo Gradin
Marcelo de Freitas Gonçalves
Gábor Bojár

ROOM: PETROPOLIS C

Jacob Palis, President, Brazilian Academy of Sciences; Chairman, World Science Forum
József Pálinkás, President, Hungarian Academy of Sciences; President, World Science Forum
Gordon McBean, President-elect of ICSU
Sergio Cabral, Governor of Rio de Janeiro
János Áder, President of Hungary
Irina Bokova, Director General, UNESCO
Dilma Rousseff, President of Brazil

Prize presented by:
Irina Bokova, Director-General, UNESCO

“Companhia Bachiana Brasileira” presenting Bachiana #5 from the Brazilian composer, Heitor Villa Lobos

Reception and cultural presentation
HOSTED BY THE CONRADO WESSEL FOUNDATION

Welcome remarks
Mr. Americo Fialdini, President of the Conrado Wessel Foundation
H.E. Aloizio Mercadante, Minister of Education of Brazil

Reception and cultural presentation
HOSTED BY VALE

Welcome remarks:
Dr. Luis Eugenio de Mello, Director, Vale Technological Institute

Reception and cultural presentation
HOSTED BY THE CONRADO WESSEL FOUNDATION, FAIPES AND SCHLUMBERGER

Welcome remarks:

WSF 2013 - Rio de Janeiro

  • 18:00 - 19:00OPENING CEREMONY

    Venue: Municipal Theatre of Rio de Janeiro
    Jacob Palis, President, Brazilian Academy of Sciences; Chairman, World Science Forum
    József Pálinkás, President, Hungarian Academy of Sciences; President, World Science Forum
    Gordon McBean, President-elect of ICSU
    Sergio Cabral, Governor of Rio de Janeiro
    János Áder, President of Hungary
    Irina Bokova, Director General, UNESCO
    Dilma Rousseff, President of Brazil
  • 19:00 - 19:30UNESCO PRIZE CEREMONY

    Venue: Municipal Theatre of Rio de Janeiro
    Prize presented by:
    Irina Bokova, Director-General, UNESCO
  • 19:30 - 19:45CLASSICAL MUSIC PRESENTATION

    Venue: Municipal Theatre of Rio de Janeiro
    “Companhia Bachiana Brasileira” presenting Bachiana #5 from the Brazilian composer, Heitor Villa Lobos
  • 20:00 - 23:00RECEPTION

    Venue: Municipal Theatre of Rio de Janeiro
    Reception and cultural presentation
    HOSTED BY THE CONRADO WESSEL FOUNDATION

    Welcome remarks
    Mr. Americo Fialdini, President of the Conrado Wessel Foundation
    H.E. Aloizio Mercadante, Minister of Education of Brazil

WSF 2013 - Rio de Janeiro

  • 09:00 - 10:30PLENARY SESSION I. "INEQUALITIES AS BARRIERS FOR GLOBAL SUSTAINABILITY"

    Venue: Hotel Windsor Atlantica
    Chair: Gretchen Kalonji, Assistant Director-General, UNESCO (confirmed)

    John Burn, Newcastle University, Human Variome Project
    Ricardo Paes e Barros, Strategic Secretary of the Brazilian Presidency's Strategic Affairs
    Linxiu Zhang, Deputy Director of the Centre for Chinese Agricultural Policy

    DISCUSSION

    ROOM: ANGRA DOS REIS
  • 10:30 - 11:00COFFEE BREAK

    Venue: Hotel Windsor Atlantica
  • 11:00 - 12:30PLENARY SESSION II. "SCIENCE POLICY AND GOVERNANCE: INVENTING THE FUTURE"

    Venue: Hotel Windsor Atlantica
    Chair: Alan Leshner, CEO, AAAS

    Luiz Davidovich, Director, Brazilian Academy of Sciences
    Heneri Dzinotyiweyi, Former Minister of Science and Development of Zimbabwe
    Anne Glover, Chief Scientific Adviser to President of the European Commission
    Takashi Onishi, President, Science Council of Japan

    DISCUSSION

    ROOM: ANGRA DOS REIS
  • 12:30 - 14:00LUNCH

    Venue: Hotel Windsor Atlantica
  • 14:00 - 15:30PLENARY SESSION III. "SCIENTIFIC INTEGRITY"

    Venue: Hotel Windsor Atlantica
    Chair: Ernst Winnacker, Secretary General, Human Frontier Science Program

    Paulo Beirão, Coordinator, Global Research Council
    Indira Nath, National Institute of Pathology (ICMR)
    Nicholas Steneck, Director, Research Ethics and Integrity Program, Michigan Institute for Clinical and Health Research

    DISCUSSION

    ROOM: ANGRA DOS REIS
  • 14:00 - 14:30SPECIAL SESSION

    Venue: Hotel Windsor Atlantica
    Presentation of the World Social Science Report 2013

    By Françoise Caillods
    IISSC Senior Advisor on 2013 WSSR
    International Social Science Council (ISSC)

    ROOM: PETROPOLIS C
  • 15:30 - 16:00COFFEE BREAK

    Venue: Hotel Windsor Atlantica
  • 16:00 - 17:30PARALLEL THEMATIC SESSIONS I. "Amazonia, Biodiversity and Sustainable Development"

    Venue: Hotel Windsor Atlantica
    Chair: Adalberto Val

    Speakers:
    Jhan Carlo Espinoza
    Wolfgang Junk
    Marlucia Martins

    ROOM: PETROPOLIS C
  • 16:00 - 17:30PARALLEL THEMATIC SESSIONS I. "The Medical Challenge of Old Age"

    Venue: Hotel Windsor Atlantica
    Chair: Helena Nader

    Speakers:
    Manfred Hallschmid
    Fernando Lavadenz
    Sérgio Pena
    Jiarui Wu

    ROOM: CABO FRIO C&D
  • 16:00 - 17:30PARALLEL THEMATIC SESSIONS I. "Science Diplomacy"

    Venue: Hotel Windsor Atlantica
    Chair: Katalin Bogyay

    Speakers:
    Tateo Arimoto
    Dan Bitan and Hasan Dweik
    Adel El Beltagy
    Romain Murenzi
    Vaughan Turekian

    ROOM: CABO FRIO A&B
  • 17:30 - 19:00PARALLEL THEMATIC SESSIONS II. "Sustainable Planted Forests"

    Venue: Hotel Windsor Atlantica
    Chair: Ron Sederoff

    Speakers:
    Dario Grattapaglia
    Hans Grosse Werner
    Shawn Mansfield
    Oudara Souvannavong

    ROOM: CABO FRIO C&D
  • 17:30 - 19:00PARALLEL THEMATIC SESSIONS II. "Applying Ocean Sciences and Knowledge for Societal Benefit: Demands after Rio+20"

    Venue: Hotel Windsor Atlantica
    Chair: Wendy Watson-Wright

    Speakers:
    Patricia Miloslavich
    José Muelbert
    Alan Simcock

    ROOM: CABO FRIO A&B
  • 17:30 - 19:00PARALLEL THEMATIC SESSIONS II. "The Role of Higher Education in Building a Critical Mass for Global Sustainability"

    Venue: Hotel Windsor Atlantica
    Chair: Lidia Brito

    Speakers:
    Eudine Barriteau
    Chusheng Chen
    Marlene Hamilton
    Heila Lotz-Sisitka
    Deog-Seong Oh

    ROOM: PETROPOLIS C
  • 20:00 - 23:00RECEPTION

    Venue: Espaco Franklin
    Reception and cultural presentation
    HOSTED BY VALE

    Welcome remarks:
    Dr. Luis Eugenio de Mello, Director, Vale Technological Institute

WSF 2013 - Rio de Janeiro

  • 09:00 - 10:30PLENARY SESSION IV. "SCIENCE FOR NATURAL RESOURCES"

    Venue: Hotel Windsor Atlantica
    Chair: Chunli Bai, President, Chinese Academy of Sciences

    Ernesto Julio Calvo, Director of INQUIMAE
    Pavel Kabat, Director, International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis (IIASA)
    Marcia McNutt, Editor-in-Chiefe, Science
    Luis Eugenio de Melo, Vale, Brazil

    DISCUSSION

    ROOM: ANGRA DOS REIS
  • 10:30 - 11:00COFFEE BREAK

    Venue: Hotel Windsor Atlantica
  • 11:00 - 12:30PLENARY SESSION V. "SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING EDUCATION"

    Venue: Hotel Windsor Atlantica
    Chair: Volker ter Meulen, IAP Co-Chair

    Tariq Durrani, Vice President, the Royal Society of Edinburgh
    Pierre Léna, President of the Foundation La main à la Pâte
    Eva-Maria Neher, XLAB Experimental Laboratory for Young People in Göttingen
    Daya Reddy, President, Academy of Sciences of South Africa

    DISCUSSION

    ROOM: ANGRA DOS REIS
  • 12:00 - 14:00SPECIAL SESSION

    Venue: Hotel Windsor Atlantica
    WTA / UNESCO
    Presentation of the Global Innovation Forum

    SPEAKERS:
    Gretchen Kalonji (UNESCO)
    Deong-Seong Oh (WTA)

    ROOM: PETROPOLIS C
  • 12:30 - 14:00LUNCH

    Venue: Hotel Windsor Atlantica
  • 14:00 - 15:30PLENARY SESSION VI. "THE FUNDAMENTAL ROLES OF SCIENCE IN INNOVATION"

    Venue: Hotel Windsor Atlantica
    Chair: József Pálinkás, President, Hungarian Academy of Sciences

    Umar Buba Bindir, DG, National Office for Technology Acquisition and Promotion
    Reiko Kuroda, Tokyo University of Science; Science Council of Japan
    Alvaro Prata, National Secretary for Technology and Innovation Development, Ministrey of ST&I of Brazil.
    Carlos Tadeu, Executive Manager for Pre salt, Petrobras

    DISCUSSION

    ROOM: ANGRA DOS REIS
  • 14:00 - 15:30SPECIAL SESSION

    Venue: Hotel Windsor Atlantica
    G77 MEETING: "South-South Cooperation: G-77 Consortium on Science, Technology and Innovation for the South - COSTIS"

    ROOM: PETROPOLIS C
  • 15:30 - 16:00COFFEE BREAK

    Venue: Hotel Windsor Atlantica
  • 15:30 - 17:30SPECIAL SESSION

    Venue: Hotel Windsor Atlantica
    The challenge of strengthening capacities for formulating, monitoring and evaluation of national policies in land use, rural development, Environment, for Nature Conservation and Forestry.

    It is clear that improving environmental governance requires a better ability of politicians and policy deciders (national and provincial parliamentarians, local politicians, members of boards of national and regional administrations) to understand, approve and evaluate policies and strategies that are proposed.
    Little or no training opportunities tailored to this very specific target group is available in a lot of developing countries. However, it is essential to improve environmental governance. The interactive session would like to identify the challenges and constraints (SWOT analysis method), the training needs and propose the development of specific approaches increasing the impact and the ownership of national policies

    CHAIR:
    Samy Mankoto

    SPEAKERS:
    Théodore Trefon
    Luis Eduardo Aragon
    Vu Dinh Ton

    ROOM: ANGRA DOS REIS


  • 16:00 - 17:30PARALLEL THEMATIC SESSION III. "Water Cooperation and Security"

    Venue: Hotel Windsor Atlantica
    Chair: László Somlyódy

    Speakers:
    Zelmira May
    Jose Galizia Tundisi
    Ramon Llamas

    ROOM: CABO FRIO C&D
  • 16:00 - 17:30PARALLEL THEMATIC SESSION III. "Young Scientists and Social Innovators Making Science Sustainable for the Next Generation"

    Venue: Hotel Windsor Atlantica
    Chair: Mande Holford and Gordon Dalton

    Speakers:
    Jacqueline Allan
    Kate Krontiris
    Claire McNulty
    Eduardo Viotti

    ROOM: CABO FRIO A&B
  • 16:00 - 17:30PARALLEL THEMATIC SESSION III. "Science and Technology in the Service of Disaster Risk Reduction"

    Venue: Hotel Windsor Atlantica
    Chair: Virginia Murray

    Speakers:
    David Johnston
    Gordon McBean
    Richard M Allen
    Yuichi Ono

    ROOM: PETROPOLIS C
  • 16:00 - 18:00SPECIAL SESSION

    Venue: Hotel Windsor Atlantica
    Leveraging The Nexus Between Health Science, Policy & Business: Insights From The BRICS, USA & Europe

    Health is big business. It is also a lynchpin of development-based foreign policy. All nations, large and small, invest in global public goods. Together, we strive to secure the right to the health benefits of science for our most vulnerable populations. This story is well known. Less evaluated are the transformational scientific and commercial significances of cause-related health partnerships. International scientific, economic and philanthropic institutions are engaging with civil societies to enable health on a massive scale. Benefits are far-reaching. Impacts alone on skills development in science, medicine and associated industries are profound. Novel business clusters are promoting partnerships, innovations and capacity-building, while creating health-tech transfers, jobs and growth. Diverse enterprises and regions are benefiting. This roundtable brings together global influencers in policy, funding, medical research governance, representative bodies and corporate leadership. Via a flexible format of fact-driven case-studies and a hard-talk-style interview led by an experienced health diplomat, with space for questions, answers and reactions, speakers will unravel how health science drives global sustainable development – or not, as the case might be. First-hand insights into the complex matrix of scientific, policy, commercial and relational challenges involved form an important focus. Best practices and pitfalls encountered when, for example, tackling poverty-related diseases or substance addictions, or deciding how best to exploit modern farming or harvest natural resources, will be given. South Africa and Brazil’s determination to become full and active partners in wider science-to-business initiatives will also be evidenced.
    ORGANIZER:
    Aidan Gilligan

    CHAIR:
    M.D. Delon Human

    SPEAKERS:
    Michael Masutha
    Anne Glover
    Daya Reddy
    Alan Leshner
    József Pálinkás

    ROOM: BUZIOS B
  • 17:30 - 19:00PARALLEL THEMATIC SESSION IV. "Bioenergy"

    Venue: Hotel Windsor Atlantica
    Chair: Chris Somerville

    Speakers:
    Luuk van der Wielen
    Guanghui Xie
    Luís Augusto Barbosa Cortez
    John Pierce
    Johann Görgens
    Zurina Amnan

    ROOM: CABO FRIO A&B
  • 17:30 - 19:00PARALLEL THEMATIC SESSION IV. "Academy and Enterprise"

    Venue: Hotel Windsor Atlantica
    Chair: Carlos Alberto Aragão

    Speakers:
    Bernardo Gradin
    Marcelo de Freitas Gonçalves
    Gábor Bojár

    ROOM: PETROPOLIS C
  • 17:30 - 19:00PARALLEL THEMATIC SESSION IV. "Challenges and Opportunities of Interdisciplinary and Transdisciplinary Science for Sustainability: Future Earth"

    Venue: Hotel Windsor Atlantica
    Chair: Gordon McBean

    Speakers:
    Thomas Rosswall
    Carlos Nobre
    Cheryl de la Rey

    ROOM: CABO FRIO C&D
  • 20:00 - 23:00RECEPTION

    Venue: National Historical Museum
    Reception and cultural presentation
    HOSTED BY THE CONRADO WESSEL FOUNDATION, FAIPES AND SCHLUMBERGER

    Welcome remarks:

WSF 2013 - Rio de Janeiro

  • 09:30 - 11:30PARLIAMENTARY SESSION

    Venue: Hotel Windsor Atlantica
    Chairs: Gretchen Kalonji, Assistant Director-General, UNESCO
    Marco Antonio Raupp, Minister of Science, Technology and Innovation of Brazil

    Speakers:

    Robert Ajayi Boroffice
    Henrique Eduardo Alves
    Lucy Calderon
    Juan Luis Castro González
    Siba Machado
    Joshua Mandell
    Ngcobo Eugene Nhlanhla Nqaba
    Ninlawan Petcharaburanin
    Rodrigo Rollemberg
    Peter Szijjarto


    ROOM: ANGRA DOS REIS
  • 11:30 - 12:00COFFEE BREAK

    Venue: Hotel Windsor Atlantica
  • 12:00 - 13:30CLOSING CEREMONY AND PRESENTATION OF THE DECLARATION

    Venue: Hotel Windsor Atlantica
    ACKNOWLEDGMENT SESSION
    Ruy Marques, President of FAPERJ
    Fernando Ribeiro, Director of FINEP
    Jorge Guimarães, President of CAPES
    Glaucius Oliva, President of CNPQ

    CLOSING CEREMONY
    Jacob Palis
    Gretchen Kalonji
    HRH Sumaya bint El Hassan
    József Pálinkás
    Marco Antonio Raupp

    ROOM: ANGRA DOS REIS
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