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Santiago Osorio, Maria Mesa and Morten Aulund
Penny Perez, Steven Barraclough, Halyna Yusypiuk and Noel Sutton
Marena Paiz and Cecilia Mostafa
Lisa Lamaitre and Dave Lamaitre
Lina Sanmiguel and Liuba Montano
Indonesian ambassador Kristiarto Legowo, Fatine Medrek and Moroccan ambassador Karim Medrek
Jose Castillo and Paul Varricchio
Jaime Campas and Zimbabwean ambassador Joe Mhishi
Marta Guzman and Salima Estefan
Cherif Khali, Zambian high commissioner Frank Bwalya and Kenyan ambassador Isaiya Kabira
Costa Rican ambassador Armando Vargas and Heinz Heimann
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