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On 24 November 2010, at 16:15, 19 of Diplo’s students graduated with a
Master in Contemporary Diplomacy. In the wonderful venue of the old Jesuits
Church, Aula Magna, in Merchants Street, Valletta Malta, we had the
pleasure of seeing some of the students come to Malta for the graduation
ceremony for the first time. Six students: Wendy Zecic, William Calvo,
Stephanie Psaila, Ambassador Angelic Alihusain del Castilho, Vladimir
Radunovic, and Olga Algayerova joined us on this special occasion. In
addition to these six, the following students graduated: Evans Phidelis
Aryabaha, Nnke Garnette, Ljupco Gjorgjinki, Ammar Hijazi, Unisa Kamara,
Adriana Lazinica, Carla Maldonado, Pere Mora Roma, Remmy Nweke, Roberto
Rodriguez, Antje Schuett, Abdunur Sekindi and Ibrahim Uvais.

To celebrate this event, DiploFoundation hosted the graduates and their
families and partners at a reception at the Cavalieri Hotel that evening.
It was a great success and enjoyed by all who attended.

On 24 November 2010, at 16:15, 19 of Diplo’s students graduated with a
Master in Contemporary Diplomacy. In the wonderful venue of the old Jesuits
Church, Aula Magna, in Merchants Street, Valletta Malta, we had the
pleasure of seeing some of the students come to Malta for the graduation
ceremony for the first time. Six students: Wendy Zecic, William Calvo,
Stephanie Psaila, Ambassador Angelic Alihusain del Castilho, Vladimir
Radunovic, and Olga Algayerova joined us on this special occasion. In
addition to these six, the following students graduated: Evans Phidelis
Aryabaha, Nnke Garnette, Ljupco Gjorgjinki, Ammar Hijazi, Unisa Kamara,
Adriana Lazinica, Carla Maldonado, Pere Mora Roma, Remmy Nweke, Roberto
Rodriguez, Antje Schuett, Abdunur Sekindi and Ibrahim Uvais.

To celebrate this event, DiploFoundation hosted the graduates and their
families and partners at a reception at the Cavalieri Hotel that evening.
It was a great success and enjoyed by all who attended.

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