President Thabo Mbeki's visit to Germany for the unveiling of the 2010 Soccer World Cup logo and for bilateral political and economic discussions with German President and Chancellor , 07 - 10 July 2006 (A Photo Gallery)

President Mbeki's delegation includes Ministers Dr. Nkosazana Dlamini Zuma, Makhenkesi Stofile, Jeff Radebe, Sydney Mufamadi, Essop Pahad, Deputy Minister Jabu Moleketi, Directors General Frank Chikane and Dr Ayanda Ntsaluba as well as members of the 2010 local organising committee. President Mbeki is joined by UN Secretary General Koffi Annan, Prof. Alpha Konare Chairperson of the AU Commission, Sepp Blatter President of FIFA and Issa Hayatou FIFA Vice President and CAF President at a ceremony in Tempodrom, Berlin to unveil the 2010 world cup logo

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President Thabo Mbeki with Mr Sepp Blatter addresses the Media during a briefing after the signing ceremony of the FIFA - European Union Agreement in Berlin Germany.
 
President Thabo Mbeki and Mr Irvin Khoza with Mr Issa Hayatou, Vice President of FIFA and President of CAF (middle).
 
President Thabo Mbeki with Mr Sepp Blatter, President of FIFA and Mr Alpha Konare Chairperson of the AU Commission.
 
President Thabo Mbeki with Mrs Annan, Mr Kofi Annan, Secretary General of the UN, Mr Sepp Blatter, President of FIFA, Mr Alpha Konare Chairperson of the AU Commission and Mrs Zanele Mbeki at the launch of the 2010 logo in Berlin, Germany.

 

 

The new logo for 2010 Soccer World Cup launched in Berlin, Germany.
 
President Thabo Mbeki with Dr Angela Merkel, Chancellor of the Federal Republic of Germany at a Press Conference in Berlin.
 
President Thabo Mbeki with Mr Sepp Blatter during a meeting after the signing ceremony of the FIFA-European Union Agreement in Berlin, Germany.
 
President Thabo Mbeki and Mrs Zanele Mbeki with Mrs Eva Luise Kohler and Professor Horst Kohler, President of the Federal Republic of Germany. President Thabo Mbeki had discussions with President Kohler in Berlin.

 

 

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