At the UN conference on climate will arrive 150 high-level guests, which the organizers will need to place, and to work out a scheme of their Seating arrangement at a formal dinner.
It is expected that the Russian President Vladimir Putin and American favorite Barack Obama will sit at a distance from each other to avoid possible contradictions.
In the suburbs of Paris Le Bourget reveals the UN conference on the dilemmas of climate change, which will bring together about 150 heads of state and government from around the world. Practice shows, the headlines will focus on the communication of politicians during the gala dinner.
It is anticipated that 15 major world favorites will meet at the same table. Prior to the initiators there is a discrepancy as to seat the politicians so that they could in a relaxed setting to discuss joint issues. Correspondents Le Parisien has become known, the earlier scheme of Seating of guests.
Center as head of the host powers will sit the President of France Francois Hollande. At the right hand of him are UN Secretary-General ban Ki-moon, then - Chinese President XI Jinping. Next to the Chinese leader should sit the President of Russia Vladimir Putin - the initiators believe that 2 heads would be something to discuss at dinner.
Us President Barack Obama will be placed on the other side of the table, to the right of the head of South Africa Jacob Zuma and to the left of the German Chancellor Angela Merkel. Merkel will sit next to Hollande that will also allow them to discuss common issues. Experts expect that ban Ki-moon may attempt to strike up a conversation with XI Jinping, if he is not "excessively discussing projects for the redivision of the world with Vladimir Putin".
Presents a Seating chart world favorites at the dinner table is not final. And yet, the proponents emphasize, what he had to do diplomatic etiquette and to take into account the current geopolitical situation. Namely, according to their statement, should not be next Prime Minister of Israel and head of Iran, the presidents of Russia and Ukraine.
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