Henry Kissinger to Oslo

Henry KissingerHenry Kissinger, former U.S. Secretary of State.Photo:REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth (SWITZERLAND) / SCANPIX

The former US Secretary of State Henry Kissinger (93) is coming to Oslo on Sunday to participate in a debate forum organized by the Nobel Institute.

Kissinger received the Nobel Peace Prize in 1973 for his role in negotiating a ceasefire agreement during the Vietnam War, but never came to Oslo to collect the price.
On Sunday he will be in Oslo to discuss what the change of president in the United States will mean for peace and security in the world, stated the newspaper Dagbladet.
The Nobel Peace Prize Debate Forum in Oslo is organized by the Nobel Institute and the University of Oslo.
Kissinger received the award together with North Vietnam’s Foreign Minister Le Duc Tho, but this was controversial as the US Secretary of State also helped to escalate the war.
Source: NTB scanpix / Norway Today

1 Comment on "Henry Kissinger to Oslo"

  1. Henry did not allow himself to be drawn into Election 2016 and has since approvingly said Trump is his own man.

    Henry re-earned his Nobel Peace Prize by blowing the whistle on Rambouillet Appendix B – 31May99 Newsweek, New World Disorder – and stopping our/NATO’s Kosovo war of aggression.

    He also convened a panel of Chinese and other South China Sea neighbors a few years ago, to get them talking instead of going to war.

    He is a great American who helped the Country through some critically difficult times, even if he made some mistakes.

    I had Daddy Duty on the 10th, and I am sorry I couldn’t make his talk.

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