Boris Berezovsky's Speech at the Kennan Institute Postponed
The Kennan Institute announces that Boris Berezovsky's speech at the Kennan Institute scheduled for December 10, 2003 at 3:30 p.m. will be postponed due to a delay in Mr. Berezovsky's visa to enter the United States.
The speech will be rescheduled when Mr. Berezovsky next travels to the United States.
What: "A Perspective on the Current Political Situation in Russia"
Who: Boris Berezovsky, Chairman, Foundation for Civil Liberties
When: POSTPONED—TO BE RESCHEDULED
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