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At 12:50 on March 9, 2011, Orsolya Sebok said…
Hi Mirjam, I can't attend the event but I am sure, that one of my colleagues would be happy to take part. Pls let me know the details if it's possible (location, time schedule, program).
At 14:25 on March 1, 2011, Eliana van de Craats Lima said…

Hi Mirjam, the conference room will be booked for eight hours as there are people from different parts of the world and we will have to separate them by time-zone. Please let me know what time would suit you better. We are starting as early as 8:30 in the morning until 17:30. Rgrds, Eliana 

At 13:47 on March 1, 2011, Eliana van de Craats Lima said…
Hoi Mirjam, ik ben blij dat u hier bent. Ik hoop dat u wil ook deelnemen aan de video-conferentie. Tot ziens, Eliana
At 2:16 on January 9, 2011, k.Baghistani said…

one of us maybe thinks and imaginate that he met some one before, even it never happened. but it happenes to be an event one day

is it right?

At 2:03 on January 9, 2011, k.Baghistani said…

so, it means that someone is very similar to you here:')!

are you in Berlin?

anyway, it is nice to be connected with you

best wishes

At 9:55 on January 8, 2011, Sumon Pramanik said…
I Am Sumon pramanik from bangladesh. Iam a repoter a national daily news paper. pls send your email address my email address. i will send same messages our professional issue. (uttsab@gmail.com)
At 1:36 on January 6, 2011, k.Baghistani said…

Hi collegue, i hope that you spended a nice holiday outside of EP where we met weekly, by accident.

happy 2011

best wishes


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