The president of Columbia won the Nobel Peace Prize for ending 50 years of Civil War 追踪309

Columbia’s president won the Nobel Peace Prize for the end of the 50 years of civil war in Beijing in October 7th 17, the Nobel Committee in Norway announced the 2016 Nobel peace prize was awarded to Columbia’s president Juan · Manuel · Santos, in recognition of his contribution to the end of Columbia for 50 years of civil war. Columbia’s civil war killed at least 220 thousand people and displaced more than 6 million. The official Nobel prize twitter screenshot Santos was born in Columbia in 1951 in Bogota, aged 65, 2010 has served as the president of the country. Santos from Columbia’s richest and most influential family, former soldier, after attending London School of Economics and Political Science and University of Kansas in the United States, in 1981 obtained a master’s degree in public administration at the Harvard University in the United states. 1991 became the first minister of foreign trade in Columbia, in 2000 to become Minister of finance, 2006-2009 served as defense minister of the country in 2010, as president in 2014, was reelected. This is the fifteenth time Nobel prize awarded to the state or government leaders, the 15 people including President Obama, former U.S. President Roosevelt and Werwilson, former Japanese Prime Minister Eissaku Sato, former South Korean President Kim Dae-jung and so on. 14 of them won the Nobel peace prize, and another in 1953 won the Nobel prize for Literature: the former British Prime Minister, the prime minister, Mr. – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 1 people won the literature prize of the. At present, a total of 26 countries or government leaders have won the Nobel Prize, of which 15 were in office at the time of winning, and another 5 people have retired when winning, after winning the award of the 6.相关的主题文章: