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Miloš Koterec

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Miloš Koterec

Miloš Koterec (born on 11 October 1962 in Partizánske) is a career diplomat from Slovakia. He was sent to the Permanent Mission of Slovakia to the U.N. from '95-'99. He then went on to work at the Permanent Mission to NATO for Slovakia in 2001. In 2005 he was elected as an MEP for Slovakia.

In 2009 he was appointed as the Permanent Representative to the U.N. for Slovakia.

He has received the Gold Polish Army Medal in 2012.

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Miloš Koterec is now serving as president of the economic and social council of the United nations, he became president on the tenth of January 2012

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