Bill Clinton in Londonderry and Belfast visits

President Bill Clinton on his last visit to Queen's University in 2001.

President Bill Clinton on his last visit to Queen's University in 2001.

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Former US president Bill Clinton has stressed the economic importance of developing a new generation of leaders in Northern Ireland ahead of his latest visit to the region.

Mr Clinton will tonight officially open a new leadership institute at Queen’s University in Belfast that carries his name.

Before delivering the inaugural William J Clinton leadership lecture at the university, the 67-year-old American statesman will meet with Stormont First Minister Peter Robinson and Deputy First Minister Martin McGuinness to discuss current challenges facing the power-sharing institutions.

 

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