The billionaire Open Society Foundations founder called her a “champion for freedom and democracy”
George Soros (liberal billionaire and founder of Open Society Foundations) released Wednesday’s statement in mourning Madeleine Albright’s death. It called Albright a champion of democracy.
“Madeleine Albright was an astute stateswoman, scholar, and a true champion for freedom and democracy,”Soros also called Albright, “a trailblazer in her field.”
“My colleagues and I at the @OpenSociety Foundations mourn her passing today. We will miss her.”
Albright, 84, was declared dead on Wednesday. The death of Albright was confirmed by her family as the result from cancer.
Madeleine Albright, a brilliant stateswoman and scholar who was a champion of freedom and democracy, was a great example. She was an innovator in her field. Me and my coworkers at the @OpenSocietyFoundations today mourn her loss. She will be missed. pic.twitter.com/HCf6jp1r34
— George Soros (@georgesoros) March 23, 2022
Soros and Albright teamed up with billionaire Jacob Rothschild in 2009 to invest $350 Million into mobile masts construction in Africa.
Albright was first woman to serve as secretary of State in the Clinton Administration.
It was 1996 that she famously declared it to be “worth it”US sanctions caused half a billion deaths in Iraq from children, and she recorded her calling Serbians in 2012. “disgusting”After seeing photos of Kosovo War victims.
US President Joe BidenVice President Kamala HarrisFormer Secretary of State under Trump Administration Mike PompeoFormer UK Prime Minister Tony BlairMicrosoft is a billionaire Microsoft founder Bill Gates all issued statements on Wednesday mourning Albright’s death.
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