Source Pravda.Ru

Russian Miss Universe arrives in Panama

Miss Universe-2002 Oksana Fyodorova has arrived in Panama on Tuesday.

She will participate in the ceremony of signing an agreement with the government of this Central-American country, under which Panama will be given the right to host the Miss Universe-2003 beauty contest.

The contest of the world's most beautiful women will coincide in time with the celebration of the centenary of Panama's independence and will be held in May 2003 in the Panama Canal Village ultramodern tourist centre which is now being built on the Pacific coast.

In Panama Oksana Fyodorova is expected to take part in the demonstration of a collection of haute-couture clothes together with the winners of beauty contests from 15 Latin-American countries.

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