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Mr Blair has represented the so-called Quartet of powers, which consists of the UN, the US, the EU and Russia, for eight years.
He took on the role immediately after resigning as Prime Minister and MP for Sedgefield in June 2007. He will leave the post next month.
The former Prime Minister Tony Blair was back in the North East celebrating the sixth anniversary of the foundation he launched on stepping down.
It helps recruit volunteer sports coaches, to get more children and young people into new sports. And he couldn't resist joining in.
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Tony Blair is on Tyneside to visit a sport complex in Gosforth which has benefitted his from foundation.
He met with volunteer coaches at Newcastle Cricket Centre.
Tony Blair listening to volunteer sports coaches at Newcastle Cricket Centre in Gosforth, which has benefitted from money from the Tony Blair Sports Foundation.
Former Prime Minister, Tony Blair, is meeting volunteers at his Sports Foundation to celebrate the charity's six years.
Tony Blair is in the North East to celebrate six years of opening up grassroots sports to people in the region. He is meeting coaches and volunteers who have been trained with support from the charity.