My first mission — I was a young diplomat there — and I was looking into the UN budget, the UN management. I was assigned also to look at the legal aspect of working, treaty-making. I was also looking into or giving a glimpse into the effort to control nuclear weapons and other weapons of mass destruction. It was a variety of experience. I was an apprentice at that time, and that is usually very helpful because you don’t have the responsibility. You can just sit in the corner and look at what other people are doing, and learning by watching people doing, going around their job.