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    deliver a speech to/for/before

    Could anybody help me in finding the right preposition for the indicated case?
    "President Serzh Sargsyan delivers a speech to the servicemen participating in the "Unity-2014" military exercises."

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    Re: deliver a speech to/for/before

    'The king delivered a televised speech to the nation on Nov 5.'── quoted from http://www.ldoceonline.com/dictionary/deliver

    Not a teacher.

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    Re: deliver a speech to/for/before

    "To the" works fine.

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