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Ambassador: Richard G. Olson
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In Focus: Peace in the Middle East

U.S.-U.A.E. Sign Peaceful Nuclear Cooperation Agreement
Date: 01/15/2009 Location: Washington, DC Description: Secretary Rice, right, shakes hands with United Arab Emirates Minister of Foreign Affairs Sheikh Abdullah bin Zayed al Nahyan, left, after a signing an agreement on peaceful uses of nuclear energy at the State Department. © AP PhotoSecretary Rice (Jan. 15): "We’re here to sign this as a tangible expression of the U.S. desire for active cooperation with states in the Middle East and around the world to meet their energy needs in a manner that is consistent with the highest standards of safety, of security, and of nonproliferation." Full Text | Press release

 

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