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Taken Questions
Office of the Spokesman
Washington, DC
June 7, 2002
Question Taken at June 6, 2002 Daily Press Briefing

Trafficking in Persons: International Reaction to Annual Report (Taken Question)

Question: Has the Department received demarches from foreign governments protesting the characterizations in the TIP report?

Answer: There have been no specific demarches. The Office to Monitor and Combat Trafficking in Persons meets throughout the year with foreign government representatives to discuss the Trafficking in Persons Report and provide information on anti-trafficking activities. We will continue to invite governments to meet with us. Our embassies abroad were tasked with meeting with host government officials to discuss this year's report.


Released on June 7, 2002

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