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Vice President Cheney: Travel to Japan, Australia and Guam

The Vice President traveled to Japan and Australia during the week of February 19. He met with Prime Minister Shinzo Abe and Prime Minister John Howard to discuss issues of mutual interest including Asian security and the global war on terror. The President has asked the Vice President to thank these two allies for their efforts in Iraq and Afghanistan. In this regard, the Vice President will also thank the Japanese and Australian forces.

In addition, the Vice President visited with U.S. troops stationed overseas in Guam.

Remarks by the Vice President
--02/24/07  Vice President's Remarks with Australian Prime Minister John Howard
--02/23/07  Vice President's Remarks to the Australian-American Leadership Dialogue
--02/23/07  Interview of the Vice President by Greg Sheridan, the Australian
--02/23/07  Interview of the Vice President by Jonathan Karl, ABC News
--02/23/07  Vice President's Remarks at a Breakfast Meeting of the Australian-American Leadership Dialogue
--02/23/07  Vice President's Remarks with Australian Minister of Defense Brendan Nelson with Australian Defence Force Personnel
--02/22/07  Vice President's Remarks in a Greeting with the Family of a North Korean Abductee
--02/21/07  Vice President's Remarks With Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe to the Traveling Press
--02/21/07  Vice President's Remarks at a Rally for the Troops
--02/21/07  Vice President's Remarks After a Meeting With Senior United States and Japanese Military Personnel
--02/21/07  Interview of the Vice President by Jonathan Karl, ABC News


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