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--04/02/04  Press Briefing En Route to Washington; Secretary Colin L. Powell; Washington, DC
--04/02/04  Press Briefing at Luns Theater at NATO Headquarters ; Secretary Colin L. Powell; Brussels, Belgium
--04/01/04  Interview with Reporters from the Seven New NATO Member Nations; Secretary Colin L. Powell; Brussels, Belgium
--04/01/04  Pakistan: Major Non-NATO Ally Status
--04/01/04  Remarks at Ceremony Awarding Major Non-NATO Ally Status to Kuwait; Richard L. Armitage, Deputy Secretary of State; The Pentagon
--04/01/04  Remarks with Students at Max Planck School; Secretary Colin L. Powell; Max Planck School Gymnasium; Berlin, Germany
--03/30/04  On-The-Record Briefing: NATO Enlargement; Robert Bradtke, Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for European and Eurasian Affairs; Remarks at Special Briefing; Washington, DC
--03/29/04  Remarks at the North Atlantic Treaty Organization Accession Lunch; Secretary Colin L. Powell; Department of the Treasury; Washington, DC
--03/29/04  On-the-Record Briefing on NATO Enlargement by Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for European and Eurasian Affairs Robert Bradtke
--03/29/04  President Bush Welcomes Seven Nations to the NATO Alliance; President George W. Bush; The South Lawn; Washington, DC
--03/29/04  Seven Nations Join North Atlantic Treaty Organization [PDF]
--03/26/04  Secretary of State Colin L. Powell to Host The North Atlantic Treaty Organization Accession Lunch
--03/23/04  Statement on Ceremony to Mark the Enlargement of NATO

  
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