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President Bush's Travel to Europe

President George W. Bush greets fellow leaders and audience members during his address at Concert Noble Ballroom in Brussels, Belgium, Monday, Feb. 21, 2005.President Bush visits Europe to meet with European leaders. He has stressed his desire to reach out to friends and allies in the EU and NATO to promote development and progress, to defeat terrorism, and to encourage freedom and democracy as alternatives to tyranny and terror. After his re-election, the President announced his desire to travel to Europe soon after the inauguration to deepen transatlantic cooperation, building upon our shared values. This visit follows through on his determination that the United States and Europe work together on the many common challenges we face. [more from the White House; photos: 1, 2, 3, 4]


Remarks by President Bush
President George W. Bush speaks at Concert Noble Ballroom in Brussels, Belgium, Monday, Feb. 21, 2005.--02/24/05:  President and President Putin Discuss Strong U.S.-Russian Partnership
--02/24/05:  President Addresses and Thanks Citizens of Slovakia
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02/24/05:  President and Slovakian Prime Minister Dzurinda Discuss Policy
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02/23/05:  President Bush and Chancellor Schröder Discuss Partnership
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02/23/05:  President Bush and German Chancellor Schröder Exchange Toasts
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02/23/05:  President Bush Speaks with Young Professionals in Germany
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02/23/05:  President Thanks U.S. Troops at Wiesbaden Army Airfield Base
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02/22/05:  President Meets with EU Leaders
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02/22/05:  President and Prime Minister Blair Discuss Iraq, NATO
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02/22/05:  President and Secretary General de Hoop Scheffer Discuss NATO Meeting 
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02/21/05:  President Discusses American and European Alliance in Belgium
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02/21/05:  President and President Chirac Discuss Common Values, Vision

Other Releases
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02/24/05:  Joint Statement by President Bush and President Putin on Nuclear Security Cooperation
--02/24/05:  Joint Statement by President Bush and President Putin on Russia's Accession to WTO
--02/24/05:  Joint Statement by President Bush and President Putin on U.S.-Russian Energy Cooperation
--02/23/05:  U.S.-German Joint Actions on Cleaner and More Efficient Energy, Development and Climate Change
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02/22/05:  Joint Statement by the United States and the European Union: Announcement on Iraq Conference
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02/21/05:  Joint Statement by President Bush and President Chirac on Lebanon

Fact Sheets
Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice and President George W. Bush attend the NATO summit in Brussels, Belgium, Tuesday, Feb. 22, 2005.--02/24/05:  
U.S.-Russia Joint Fact Sheet: Bratislava Initiatives
--02/24/05:  U.S.-Russia Arrangement on Cooperation in Enhancing Control of Man-Portable Air Defense Systems (MANPADS)
--02/23/05:  U.S.-EU Cooperation on Development
--02/17/05:  Turning the Tide Against HIV/AIDS
--02/17/05:  U.S.-EU Cooperation in Afghanistan
--02/17/05:  U.S.-EU Cooperation in Education: The Fulbright Program
--02/17/05:  U.S.-EU Cooperation in Science and Technology
--02/17/05:  U.S.-EU Cooperation in the Balkans
--02/17/05:  U.S.-EU Cooperation in the Broader Middle East
--02/17/05:  U.S.-EU Cooperation on African Crises
--02/17/05:  U.S.-EU Cooperation on Counterterrorism
--02/17/05:  U.S.-EU Cooperation on Human Rights
--02/17/05:  U.S.-EU Cooperation on Information Technology
--02/17/05:  U.S.-EU Cooperation on Iraq
--02/17/05:  U.S.-EU Cooperation on Reform in Eurasia
--02/17/05:  U.S.-EU Cooperation on the Middle East Peace Process
--02/17/05:  U.S.-EU Cooperation on the Nonproliferation of Weapons of Mass Destruction
--02/17/05:  U.S.-EU Foreign Policy Cooperation
--02/17/05:  U.S.-EU Regulatory Cooperation


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