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Selected Remarks by former Assistant Secretary Burns
  

Selected Remarks by former Assistant Secretary Burns

--02/16/05  Death of Former Prime Minister of Lebanon; William J. Burns, Assistant Secretary for Near Eastern Affairs; Statement at Foreign Affairs Ministry; Beirut, Lebanon
--02/16/05  Press Conference Following Meeting With Patriarch Mar Nasrallah Boutros Sfeir; William J. Burns, Assistant Secretary for Near Eastern Affairs; Bkerki, Lebanon
--11/12/03  The Transatlantic Community: Helping Build Peace, Prosperity, and Security in the Greater Middle East; William J. Burns, Assistant Secretary for Near Eastern Affairs; Remarks to "The Marshall Legacy: The Role of the Transatlantic Community in Building Peace and Security" Conference; Washington, DC
--09/29/03  Renewing Hope: An American Policy Agenda for the Near East; William J. Burns, Assistant Secretary for Near Eastern Affairs; Remarks to the U.S.-Arab Economic Forum; Detroit, Michigan
--05/16/03  Democratic Change and American Policy in the Middle East; William J. Burns, Assistant Secretary for the Bureau of Near Eastern Affairs; Remarks to the Center for the Study of Islam and Democracy, Fourth Annual Conference; Washington, DC
--12/09/02  Assistant Secretary Burns' Press Conference in Rabat, Morocco; Ambassador William Burns, Assistant Secretary for the Bureau of Near Eastern Affairs; Press Conference; Rabat, Morocco
--11/08/02  Rebuilding Hope: American Middle East Policy in the Years Ahead; William J. Burns, Assistant Secretary for the Bureau of Near Eastern Affairs; Remarks to the Baltimore Council on Foreign Affairs; Baltimore, Maryland

  
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