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Assistant Secretary Rocca's Travel to India

Assistant Secretary for South Asian Affairs Christina Rocca arrived on September 9 on a week-long visit reportedly in a bid to persuade leaders in New Delhi about the need to send troops to Iraq since India hesitant and unwilling to do so without the explicit mandate of the United Nations.

While in the country, Assistant Secretary Rocca will meet senior Indian officials during the stay and hold discussions on a host of bilateral, regional and international issues of mutual concern.

Assistant Secretary Rocca's Remarks
09/11/2003: The United States and India: Moving Forward in Global Partnership


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