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2002

--12/23/02  Reconstruction and Rebuilding Efforts in Afghanistan; Andrew S. Natsios, USAID Administrator; On-The-Record Briefing; Washington, DC
--12/06/02  Commitment to the People of Afghanistan; Richard S. Williamson, U.S. Alternate Representative to the United Nations; Statement During the Fifty-seventh Session of the UN General Assembly, in Plenary Session; New York, New York
--11/10/02  Inaugural Ceremony of the Reconstruction of the Kabul-Qandahar-Herat Highway; Robert P. Finn, Ambassador to Afghanistan; Kabul, Afghanistan
--11/07/02  Providing Protection and Assistance to Refugees; Arthur E. Dewey, Assistant Secretary for Population, Refugees, and Migration; Statement Before the Fifty-seventh Session of the UN General Assembly, in the Third Committee; New York, New York
--10/18/02  U.S. Assistance to Afghanistan; Andrew S. Natsios, Administrator, U.S. Agency for International Development; Remarks to American Enterprise Institute; Washington, DC
--10/09/02  Making Reconstruction Work in Afghanistan; John B. Taylor, Under Secretary of Treasury for International Affairs; Remarks at the Council on Foreign Relations; Washington, DC
--10/08/02  Launch Health Programs and Partnerships in Afghanistan; Tommy Thompson, Health and Human Services Secretary; Kabul, Afghanistan
--09/26/02  Opening Remarks to Afghan Reconstruction Steering Group; Secretary Colin L. Powell; World Bank Annex Auditorium; Washington, DC
--09/24/02  Remarks at the U.S.-Afghan Women's Council's "Women in Government" Reception; Secretary Colin L. Powell; Benjamin Franklin Room; Washington, DC
--09/18/02  Combating the Financing of Terrorism; Celina B. Realuyo, Policy Advisor, Counterterrorism Office; Remarks to Western Union International Compliance Conference; New York, New York
--08/29/02  Reconstruction And Humanitarian Efforts In Afghanistan; Arthur E. Dewey , Assistant Secretary Of State For Population, Refugees and Migration; Washington, DC
--07/25/02  Afghanistan-America Summit on Recovery and Reconstruction; Paula J. Dobriansky, Under Secretary of State for Global Affairs; Remarks to Afghanistan-America Summit on Recovery and Reconstruction, Georgetown University; Washington, DC
--07/19/02  The Situation in Afghanistan; John D. Negroponte, U.S. Permanent Representative to the United Nations; Statement in the UN Security Council; New York, New York
--06/17/02  The U.S. Role in Afghanistan: From Relief Efforts to the Treatment of Women; Paula J. Dobriansky, Under Secretary of State for Global Affairs; Remarks to tthe League of Women Voters 45th Biennial Convention; Miami, Florida
--02/08/02  Joint Statement by U.S.-Russia Working Group on Afghanistan
--01/28/02  Remarks at Afghan Embassy Flag-Raising Ceremony ; Richard Armitage, Deputy Secretary of State; Washington, DC
--01/25/02  Remarks with Afghan Interim Authority Foreign Minister Abdullah Abdullah after their Meeting; Secretary Colin L. Powell; Washington, DC
--01/21/02  Remarks At International Conference For Reconstruction Assistance To Afghanistan ; Secretary Colin L. Powell; Tokyo, Japan
--01/17/02  Interview by George Stephanopoulos of ABC's Good Morning America; Secretary Colin L. Powell; Kabul, Afghanistan
--01/17/02  Remarks at American Embassy in Kabul; Secretary Colin L. Powell; Kabul, Afghanistan
--01/17/02  Remarks with AIA Chairman Hamid Karzai; Secretary Colin L. Powell; Kabul, Afghanistan
--01/03/02  Special Press Briefing on Humanitarian Assistance to Afghanistan; Andrew S. Natsios, Administrator for the U.S. Agency for International Development; Washington, DC [audio]

  
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