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Bureau of South and Central Asian Affairs
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2007
  

2007

--03/19/08  Bangladesh: Paving the Way for Parliamentary Elections
--02/19/08  U.S. Contact with Pakistan's Major Political Leaders
--12/31/07  U.S. Congratulates the Kingdom of Bhutan on Historic Elections
--12/21/07  Suicide Attack at Sherpao Mosque in Pakistan
--12/20/07  The Kyrgyz Republic's December 16 Parliamentary Elections
--12/11/07  Public-Private Partnership for Justice Reform in Afghanistan
--11/07/07  Assistance to Pakistan in 2008 (Taken Question)
--11/03/07  Pakistan
--11/03/07  Remarks on Pakistan; Secretary Condoleezza Rice; En Route Tel Aviv, Israel
--10/26/07  Assistant Secretary Ellen R. Sauerbrey Traveling to Nepal, Bhutan and India
--10/22/07  Government of Sri Lanka's Reaction to High Commissioner Arbour's Visit
--10/18/07  Blasts in Karachi
--10/04/07  Under Secretary of State for Political Affairs R. Nicholas Burns Meeting with Sri Lankan Foreign Minister Bogollagama
--09/30/07  U.S.-Kyrgyz Republic Cooperation Program for Combating Nuclear Smuggling
--09/28/07  U.S.-Kyrgyz Statement on Comprehensive Policy Dialogue
--09/12/07  New Funding Announced: U.S. Contributes $24 Million for Relief of Refugees and Displaced Persons in the Middle East and Sri Lanka
--09/05/07  Deputy Secretary of State John D. Negroponte to Visit Afghanistan and Pakistan
--08/26/07  Terrorist Attacks in Hyderabad, India
--08/07/07  Afghanistan: Strategic Options Paper
--08/03/07  U.S. and India Release Text of 123 Agreement
--08/01/07  Special Press Briefing on Afghanistan
--07/27/07  Conclusion of Negotiations with India on a Bilateral Agreement for Peaceful Nuclear Cooperation
--07/27/07  United States and India Complete Civil Nuclear Negotiations; Statement by Secretary Condoleezza Rice; Washington, DC
--07/20/07  Under Secretary for Democracy and Global Affairs Leads U.S. Delegation to Afghanistan for U.S.-Afghan Women's Council Meeting
--07/19/07  Assistant Secretary of State for South and Central Asian Affairs Richard Boucher Hosts Regional Economic Integration Meeting
--07/14/07  Upcoming Visit of Senior Indian Officials
--07/12/07  To the Jamestown Foundation: Inaccurate Reporting on Kyrgyz-U.S. Relations
--06/15/07  Deputy Secretary of State John D. Negroponte to Visit Pakistan
--06/12/07  Assistant Secretary Richard Boucher's Travel (Taken Question)
--06/12/07  Global Initiative to Combat Nuclear Terrorism: Joint Statement
--05/31/07  Chile, Croatia, Iceland, Madagascar, Norway, Republic of Korea, Switzerland, and Turkmenistan Endorse the U.S.-Russia-led Global Initiative to Combat Nuclear Terrorism Partners to Meet in Kazakhstan in June
--05/30/07  Taken Question at May 30, 2007 Daily Press Briefing: Bangladesh
--05/21/07  Iranian Expulsion of Afghan Migrants
--05/14/07  Israel, Afghanistan and Sri Lanka Join Global Initiative to Combat Nuclear Terrorism
--05/02/07  Conviction of Umida Niyazova
--05/01/07  State Department Officials Meet with Indian Foreign Secretary Menon
--04/30/07  India (Taken Question)
--04/20/07  Kyrgyz Republic: Interference with Independent Media
--03/28/07  Italy: Reaction to Italian Parliament Vote to Continue Funding for Afghanistan
--03/15/07  U.S. Government and U.S. University and College Presidents Join to Promote U.S. Higher Education in India
--02/20/07  Terrorist Attack in Panipat, India
--02/12/07  The United States Holds First Science and Technology Joint Committee Meeting with the Islamic Republic of Pakistan
--01/18/07  U.S. Visit to Turkmenistan

  
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