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Secretary Rice Votes on UN Security Council Resolution


UN Headquarters
New York City
October 31, 2005

Secretary Rice casts her vote in a unanimous Security Council vote to adopt a resolution 1636 demanding Syria's full cooperation with a U.N. investigation into the assassination of Lebanon's former prime minister Rafik Hariri. Ambassador John Bolton, the U.S. Permanent Representative to the UN is behind the Secretary. AP/Wide World Photo. [Remarks]

Secretary Rice casts her vote in a unanimous Security Council vote to adopt a resolution 1636 demanding Syria's full cooperation with a U.N. investigation into the assassination of Lebanon's former prime minister Rafik Hariri. Ambassador John Bolton, the U.S. Permanent Representative to the UN is behind the Secretary.  AP/Wide World Photo


Released on October 31, 2005

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