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Group Photo of the G-8 Foreign Ministers


Moscow, Russia
June 29, 2006

Group Photo of the G-8 Foreign Ministers in Moscow, Russia. The foreign ministers' discussions are part of the preparations for the G-8 summit in St. Petersburg in July, which will focus on cooperation in the areas of energy security, infectious diseases and education. State Department photo

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  Group Photo of the G-8 Foreign Ministers in Moscow, Russia. The foreign ministers' discussions are part of the preparations for the G-8 summit in St. Petersburg in July, which will focus on cooperation in the areas of energy security, infectious diseases and education. [State Department photo]


Released on June 29, 2006

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