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Secretary Rice Visits School in Ukraine


Kyiv, Ukraine
April 1, 2008

On April 1, Secretary Rice spent 15 minutes getting to know the students at Kyiv Special English School 57 while waiting for President Bush to arrive for a PEPFAR event. One of the students presented the Secretary with a school pin. Afterwards the children reported that the Secretary talked about her early interest in music and how her career developed in ways that were unexpected. She encouraged the students to be open to all opportunities. White House photo

--03/31/08 Secretary Rice: Travel With President Bush to Attend NATO Summit, March 31-April 4, 2008

Secretary Rice arrived early at one of his stops, a Pepfar event at school 57, and had a chance to mingle with the students of the school before the event. White House photoSecretary Rice arrived early at one of his stops, a Pepfar event at school 57, and had a chance to mingle with the students of the school before the event. White House photo

Secretary Rice arrived early at one of his stops, a Pepfar event at school 57, and had a chance to mingle with the students of the school before the event. White House photo


Released on April 1, 2008

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