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Secretary Rice Meets With Sudanese


Washington, DC
July 24, 2006

Secretary Rice stands with the Sudanese delegation [State Department Photo 7/2006].

From left to right, as pictured: SPLM Representative to the United States of America Mr. Ezekeil Gatkuoth; Government of Southern Sudan Minister for Culture, Youth and Sports John Luk Jok; Sudanese First Vice President Salva Kirr Mayardit; Secretary Rice; Government of Southern Sudan Presidential Advisor for Gender and Human Rights Awut Deng Acuil; (background) Sudanese Government of National Unity State Minister for International Cooperation Dr. Barnaba Marial Benjamin; (foreground) SPLM Secretary General Pagan Amum; Government of Southern Sudan Minister for Parliamentary Affairs Gabriel Changson Chang; and Government of Southern Sudan Minister for Legal Affairs and Constitutional Development Michael Makuei.


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