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Deputy Secretary Zoellick with Rebecca Garang, Sudanese Minister of Roads and Transport


Washington, DC
February 2, 2006

On February 1 at he State Department, Deputy Secretary Zoellick had a meeting with Rebecca Garang, Minister of Roads and Transport of the New National Unity Government of the Republic of Sudan.  Click on images for larger versions, captions, and photo credits.

02/01/2006 -- Remarks by Deputy Secretary Secretary and Minister Rebecca Garang, Minister of Roads and Transport of the New National Unity Government of the Republic of Sudan

Deputy Secretary Zoellick greeting Rebecca Garang, Sudanese Minister of Roads. [State Department photo]
Deputy Secretary Zoellick greeting Rebecca Garang, Sudanese Minister of Roads.
Deputy Secretary Zoellick and Minister Garang speaking to the press. [State Department photo]
Deputy Secretary Zoellick and Minister Garang speaking to the press.
Deputy Secretary Zoellick and Minister Garang speaking to the press. [State Department photo]
Deputy Secretary Zoellick and Minister Garang hold their meeting.


Released on February 2, 2006

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