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Notice to the Press
Office of the Spokesman
Washington, DC
April 1, 2003


Secretary Powell to Visit Serbia and Montenegro

Secretary of State Colin L. Powell will travel April 2 to Belgrade, Serbia and Montenegro as part of his current trip to Europe.

While there, the Secretary will discuss local and regional issues with the President of Serbia and Montenegro, Svetozar Marovic; the new Prime Minister of Serbia, Zoran Zivkovic; and other officials. He will also call on the widow of slain Prime Minister Zoran Djindjic to express his condolences.

The Secretary’s visit will be an opportunity to underscore our strong commitments to Serbia and Montenegro’s fight against the nexus of organized crime, war criminals and political extremism; its efforts to overcome obstacles to integration with Euro-Atlantic institutions; and the region’s long-term stability and economic growth.

Released on April 1, 2003

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