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Press Statement
Richard Boucher, Spokesman
Washington, DC
March 9, 2005


Secretary's Travel to South Asia and East Asia

Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice will travel to South Asia and East Asia from March 14-21, 2005. During this time she will visit India, Pakistan, Afghanistan, Japan, Korea, and China. In South Asia, the Secretary will highlight positive momentum in the region, including our transformed relationship with India, our continuing commitment to Afghanistan’s reconstruction and our long-term engagement with Pakistan. On her visit to East Asian nations she will discuss our global and regional cooperation, such as the actions we are taking together to support democracy in Iraq and Afghanistan. In addition, she will review with our partners our diplomatic efforts to convene the next round of Six Party Talks.

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