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Deputy Secretary Zoellick to Travel to Belgium and France March 7-10 to Consult With European, African Leaders on Sudan and Darfur

Secretary-General of the EU Javier Solana, center, smiles while Deputy Secretary Zoellick, right, greets the African Union Chairman Alpha Oumar Konare, left in Brussels on March 8, 2006.  [ AP/WWP]U.S. Deputy Secretary of State Robert B. Zoellick traveled March 7-10 to Brussels, Belgium and Paris, France to consult with European and African leaders on ways to provide humanitarian and security support to ease the suffering of millions of people in Darfur and Eastern Chad, to strengthen the implementation of the landmark Comprehensive Peace Agreement (CPA) between North and South Sudan, and to bolster international efforts aimed at bringing peace and stability throughout Sudan.

Trip Press Release

Remarks by Deputy Secretary Zoellick
03/09/06  Press Availability at the Sudan Consortium Conference
03/08/06  Strengthening Peace Efforts in Sudan


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