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Secretary Powell's Visit to Panama


Panama City, Panama
November 3, 2003

Secretary Powell visited Panama on Monday, November 3, as President George W. Bush’s representative to the centennial celebration of Panamanian independence. In Panama Secretary Powell met with President Mireya Elisa Moscoso. Photos courtesy of U.S. Embassy Panama.

Secretary Powell greeted by Vice President Kaiser Bazan and Panamanian Ambassador to the U.S. Alfaro. Photo courtesy of U.S. Embassy Panama. Secretary Powell escorted by Foreign Minister Harmodio Arias and Ambassador Roberto Zuniga from the Presidential Palace to Independence Plaza. Photo courtesy of U.S. Embassy Panama. Group photo of Heads of State lunch. Secretary Powell is seated next to President of El Salvador Francisco Flores Perez. Photo courtesy of U.S. Embassy Panama. Secretary Powell attends Heads of State lunch, seated next to President of El Salvador Francisco Flores Perez.  Photo courtesy of U.S. Embassy Panama.
Secretary Powell and Foreign Minister Harmodio Arias of Panama answer questions from the press. Photo courtesy of U.S. Embassy Panama. Bilateral meeting with ,left to right,  Assistant Secretary Roger Noriega, U.S. Ambassador Linda Watt, interpreter, Secretary Powell and President Mireya Moscoso of Panama. Photo courtesy of U.S. Embassy Panama. Secretary Powells bilateral meeting with President Mireya.  Photo courtesy of U.S. Embassy Panama. Secretary Powell walking with President Mireya Moscoso and Foreign Minister Harmodio Arias from Independence Plaza to the Presidential Palace. Photo courtesy of U.S. Embassy Panama.

   
  


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