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Secretary Powell's Visit to Nicaragua


Managua, Nicaragua
November 3, 2003

Secretary Powell visited Nicaragua on November 3, 2003, for meetings with President Enrique Bolanos and other senior Nicaraguan government officials. Photos courtesy of U.S. Embassy Managua.

Secretary Powell, President Enrique Bolanos and Foreign Minister Norman Caldera walk down the red carpet at Managua airport.  Photo courtesy of U.S. Embassy Managua. Secretary Powell has dinner at the presidency with distinguished guests Foreign Minister Norman Caldera (to the Secretary's right), Minister of Defense Jose Adan Guerra, the President's personal aid Leandro Marín Abaunza and the Director of the National Bank Mario de Franco. Across the table, the Nicaraguan Minister of Finance Eduardo Montealegre, Assistant Secretary Roger Noriega, President Bolanos, Ambassador Moore and Minister of Economy Arana. Photo courtesy of U.S. Embassy Managua. Ambassador Barbara C. Moore with Secretary Powell and President Bolanos at the entrance of the presidency. Photo courtesy of U.S. Embassy Managua.

Foreign Minister Norman Caldera with President Enrique Bolanos and Secretary Powell in the president's office. Photo courtesy of U.S. Embassy Managua.

 


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