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Remarks Following Meeting With Indian Deputy Prime Minister Advani

Secretary Colin L. Powell
New Delhi, India
July 28, 2002

QUESTION: Did you mention to the Deputy Prime Minister Kashmir and the international focus?

SECRETARY POWELL: Yes, we discussed Kashmir. We discussed the line of control. We discussed the need for free and fair elections with freedom for international visitors to go and observe.

QUESTION: What was his response? Was it positive?

SECRETARY POWELL: Yes.

QUESTION: Yes? (inaudible) will allow international observers?

SECRETARY POWELL: Yes, I think the same thing. The same thing, for people to be able to look and see what’s going on (inaudible) for people to be able to go and see what’s going on



Released on August 28, 2002

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