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Remarks with Serbian Prime Minister Zoran Zivkovic After Their Meeting

Secretary Colin L. Powell
C Street Entrance
Washington, DC
July 24, 2003

QUESTION: Mr. Secretary, how did it go?

SECRETARY POWELL: It went fine (inaudible). It's always a pleasure to welcome my colleagues from Serbia and Montenegro.

Would you like to say a word?

FOREIGN MINISTER ZIVKOVIC: Oh, in Serbian.

SECRETARY POWELL: Sure.

PRIME MINISTER ZIVKOVIC: (In Serbian.)

SECRETARY POWELL: I complimented the Prime Minister and the Foreign Minister on the work they have been doing to put in place solid reforms and the support they have been able to get from their people for these reforms in the aftermath of the assassination of Mr. Djindjic. And so I was very pleased to receive and get a report, and thank them for the solid cooperation that we're receiving from Serbia on the war against terrorism and other bilateral issues of mutual interest.

Thank you.

QUESTION: Are there any indications that --

SECRETARY POWELL: Thank you.



Released on July 24, 2003

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