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Remarks After Testimony to the Senate Foreign Relations Committee

Secretary Colin L. Powell
Dirksen Senate Office Building
Washington, DC
September 9, 2004

(12:30 p.m. EDT)

QUESTION: Could I have a second with you? I know you're going to need more money for the Sudan.

SECRETARY POWELL: Pardon?

QUESTION: I'm with Congressional Quarterly. I just wanted to check in with you. I know you guys are going to need more money for Sudan --

SECRETARY POWELL: I'm going to do what?

QUESTION: You're definitely going to need more money for Sudan. I'm wondering if you have any idea when you're going to be able to make that request from Congress.

SECRETARY POWELL: No, we've got funds now and we don't have an estimate. And I don't have an estimate for a time yet.

QUESTION: Do you think it will be before the end of the 108th?

SECRETARY POWELL: I can't -- I just told you, I don't have an estimate of the time yet.

QUESTION: Thank you very much.
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Released on September 9, 2004

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