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Travel to New York for International Reconstruction Conference on Liberia

February 6, 2004 to February 7, 2004

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Secretary Powell traveled to New York City on February 6 to lead the United States delegation to the International Reconstruction Conference on Liberia.

Secretary Powell with UN Secretary General Kofi Annan at the International Reconstruction Conference on Liberia. The 2-day conference, hosted by the United Nations, the World Bank and the United States, along with the National Transitional Government of Liberia, provided a forum for the international community to consider how best to promote political, economic and social recovery in Liberia. It also provided an opportunity for those international supporters to pledge financial and in-kind support to help in Liberia’s recovery and reconstruction from conflict.

Remarks by the Secretary
02/06/2004: Roundtable on African Issues
02/06/2004: Remarks after Conference
02/06/2004: Remarks at the Conference

Other Remarks

02/03/2004: On-The-Record Special Briefing on Liberia by USAID Administrator Natsios

02/06/2004: Secretary Powell with French Foreign Minister de Villepin

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