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Travel to Ireland, Turkey, Sudan, and Indonesia

June 26, 2004 to July 2, 2004

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  Colin L. Powell

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Secretary Powell accompanied the President to the U.S.-EU Summit in Ireland at Dromoland Castle on June 26 and the NATO Summit in Istanbul, Turkey on June 28 and 29.

Secretary Powell toured the Abu Shouk Camp where he met with the relief workers who are there, with members of the cease-fire commission, and with the many people and groups who have been displaced by the fighting and the other hardships that they've had to endure there.The Secretary visited Khartoum,  Sudan June 29 and 30 to meet with government leaders.  In Darfur he met with relief workers, with members of the cease-fire commission, and with the many people and groups who have been displaced by the fighting and other hardships.  [Photo Gallery from Sudan visit]


Secretary Powell is interviewed by students from Indonesia on July 2, 2004 and Televised by RTCI Television with Host Yulia Supadmo.  [State Department Photo] Following the two summits and Sudan visit, Secretary Powell traveled to Jakarta, Indonesia for the ASEAN Regional Forum Ministerial and ASEAN Post-Ministerial meetings for discussions on regional and transnational issues of mutual concern.  He also met with student leaders from Indonesia. [Photo Gallery from Indonesia visit]


Remarks by the Secretary
07/02/2004:   Remarks With Indonesian Students Televised By RTCI Televison With Host Yulia Supadmo; Mulia Hotel; Jakarta, Indonesia
:   Remarks to the Press Following a Discussion With Indonesian Youths on RCTI Television ; Jakarta, Indonesia
07/01/2004:  Remarks with ASEAN Post-Ministerial Conference Ministers
07/01/2004:  Remarks at the U.S.-ASEAN Meeting
06/30/2004:  Remarks with Foreign Minister Ismail of Sudan at Airport
06/30/2004:  Remarks After Tour of the Abu Shouk Camp
06/30/2004:  Remarks en Route Khartoum From Darfur 
06/30/2004:  Interview on CNN with Jeff Koinange
06/30/2004:  Interview on National Public Radio with Michele Norris
06/29/2004:  Remarks with Foreign Minister Ismail of Sudan
06/29/2004:  Remarks to the Press en Route Khartoum
06/27/2004:  Interview on CBS' Face the Nation with Bob Schieffer and Doyle McManus
06/27/2004:  Interview on CNN's Late Edition with Wolf Blitzer
06/26/2004:  Remarks at the Signing of the Galileo Treaty

Remarks by President Bush
06/29/2004:  President Directs Secretary Powell to Travel to Sudan
06/29/2004:  President Departs Turkey
06/29/2004:  Remarks at Galatasary University in Turkey 
Left to right: President Bush, Defense Secretary Rumsfeld, Permanent Represnetative to NATO Ambassador R. Nicholas Burns, and Secretary Powell at the North Atlantic Council meeting at the level of Heads of State and Governement. NATO Photo06/28/2004:  Remarks with Prime Minister Blair on Transfer of Iraqi Sovereignty
:  Remarks with NATO Secretary General Jaap de Hoop Scheffer
06/27/2004:  Remarks with Prime Minister Tayyip Erdogan of Turkey
06/26/2004:  Remarks with Prime Minister of Ireland Bertie Ahern and European Commission President Prodi

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