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Travel to East Asia

October 22, 2004 to October 26, 2004

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Secretary Powell shakes hands with Prime Minister Junichiro Koizumi. State Department Photo.Secretary of State Colin L. Powell departed on Friday, October 22, for travel to Japan, the People’s Republic of China, and the Republic of Korea, and returned Tuesday, October 26. He held discussions with senior officials in the three countries on bilateral matters, regional security and stability, and issues such as the global war on terrorism, Iraq, North Korea and the Six Party Talks. [photos: Japan China Korea]

Remarks by Secretary Powell
Secretary Powell held a press briefing after meetings with Chinese leaders.  State Department Photo.2004/10/26: Interview with Hyun Jung Song of Korea Broadcast System
2004/10/26: Interview with Tamara Kupperman of NBC News
2004/10/26: Remarks to Korean Youth Town Hall
2004/10/26: Press Briefing with Korean Foreign Minister Ban Ki-Moon
2004/10/25: Interview With Mike Chinoy of CNN International TV
2004/10/25: Interview With Anthony Yuen of Phoenix TV
2004/10/25: Press Briefing in Beijing
2004/10/24: Roundtable With Japanese Journalists
2004/10/24: Remarks With Japanese Foreign Minister Machimura
2004/10/24: Interview on NHK TV
2004/10/23: Plane Briefing En Route to Tokyo, Japan
2004/10/22: Interview on The Tony Snow Show
2004/10/19: Interview in The Far Eastern Economic Review


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