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Foreign Relations Committee Vote on the Bolton Nomination

Secretary Condoleezza Rice
Washington, DC
May 12, 2005

I am pleased that the Foreign Relations Committee has voted to send John Boltonís nomination as Ambassador to the United Nations to the full Senate for consideration. I recommended John for this critical position because he has the skill and dedication necessary to advance the Presidentís reform agenda at the United Nations. I have believed from the outset that he is the right man for this challenging assignment and I hope the Senate will now move quickly to confirm him so that he can begin his work at the United Nations.

2005/510


Released on May 12, 2005

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