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Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice
What the Secretary Has Been Saying
2009
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2009 Secretary Rice's Remarks

January
--01/16/09  Farewell Remarks to Employees; Secretary Condoleezza Rice; C Street Lobby; Washington, DC
--01/16/09  Farewell Remarks to the State Department Press Corps; Secretary Condoleezza Rice; Washington, DC
--01/16/09  Signing Ceremony of the U.S.-Israel Memorandum of Understanding with Israeli Foreign Minister Tzipi Livni; Secretary Condoleezza Rice; Treaty Room; Washington, DC
--01/15/09  Ceremony to Commemorate Foreign Policy Achievements (2001-2009); Secretary Condoleezza Rice; Benjamin Franklin Room; Washington, DC
--01/15/09  Remarks at Signing Ceremony for U.S.-U.A.E. Agreement on Peaceful Uses of Nuclear Energy; Secretary Condoleezza Rice; Benjamin Franklin Room; Washington, DC
--01/15/09  Remarks at Stakeout After Signing Ceremony for U.S.-U.A.E. Agreement on Peaceful Uses of Nuclear Energy; Secretary Condoleezza Rice; Benjamin Franklin Room; Washington, DC
--01/14/09  Interview With April Ryan of American Urban Radio; Secretary Condoleezza Rice; Washington, DC
--01/13/09  Interview With Mike Schneider of Bloomberg TV; Secretary Condoleezza Rice; Washington, DC
--01/13/09  Signing Ceremony for U.S. Government Counterinsurgency Guide; Secretary Condoleezza Rice; Treaty Room; Washington, DC
--01/12/09  Interview With Andrea Mitchell of MSNBC; Secretary Condoleezza Rice; Washington, DC
--01/12/09  Interview With The Washington Post Editorial Board; Secretary Condoleezza Rice; Washington, DC
--01/12/09  Release of the President's Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR) Fifth Annual Report to Congress; Secretary Condoleezza Rice; Ambassador Mark Dybul, U.S. Global AIDS Coordinator; Washington, DC
--01/09/09  100th Anniversary of the U.S.-Canada Boundary Waters Treaty ; Statement by Secretary Condoleezza Rice; Washington, DC
--01/09/09  Signing Ceremony for the United States and Georgia Charter on Strategic Partnership ; Secretary Condoleezza Rice; Remarks With Georgian Foreign Affairs Minister Grigol Vashadze in the Treaty Room; Washington, DC
--01/09/09  Stakeout after Signing Ceremony with Georgian Foreign Minister Grigol Vashadze; Secretary Condoleezza Rice; Treaty Room; Washington, DC
--01/08/09  Remarks at the UN Security Council Session on the Situation in the Middle East ; Secretary Condoleezza Rice; UN Headquarters; New York City
--01/07/09  Remarks After Meeting with the P3 + Arab Group; Secretary Condoleezza Rice; United Nations Headquarters; New York, New York
--01/07/09  Remarks Before Meeting With United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon; Secretary Condoleezza Rice; United Nations Headquarters; New York City
--01/06/09  Remarks at the United Nations Security Council Session on the Situation in Gaza; Secretary Condoleezza Rice; UN Headquarters; New York City
--01/02/09  Situation in Gaza; Secretary Condoleezza Rice; The White House; Washington, DC

  
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Coordinating the Counterinsurgency Process
Date: 01/13/2009 Description: Secretary Rice  State Dept PhotoSecretary Rice (Jan. 13):
"This counterinsurgency doctrine and this manual really is a compilation of the experiences that we have had in learning how to fight together, how to work together, and ultimately how to deliver for people defense, democracy, and development." Full Text

Secretary Releases AIDS Relief Report
Date: 01/12/2009 Description: Secretary Rice delivers opening remarks for the release of The PresidentSecretary Rice (Jan. 12): "When PEPFAR was announced, the President set out aggressive goals of supporting treatment for 2 million people, preventing 7 million new infections, and care for 10 million people infected or affected by HIV/AIDS, including orphans and vulnerable children. It is estimated that in 2003, only 50,000 people living with HIV in all of Sub-Saharan Africa were receiving antiretroviral treatment. Ahead of schedule, the United States has fulfilled its commitment to support treatment for 2 million people. As of September 30, 2008, PEPFAR supported life-saving antiretroviral treatment for more than 2.1 million men, women, and children living with HIV/AIDS around the world." Full Text l Report

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