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Secretary Rice: Travel to The Bahamas, March 21-22, 2006

Secretary Rice meets with Bahamian Prime Minister Perry Christie in Nassau, Bahamas March 21, 2006.  [State Department photo]Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice traveled to Nassau, The Bahamas, to participate in a meeting with CARICOM foreign ministers. The Secretary discussed U.S. engagement in the Caribbean and our desire to deepen cooperation with countries in the region to promote democracy, enhance economic competitiveness, strengthen security and the rule of law, and improve disaster preparedness. The Secretary also met with Bahamian Prime Minister Perry Christie to discuss U.S.-Bahamian relations. [Photo Gallery]

Remarks by Secretary Rice
03/22/06  Remarks with Bahamian Foreign Minister Fred Mitchell

Related Information
Caribbean Community (CARICOM) Secretariat

Fact Sheets/Press Releases
03/22/06 -- CARICOM Foreign Ministers and Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice
03/20/06 -- The United States at the CARICOM Ministerial: Democracy and Human Rights Get Acrobat Reader PDF version  
03/20/06 -- The United States at the CARICOM Ministerial: Security and Law Enforcement Get Acrobat Reader PDF version   
03/20/06 -- The United States at the CARICOM Ministerial:Trade Cooperation Get Acrobat Reader PDF version   


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