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Secretary Rice: Travel to Europe and Iraq, March 29 - April 3, 2006

Secretary Rice is greeted by the Lord Mayor of Liverpool on arrival at Liverpool John Lennon Airport. March 30, 2006, United Kingdom. U.S. Embassy photo.
Secretary Rice is greeted by the Lord Mayor of Liverpool on arrival at Liverpool John Lennon Airport.

Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice traveled to Germany, France, United Kingdom and Iraq. During the trip, she consulted with key European allies on the range of common challenges, including Iran, that the United States is addressing with its transatlantic partners.

Secretary Rice’s trip to Berlin and Paris provided an opportunity to continue her dialogue with German Chancellor Angela Merkel and French President Jacques Chirac and other top officials.

Her visit to the United Kingdom took her to Liverpool and Blackburn, where she accompanied Foreign Minister Jack Straw. The trip mirrors that which the Secretary and the Foreign Minister made to Alabama last October, underscoring the shared values and cultural links between the United States and the United Kingdom.

On April 2 Secretary Rice and Foreign Minister Jack Straw made a visit to to Baghdad at what is an important time for Iraq.

See photos from visits to Germany, France and England.

Remarks by Secretary Rice
04/03/06  Remarks With British Foreign Secretary Jack Straw
04/02/06  Interview With Courtney Kealy of Fox News
04/02/06  Interview With David Kerley of ABC News
04/02/06  Interview With Elise Labott of CNN News
04/02/06  Interview With Kimberly Dozier of CBS News
04/02/06  Interview With Libby Leist of NBC
04/02/06  Roundtable with Traveling Press
04/02/06  Remarks with British Foreign Secretary Jack Straw en route to Baghdad, Iraq
04/01/06  Interview with British Foreign Secretary Jack Straw on the Jonathan Dimbleby Programme ITV1
04/01/06  Interview with British Foreign Secretary Jack Straw by the Liverpool Echo
04/01/06  Remarks With British Foreign Secretary Jack Straw At Blackburn Town Hall
03/31/06   Remarks on Democracy at BBC Today-Chatham House Lecture video: high speed connectionvideo: dial-up speed connectionm3u
03/31/06  Remarks on Iraq at BBC Today-Chatham House Lecture video: high speed connectionvideo: dial-up speed connectionm3u
03/31/06  Remarks on Iran's Nuclear Program at BBC Today-Chatham House Lecture video: high speed connectionvideo: dial-up speed connectionm3u
03/31/06  Interview British Foreign Secretary Jack Straw on BBC Radio 4's Today Program
03/31/06  Interview With British Foreign Secretary Jack Straw by Lancashire Evening Telegraph
03/31/06  Interview with British Foreign Secretary Jack Straw by BBC Northwest
03/31/06  Remarks at BBC Today-Chatham House Lecture
03/31/06  Interview on Granada TV
03/31/06  Remarks at the Liverpool Institute for Performing Arts
03/31/06  Remarks at British Aerospace
03/30/06  Press Availability After the P5 +1 Meeting
03/29/06  Remarks En Route To Berlin, Germany
03/29/06  Statement on U.N. Security Council Presidential Statement on Iran 

Other Releases
03/30/06  Quartet Statement on Middle East Peace
03/29/06  UN Security Council Presidential Statement on Non-Proliferation and Iran


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