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Secretary Rice: Travel to Vienna, May 31-June 2, 2006

All 5 permanent representatives of the UN Security Council plus Germany announced an agreement today on Iran's nuclear enrichment program.  From left to right: Chinese Foreign Minister Li, French Foreign Minister Douste-Blazy, US Secretary of State Rice, British Foreign Secretary Beckett, EU High Representative Solana, German Foreign Minister Steinmeier, and Russian Foreign Minister Lavrov.  Photo by Josie Duckett
All 5 permanent representatives of the UN Security Council plus Germany announced an agreement today on Iran's nuclear enrichment program.
Secretary Rice traveled to Vienna, Austria where she met with world leaders on the Iranian nuclear program. [photo gallery]

Remarks by Secretary Rice
--06/02/06  Interview by David Ensor of CNN
--06/02/06  Interview by Andrea Mitchell of NBC News
--06/02/06  Interview by David Wright of ABC News
--06/02/06  Interview by Michele Keleman of National Public Radio
--06/02/06  Interview by Thalia Assuras of CBS News

Other Remarks
--06/01/06  Under Secretary Burns: Remarks in Vienna, Austria 


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