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Travel to Mexico

March 10, 2005 to March 10, 2005

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Mexican President Vicente Fox gestures as he shakes hands with Secretary Rice at her arrival at the los Pinos presidential residence in Mexico City on March 10, 2005. AP/Wide World Photo.Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice visited Mexico on March 10, 2005 for meetings with government officials, business leaders, and members of civil society. The Secretary welcomed this opportunity to reaffirm the close bilateral relationship we enjoy with our southern neighbor. [Photo Gallery]

Remarks by Secretary Rice
2005/03/10: Remarks with Mexican Foreign Secretary Ernesto Derbez
2005/03/10: Interview on Radio Formula with Oscar Mario Beteta
2005/03/10: Interview with Javier Alatorre of Television Azteca
2005/03/10: Remarks at a Microfinance Event at FinComun
2005/03/10: Briefing En Route to Mexico
2005/03/10: Statement on Madrid Bombing Anniversary
2005/03/09: Interview on Univision With Lourdes Meluzá

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