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Travel to South Asia and East Asia

March 14, 2005 to March 21, 2005

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Secretary Rice toured Humanyuns Tomb in New Delhi on March 16, 2005Secretary Rice traveled to South Asia and East Asia from March 14 to 21, 2005, visiting India, Pakistan, Afghanistan, Japan, South Korea, and China. In South Asia, the Secretary highlighted positive momentum in the region, including our transformed relationship with India, our continuing commitment to Afghanistan’s reconstruction, and our long-term engagement with Pakistan. On her visit to East Asian nations she discussed our global and regional cooperation, such as the actions we are taking together to support democracy in Iraq and Afghanistan. In addition, she reviewed with our partners our diplomatic efforts to convene the next round of Six-Party Talks. [Photos from IndiaPakistan; Afghanistan; Japan; South Korea; China]

Secretary Rice and Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao seated in their meeting. Beijing, China, March 20, 2005. AP/Wide World Photo. Remarks by Secretary Rice
2005/03/21: Remarks to the Press in China
2005/03/21: Remarks With Chinese Foreign Minister Li Zhao Xing
2005/03/21: Interview With NBC’s Rosalind Jordan
2005/03/20: Remarks With Chinese President Hu Jintao
2005/03/20: Remarks With Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao
2005/03/20: Remarks in Dialogue With Internet Journalists
2005/03/20: Interview With You Yeon Chae of KBS TV
Secretary Rice shakes hands with U.S. soldier as other U.S. and South Korean soldiers look on. Seongnam, South Korea, March 19, 2005. AP/Wide World Photo.2005/03/20: Interview With Lee Jin Sook of MBC TV
2005/03/20: Remarks With South Korean Foreign Minister Ban Ki-Moon After Meeting
2005/03/19: Remarks With Japanese Foreign Minister Nobutaka Machimura
2005/03/19: Remarks at Sophia University video: high speed connectionvideo: dial-up speed connectionaudio
2005/03/19: Remarks to Troops at Command Post Tango
Secretary Rice shakes hands with Japanese Foreign Minister Nobutaka Machimura before their meeting at the Foreign Ministry's Iikura guesthouse, Tokyo, Japan, March 19, 2005. AP/Wide World Photo.2005/03/19: Remarks at a U.S.-Japan Appreciation Event With Troops
2005/03/19: Interview With Aiko Doden of NHK TV
2005/03/19: Interview With Yuko Ando of Fuji Television
2005/03/19: Statement on Death of George F. Kennan
2005/03/17: Briefing En Route to Toyko
2005/03/17: Interview with Jonathan Karl of ABC's World News Tonight
2005/03/17: Interview with Hamid Mir of GEO TV
2005/03/17: Interview with Quatrina Hosain Currim of Pakistan Television
2005/03/17: Interview With Neda Farhat of Radio Liberty and Radio Afghanistan
Secretary Rice shakes hands with Afghan President Hamid Karzai. Presidential Palace, Kabul, Afghanistan, March 17, 2005. AP/Wide World Photo.2005/03/17: Remarks with Afghan President Hamid Karzai
2005/03/17: Remarks to Troops at the Kabul Compound
2005/03/17: Remarks with Pakistani Foreign Minister Khurshid Mahmood Kasuri
2005/03/16: Remarks with Indian Foreign Minister Natwar Singh
Secretary Rice and Pakistani Foreign Minister Kasuri address joint news conference. Islamabad, Pakistan, March 17, 2005. AP/Wide World Photo.2005/03/16: Interview With Raj Chengappa of India Today
2005/03/16: Interview with Shirvaj Prasad of NDTV
2005/03/15: Remarks en Route to India
2005/03/11: Interview With Reuters News Agency

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