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Travel to East Asia

July 8, 2005 to July 13, 2005

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Secretary Rice hugs a Thai school girl after she led a group singing for her at Bang Sak school which was devastated by the last December's tsunami and was rebuilt as part of the U.S. reconstruction efforts in Pang-nga province, southern Thailand.Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice traveled to China, ThailandJapan, and the Republic of Korea, from July 8-July 13, 2005. During her stops in each country Secretary Rice met with senior government officials for discussions of political and economic issues of bilateral concern, as well as global and regional matters of mutual interest such as the North Korean nuclear issue, cooperation on fighting terrorism and transnational crimes, and tsunami recovery and reconstruction efforts. [photo gallery]

Remarks by Secretary Rice
2005/07/13: Briefing En Route to Anchorage, Alaska
2005/07/13: Interview on SBS Television
2005/07/13: Press Availability with South Korean Foreign Minister Ban Ki-Moon
2005/07/12: Interview by Atsushi Hatayama of Nippon Television
2005/07/12: Press Availability with Japanese Foreign Minister Nobutaka Machimura
2005/07/11: Tsunami Reconstruction Program at Bang Sak School
2005/07/11: Press Availability with Thailand Foreign Minister Khantathi Suphamongkhon
2005/07/10: Interview with James Rosen of Fox News Channel
2005/07/10: Press Availability in Beijing
2005/07/10: Remarks with Chinese Foreign Minister Li
2005/07/08: Remarks to the Press En Route Alaska


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