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Secretary Rice: Travel to Moscow, May 14-15, 2007

Secretary Rice is greeted by Igor Neverov, Director of the North America Russian Ministry of Foreign Affairs Desk, and Ambassador William J. Burns at Sheremetyevo Airport on May 14, 2007.
Secretary Rice Discusses Bilateral and Global Issues in Moscow, Russia
(May 15):
"...This is a complicated relationship and we're not going to agree on everything. We certainly have come to agree on a number of very important issues. I think we are doing really very well in working together on Iran, for instance, and the nuclear challenge from Iran. I think we're doing very well in the six-party talks on issues of nonproliferation and nuclear terrorism, on terrorism more broadly."

Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice visited Moscow, Russia for meetings with senior government officials and representatives of civil society. Her discussions with Russian Federation leaders covered a wide range of bilateral and global issues, including Iran, Kosovo, Israeli-Palestinian concerns and missile defense. 

Complete List of Secretary Rice's 2007 Travels

Remarks made during the trip
--05/15/07 Interview with Andrey Cherkasov of NTV
--05/15/07 Remarks with Russian FM Sergey Lavrov
--05/15/07 Interview with Sergey Buntman of Ekho Movsky
--05/15/07 Press Roundtable in Moscow, Russia 
--05/16/07 Assistant Secretary Fried's Press Roundtable

Photo Gallery
Secretary Rice meeting with President Putin at Novoogorevo, Residence of the President.  State Department photo by Valeriy Yevseyev
Photos from Moscow

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