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Secretary Rice: Travel to New York for UN 62nd General Assembly, September 2007

President Bush addresses 62nd session of UN General Assembly at UN Headquarters, New York City, Sept. 25, 2007. [© AP Images]
President Bush's Address to the UN General Assembly
(Sept. 25):
"This great institution must work for great purposes--to free people from tyranny and violence, hunger and disease, illiteracy and ignorance, and poverty and despair. Every member of the United Nations must join in this mission of liberation."

Photo Gallery
Secretary Rice with With UN Secretary General Ban Ki-Moon and EU High Representative Javier Solana Quartet Press Availability at the UN Headquarters.
Photos from New York

Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice wa in New York City to attend the United Nations 62nd General Assembly. While in New York, Secretary Rice conducted a number of bilateral and multilateral meetings with her counterparts.

Complete List of Secretary Rice's 2007 Travels

Remarks made during the trip
--10/01/07  Interview With Congressman Charles Rangel by Dominic Carter of NY1 Television
--10/01/07  Remarks With Congressman Charles Rangel at an Assembly at P.S. 154 Harriet Tubman School
--10/01/07  Remarks Upon Arrival at P.S. 154 Harriet Tubman School
--10/01/07  Interview With the New York Post Editorial Board
--10/01/07 Remarks At the Rollout for Partnership for Democratic Governance
--09/28/07 Interview With the CBS News Editorial Board
--09/28/07 Remarks After the P-5 Luncheon
--09/28/07 Briefing After Secretary Rice's Meeting with the P-5 Plus Germany Plus EU
--09/27/07 Remarks After Meeting With Association of Southeast Asian Nations Foreign Ministers
--09/26/07 Remarks with Korean Foreign Minister Song Min-soon
--09/25/07 President Bush Addresses the United Nations General Assembly
--09/25/07 President Bush and UN Secretary General Ban Ki-Moon Exchange Toasts
--09/25/07 Interview With the Fox News Editorial Board
--09/24/07 Interview With the Reuters Editorial Board
--09/24/07 Remarks at the UNGA High-Level Event on Climate Technology Session
--09/24/07 Remarks at First Lady Laura Bush’s Reception on Literacy and Health
--09/24/07 Interview with Mark Haines and Erin Burnett of CNBC
--09/23/07 Remarks After Quartet Meeting
--09/23/07 Remarks With Saudi Arabian Foreign Minister Saud al-Faysal
--09/23/07 Remarks With Chinese Foreign Minister Yang Jiechi Before Meeting
--09/22/07 Secretary Rice's Remarks After High-Level Meeting on Iraq
--09/22/07 Special Briefing by Senior Advisor and Special Coordinator for Iraq David Satterfield
--09/21/07 Special Briefing on Secretary Rice's Schedule and U.S. Priorities at the UN General Assembly

Information related to the trip
UN 62nd General Assembly
--09/30/07 Fact Sheet: U.S.-Kyrgyz Republic Cooperation Program for Combating Nuclear Smuggling
--09/28/07 P5+2 Statement on Iran
--09/28/07 Women Leaders' Working Group Statement on Burma/Myanmar
--09/26/07 Joint US-EU Statement on Burma/Myanmar
--09/25/07 Fact Sheet: A Mission of Liberation Around the World
--09/20/07 Fact Sheet: The United States' Continued Call For UN Management Reform: Ideals and Accountability Get Acrobat Reader PDF version
--09/20/07 Fact Sheet: U.S. Financial Contributions to the United Nations System Get Acrobat Reader PDF version

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