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Powell & Guinean Foreign Minister Francois Fall

Remarks Before His Meeting with Guinean Foreign Minister Francois Fall

Secretary Colin L. Powell
C Street Entrance
Washington, DC
March 10, 2003

QUESTION: Mr. Secretary, have you made many phone calls today?

SECRETARY POWELL: I've made quite a few phone calls, and I'm looking forward to having a nice meeting and discussion with my colleague.

QUESTION: How's the vote count?

SECRETARY POWELL: You can make your vote count, and we'll make our vote count. We're just having a good exchange of views today.

Thank you very much. [End]

Released on March 10, 2003


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