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Secretary Rice's Travel to Latin American and Asia

Press Statement (Revised)
Adam Ereli, Deputy Spokesman
Washington, DC
March 1, 2006

Secretary Rice's Travel to Latin American and Asia

Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice will travel to Chile, Peru, Indonesia and Australia from March 10 – March 18, 2006. In addition to bilateral meetings at all stops, Secretary Rice will attend the inauguration of President Michelle Bachelet in Chile and hold the first ministerial-level Trilateral Strategic Dialogue with Australia and Japan in Sydney.
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