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Remarks After Journalist Program Remarks

Remarks After Her Remarks to the Edward R. Murrow Journalist Program Participants


Secretary Condoleezza Rice
Outside the Loy Henderson Auditorium
Washington, DC
April 21, 2006

(4:05 p.m. EDT)


SECRETARY RICE: Hi, how are you?

QUESTION: Hi, I'm fine. How are you? Any comment on the movement in Iraq towards a government?

SECRETARY RICE: I don't right now, but I'll try to get something back to you about it. We're -- I've got to go read my -- I've been out all day. I have to go read. But it looks like there's movement and that's good news. So we'll get back to you.

QUESTION: Thank you.

Released on April 21, 2006

ENDS


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