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Condoleezza Rice Remarks on Attacks in India

Secretary Condoleezza Rice
Remarks with Serbian Prime Minister Vojislav Kostunica Before Their Meeting
Washington, DC
July 11, 2006


Secretary Condoleezza Rice Remarks with Serbian Prime Minister Vojislav Kostunica Before Their Meeting
Washington, DC
July 11, 2006

QUESTION: Madame Secretary, on India, do you have anything on who might be responsible?

SECRETARY RICE: We do not. Let me just say that we condemn thoroughly this terrible terrorist incident. We have great sympathy for and send condolences to those who -- to the families of those who were killed and to those who have been injured. We will stand with India on the war on terror. It simply shows that this kind of hideous incident can happen anywhere in the world against innocent people, and so we stand with India in this time of need.

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Released on July 11, 2006

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