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Rice And Indonesian Vice President Jusuf Kalla

Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice And Indonesian Vice President Jusuf Kalla After Their Meeting

Secretary Condoleezza Rice
Ritz Carlton Hotel, Washington, DC
September 26, 2006

QUESTION: Secretary Rice, what was the meeting with the Vice President?

SECRETARY RICE: Well, I want to thank the Vice President for seeing me, for taking the time to see me. Indonesia is such a wonderful friend. And we are so grateful to have in Indonesia a country that is known for its tolerance and for its moderation and for its ability of all of its people to get along. The United States is very fortunate to include and know Indonesia (inaudible). Thank you very much.

QUESTION: Thank you very much.

QUESTION: Madame Secretary, in what way was this (inaudible)?

SECRETARY RICE: Thank you. Thank you.


Released on September 26, 2006


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