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Annapolis Conference Schedule For November 27


Media Note
Office of the Spokesman
Washington, DC
November 26, 2007

Annapolis Schedule for November 27

Below is the schedule for November 27 events at the Annapolis Conference:

* Opening Session / Memorial Hall

Remarks by President George W. Bush
Remarks by Palestinian President Mahmud Abbas
Remarks by Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert

* Working Lunch / Smoke Hall

* Introduction by Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice

* International Support for the Peace Process / Memorial Hall

* Institutional Reform and Capacity Building / Memorial Hall

* Toward a Comprehensive Peace in the Middle East / Memorial Hall

Future Separate Tracks Between Israel and Neighbors

- Israel-Syria
- Israel-Lebanon

Advancing Normal Relations and Security Between Israel and the Arab States

Closing Remarks by Secretary Rice / Memorial Hall

Events are subject to change without notice.
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Released on November 26, 2007

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