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Rice & Dominican Republic Pres. Leonel Fernandez

Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice and President of the Dominican Republic Leonel Fernandez Before Their Meeting

Secretary Condoleezza Rice
Washington, DC
October 26, 2006


SECRETARY RICE: I would just like to welcome you, Mr. President. We have a wonderful relationship with your country. I know that you've met with the President and we can follow up on any matters of interest to you, but welcome to the United States. Congratulations on the fine job that you're doing and I look forward to our conversation.

PRESIDENT FERNANDEZ: Thank you for your kindness and your generosity for having us here today.

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Released on October 26, 2006

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