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Annapolis Conference Schedule For November 27


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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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