U.S. Firmly Committed to NATO

Posted by DipNote Bloggers
March 6, 2009

Interactive Travel Map | Text the SecretaryFollowing today's meeting with NATO foreign ministers, Secretary Clinton said:"I came here to deliver a clear message: The United States is firmly committed to NATO, and the Obama Administration will work vigorously to renew a real dialogue within this alliance. We look forward to listening, to consulting, and to working in concert to devise and deliver smart solutions to our shared challenges."

You may read the Secretary's full remarks here.

Comments

Comments

Rosemary
|
New Jersey, USA
March 7, 2009

Rosemary in New Jersey writes:

Awesome, Hillary! As usual. I never cease to be blown away by your ability to field questions. You are doing a great job over there. Aside from all the knowing, which you have more than mastered, there is the charming. You've been doing that as well I see. You have the perfect skills for this job, but, of course, I always have always known that you have the perfect skills to be President.

Patrick
|
Maryland, USA
March 9, 2009

Patrick in Maryland writes:

I am writing about the meeting that Secretary Clinton had with Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov. I didn't see a Blog for the Russian meeting so am writing here. I thought they had a good discussion over dinner in Geneva Switzerland. They made progress in a very open talk about a Restart or reset of the U.S. & Russia's diplomatic relationship. Also Hillary thanked Lavrov for letting the United States transport Non-lethal goods to our troops in Afghanistan. I think this is a great "Start" to more meetings or dinners with Russian diplomats.They talked about an "Overload Button" LOL, but i think the "Reset Button" Worked Better. LOL

Did they take any Photos of the dinner ...would like to see them.

Really good work on both sides in this meeting.

Cya :)

.

Latest Stories

October 22, 2014

Attacks in Ottawa

In the wake of the tragic shooting incident in Ottawa, Secretary of State John Kerry said, "We condemn today's heinous… more

Pages