Travel Diary: Secretary Clinton To Amplify Message of Partnership and Respect

Posted by DipNote Bloggers
November 3, 2009

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Secretary Clinton is currently traveling in Morocco and will address the Forum for the Future. During remarks with Moroccan Foreign Minister Taieb Fassi-Fihri this morning, the Secretary said, "...The foreign minister and I had a very productive conversation about a range of issues, including our shared goal of strengthening stability and prosperity throughout North Africa and the Middle East. I’m looking forward to participating tomorrow in the Forum for the Future, and I look forward also to working with the foreign minister on the issues that come from this forum.

The Forum for the Future is a gathering dedicated to creating the broadest possible network of partnerships in pursuit of common goals. It brings together not only government ministers, but representatives from civil society. And I am grateful too that we will work on the important issues confronting us – from regional security, economic development, religious tolerance, social reforms – because none of these goals can be accomplished through laws or governments alone. They require a broad coalition of likeminded people who translate laws into lasting change.

...So, Minister, I have come to Morocco to echo and amplify President Obama’s message of partnership and respect, and we will work together to advance our shared goals of security, prosperity, and opportunity. Much of what you have done can serve as a model for other nations, and I believe that this model can benefit people not only here in Morocco, but those who care about increasing the opportunities for a better life for all people. Thank you, sir."Full Text

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Masood
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California, USA
November 4, 2009

Masood in California writes:

Secretary Clinton, message of partnership and respect is the foundation for future relations with the Muslim World.

Zharkov
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United States
November 7, 2009

Zharkov in U.S.A. writes:

Let's take a vote, who respects the outcome of the election in Afghanistan?

Majid H.
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Saudi Arabia
November 4, 2009

Majid H. in Saudi Arabia writes:

Miss Clinton,

you have to know the people you are met in moroco only to capture your dicission and there dicission actually in difent place as iraq, afganistan, oil price or any of unknown action in the world, they speak by good doplmatic representor but they have unknow insintives to format there dicessions as what happend in iraq exactly.

mr bush did the wright things in wrong time and wrong methods as the type of his soldures and there aducations and there relatoinships with people, its may be very small things but it is very effictives for these emotional people

this people looking for the honest people not to accupaid there country and to take there oil free with out the civilization they looking for.

the cridibility is your curancy in middle east

regards

majid

good bless ameica

Donald
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Virginia, USA
November 5, 2009

Donald in Virginia writes:

OUR PRAYERS ARE WITH THE FAMILY MEMBERS OF THE LOSS SOLDIERS AT FORT HOOD TODAY. OUR PRAYERS ARE EQUALLY WITH THE BRAVE LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICER AT THE SCENE. MAY GOD BE WITH FORT HOOD, THE VITIMS IN THIS TRADEGY. A MOMENT OF SILENCE. 21 GUN SALUTE AND OUR FLAG SHOULD BE LOWERED TO HALF, TO REMEMBER OUR BRAVE SOLDIERS. A VERY SAD DAY FOR THE US ARMY. OUR FAMILY IS DEEPLY MOVED BY THIS HORRIBLE EVENT, WE PRAY THE FAMILIES CAN FIND PEACE IN THEIR HEARTS. GOD BLESS AND SALUTE!

palgye
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South Korea
November 6, 2009

Palgye in South Korea writes:

mourn to Texas base`s victims...

(accidental this is many piles up.)sorry.

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