Travel Diary: Secretary Clinton Arrives in Afghanistan

Posted by DipNote Bloggers
November 18, 2009
Secretary Clinton Arrives in Afghanistan

Trip Information Page | Interactive Travel Map | Text the SecretaryBriefing En Route Kabul, Afghanistan

Secretary Clinton arrrived today in Afghanistan to attend President Karzai’s November 19 inauguration ceremony, meet with Afghanistan’s leadership, international partners and allies, U.S. troops, staff in Provincial Reconstruction Teams, and Embassy staff. This is the Secretary's fourth trip to Afghanistan, first as Secretary of State.

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Mark M.
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California, USA
November 18, 2009

Mark in California writes:

Madame Secretary Clinton: You are the Best. Keep up the great work you do for us and the world.Please stay safe.We need you ,you are the best S.O.S. we have ever had.

Ron
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New York, USA
November 18, 2009

Ron in New York writes:

This Just in.....

Afghan Mining Ministry bribed by China for copper contracts, while President is in China and Sec. of State is in Kabul. Implications grave for US-China-Afghan relations. This is happening in the context of US trade and development policy talks with these critical partners,

cal s.
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Illinois, USA
November 30, 2009

Cal S. in Illinois writes:

Secretary of State Clinton;

As an honorably served Cold War veteran and with training in couter and antiterrorism, I pray that the wisdom of our leaders, disregarding politics send immediately to Major General Flynn's team 55,000 troops, predator drones, complete network of intelligence strategists and analysts. The world is watching are we against evil and for world peace, or do we want to end innocent peoples suffering and lives. The price is freedom and democracy across the world. Please Hon. Secretary Clinton, use your power wisely.

Holy Commander's Blessings
Cal S.

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