Travel Diary: Secretary Clinton Departs for Kazakhstan, the Kyrgyz Republic, Uzbekistan, and Bahrain

Posted by DipNote Bloggers
November 30, 2010
Secretary Clinton at a Reception in Wellington, New Zealand

Secretary Clinton travels to Kazakhstan, the Kyrgyz Republic, Uzbekistan, and Bahrain November 30 - December 3. In Kazakhstan, she will attend the Summit of the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE) as head of the U.S. delegation. Prior to the Summit, she will host an event for local and international non-governmental organizations, underscoring the importance of a vibrant civil society. She will also meet with Kazakhstan's President Nazarbayev and Foreign Minister Saudabayev to discuss various aspects of the U.S.-Kazakhstan strategic partnership.

In the Kyrgyz Republic, Secretary Clinton will meet with President Otunbayeva and other government officials. She will review political developments in the wake of Kyrgyzstan's historic election, and discuss a range of issues of mutual concern.

In Uzbekistan, Secretary Clinton will meet with President Karimov to discuss a wide range of matters in our bilateral relationship and in regional affairs.

In Bahrain, Secretary Clinton will deliver the keynote address on the role of the United States in regional security at The Manama Dialogue 2010, an annual forum hosted by the International Institute for Strategic Studies in cooperation with the Kingdom of Bahrain.

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José A.
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Brazil
December 9, 2010

José in Brazil writes:

Sentimentality is insufficient without understanding its causes. The earth does not support the current population who installed worldwide. AIDS is a "natural law" for the protection of ecosystems, establish rules and boundaries of Man on E...arth.
How much more underdeveloped is society, more "she" produces problems and trauma to the Governments.

Portuguese of Brazil:
Sentimentalismo é insuficiente sem compreender suas causas. A terra não oferece suporte a população atual que instalou em todo o mundo. A AIDS é uma "lei natural" para a proteção dos ecossistemas, estabelecer regras e limites do Homem na Terra.

Quanto mais subdesenvolvida é a sociedade, mais "ela" produz problemas e trauma para governos

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