Travel Diary: Secretary Clinton Travels to Saudi Arabia and Turkey

Posted by DipNote Bloggers
March 30, 2012
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Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton travels to Riyadh, Saudi Arabia from March 30-31, 2012. While in Riyadh, she will meet King Abdullah and Foreign Minister Prince Saud al-Faisal. She will also attend the First Ministerial Meeting of the Gulf Cooperation Council-U.S. Strategic Cooperation Forum. In her conversations, she will discuss the full range of bilateral and regional issues, including ongoing security cooperation in the region, as well as the international community's continuing efforts to stop the bloodshed in Syria.

Secretary Clinton will then travel to Istanbul, Turkey from March 31-April 1 to attend the second meeting of the "Friends of the Syrian People." This meeting will build upon steps that our friends, allies, and the Syrian opposition continue to take in an attempt to halt the slaughter of the Syrian people and pursue a transition to democracy in Syria. While in Istanbul, Secretary Clinton will also conduct bilateral meetings with Turkish Foreign Minister Davutoglu and other foreign leaders.

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an58
March 31, 2012

W.W. writes:

show me the oil Jerry show me the oil !

...I lost a penny in the stock market the other day and I am not happy about it ...

show me the money Jerry

look I ve got an over production of corn and rice and instead to convert it in fuel I d like to send it as Humanitarian help to the people of Syria cos we all are friend of Syria at a reasonable price...I am gonna be selling it at the UN along with some old jet fighters to saudis in case they need em for south sudan...

Show me the oil Jerry...

Bill Clinton a pai for Humanity

palgye
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South Korea
April 2, 2012

Palgye in South Korea writes:

Say,

This story that I'm crazy man, I think.

Turkey,

Briefly,

Repeatedly for political reasons has been added

Nobody ......

Grease relief, which is still relief. Astronomical amount of money collected from around the world - Saudi Arabia is one remedy, and to give appearance of the particular country, all of them think the anxiety is aggravated.

Selection and focus, I think.

PS

I chose Italy, in fact, Italy can be considered as a national bankruptcy. However, the southern European countries and North African countries, like the similarly corrupt, and the operation of the country did it because many loopholes in moderation.

PS

Who pressured to fire a missile from North Korea and financial support do?

Molly
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District Of Columbia, USA
March 31, 2012

Molly in Washington, D.C. writes:

Godspeed, Madame Secretary!

written93
March 31, 2012

W.W. writes:

It is time to leave the lobby that brought all of us here...

time to stop thinking about oil money health insurance trades stock ...

Time to choose.. time to take a decision.. time to separate goats from sheep and move in the ''right'' direction for a NEW common future made of prosperity peace and security.

time for global harmony, a future era of universal peace and brotherhood on earth,and one conducive to the furtherment of the knowledge of the Creator even through war

Mahmood J.
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United States
April 1, 2012

Mahmood J. in the U.S.A. writes:

I would to thank Miss Hilary Clinton for her effort to secure Arab and alliance country against the intervention of Iran government in Syria,Yemen,and Iraq.

I hope Department of state knows very well the sensitive issue of using the sectarian issue by Iran in Bahrain, Iraq, Lebanon,

Iran wants to play his roll in negative way to force USA to do kind of compromise with USA,cause Iran knows how to play roll in Afghanistan and make benefit from this situation and in Pakistan as well.

Take care and do not Iran do what they wants.

moved15
April 1, 2012

W.W. writes:

@ Molly

Loved ur comment

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