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2009 Travel to Africa


Secretary Clinton traveled to Africa during August of 2009.  This is the full listing of releases on Kenya: Date: 08/06/2009 Location: Nairobi, Kenya Description: Secretary Clinton speaks with a group of women at the University of Nairobi, Kenya, August 6, 2009. - State Dept Image





[Photo: Secretary Clinton speaks with women at the University of Nairobi, Aug. 6]

-08/06/09 Interview With Bill Odidi of Metro FM
-08/06/09 Interview With Fareed Zakaria of CNN 
-08/06/09 Interview With Fatuma Sanbur of IQRA FM
-08/06/09 Interview With Seanice Kacungira of Capital FM
-08/06/09 Embassy Meet and Greet
-08/06/09 Remarks at Wreath Laying at Memorial Park Commemorating Victims of Embassy Bombings
-08/06/09 Remarks with Somali Transitional Federal Government President Ahmed
-08/06/09 "Townterview" Hosted by CNN and KTN
-08/05/09 Statement in Nairobi, Kenya
-08/05/09 Interview With Andrea Mitchell of NBC
-08/05/09 Remarks at AGOA Gala Dinner
-08/05/09 Remarks by Secretary Clinton at Launch of the Bilateral Investment Treaty with Mauritius
-08/05/09 Remarks With Secretary of Agriculture Tom Vilsack and Kenya’s Minister for Agriculture William Ruto at the Kenyan Agriculture Institute
-08/05/09 Remarks at the 8th Forum of the AGOA Act
-08/05/09 Remarks With Kenyan Foreign Minister Moses Wetangula

Remarks by Assistant Secretary Carson
-08/11/09 Remarks En Route Abuja, Nigeria
-08/06/09 Briefing on Plane En Route Pretoria
-08/04/09 Preview of Secretary Clinton's Trip to Africa
-07/30/09 Briefing on Secretary Clinton's Upcoming Trip to Africa
-07/23/09 Assistant Secretary Johnnie Carson and Other State Officials Brief on the Upcoming AGOA Forum

-Secretary's Trip Page

Other Countries Visited: South Africa, AngolaDemocratic Republic of Congo, Nigeria, Liberia, Cape Verde

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