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Secretary Clinton Travels to Germany


Bureau of Public Affairs
April 14, 2011

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Secretary Clinton traveled to Berlin, Germany, April 13 to April 15. She joined foreign ministers from NATO and partner countries for an informal NATO Foreign Ministerial meeting. They met separately with Operation Unified Protector and ISAF partners to discuss Libya and Afghanistan as well as counterparts in the NATO-Georgia Commission, the NATO-Ukraine Commission and the NATO-Russia Council. While in Berlin, the Secretary attended a memorial service for Ambassador Richard C. Holbrooke at the American Academy in Berlin and received the Walther Rathenau Prize for outstanding contributions to international understanding and cooperation. More on Travel»



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Secretary Clinton is welcomed by German Chancellor Angela Merkel.
U.S. Embassy Berlin photo / Apr 14, 2011
Secretary Clinton is welcomed by German Chancellor Angela Merkel.
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