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Secretary Clinton Travels to the Republic of Korea


Bureau of Public Affairs
April 16, 2011

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Secretary Clinton traveled to Seoul, Republic of Korea from April 16 to April 17. She met with President Lee Myung-bak and Foreign Minister Kim Sung-hwan as part of our ongoing efforts to strengthen the alliance and to discuss cooperation on regional issues, including our solidarity and support for Japan in the wake of the earthquake and tsunami. Secretary Clinton also discussed bilateral issues related to trade and underscored the Administration’s support for the U.S.-Korea Free Trade Agreement. More on Travel»



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Secretary Clinton is escorted by Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade Deputy Director General Ahn Young-jip upon her arrival in Seoul, South Korea.
U.S. Embassy Seoul photo / Apr 16, 2011
Secretary Clinton is escorted by Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade Deputy Director General Ahn Young-jip upon her arrival in Seoul, South Korea.
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