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Secretary Clinton: Travel to the Balkans and Brussels


October 11, 2010 to October 14, 2010

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Secretary Clinton traveled to Bosnia and Herzegovina, Serbia, Kosovo, and Brussels from October 11 to 14. The Secretary met with government and civic leaders, and citizens to highlight the continued U.S. commitment to support all the Balkan states in achieving their aspirations for full integration into the European and Euro-Atlantic community. In Brussels, she participated in the NATO ministerial and held meetings with European Council President Herman Van Rompuy and with High Representative for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy Catherine Ashton.

Remarks
10/14/2010 Secretary Clinton Meets with Embassy Pristina Staff and Their Families
10/14/2010 Secretary Clinton Meets with Embassy Belgrade Staff and Their Families
10/14/2010 Remarks with Secretary of Defense Robert Gates 
10/14/2010 Joint Press Statements With EU High Representative Lady Catherine Ashton 
10/14/2010  Interview With Shirin Wheeler of BBC
10/14/2010  Interview With ABC's Robin Roberts 
10/13/2010 Interview With Bojan Brkic of RTS
10/13/2010 Townterview with Students, Women Leaders, and Members of Civil Society
10/13/2010 Remarks With Kosovo Prime Minister Hashim Thaci
10/12/2010 Remarks at Civil Society Reception 
10/12/2010 Remarks Following Her Meeting with Serbian President Boris Tadic 
10/12/2010 Town Hall at the National Theater in Sarajevo with Students and Civil Society Representatives 
10/12/2010 Secretary Clinton Meets Embassy Staff and Their Families
10/12/2010 New Embassy Compound and Robert C. Frasure Street Dedication
10/11/2010 Background Briefing En Route Sarajevo
10/08/2010 Briefing on Secretary Clinton's Travel to the Balkans and Brussels

Related Information
Meeting of NATO Foreign and Defense Ministers



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