Secretary Clinton traveled to Lisbon, Portugal, November 18-20. The Secretary joined President Obama participating in the NATO Summit, the NATO-Russia Council Summit, a Summit of the International Security Assistance Force (ISAF) troop-contributing nations and other major economic development donors, and the U.S.-European Union Summit. NATO Allies will adopt a new Strategic Concept, which will prepare the Alliance to meet new threats and challenges. ISAF countries, with President Karzai, announced the beginning of transition of security responsibilities to Afghan National Security Forces by the end of 2014 and reaffirm our long-term commitment to Afghanistan. The NATO-Russia Council adopted a plan of joint work to address mutual security challenges. U.S. and European Union leaders underscores their cooperation on a broad agenda that is rooted in shared values and common global priorities.
11/20/2010 Interview With David Gregory of NBC Meet the Press
11/20/2010 Interview With Bob Schieffer of CBS Face the Nation
11/20/2010 Interview With With Chris Wallace of Fox News Sunday
11/19/2010 Remarks with Portuguese Foreign Minister Luis Amado
11/19/2010 Remarks at the U.S.-E.U. Energy Council
11/17/2010 Assistant Secretary Gordon Briefs on U.S.-Europe Relations and Upcoming Summits
11/17/2010 Assistant Secretary Gordon's Remarks on the Obama Administration's European Agenda
11/16/2010 Press Briefing by Senior Administration Officials on the Upcoming NATO and EU Summits in Lisbon, Portugal
Statements to the Press by President Obama and Prime Minister Socrates of Portugal After Meeting
Statements to the Press by President Obama and President Silva of Portugal After Meeting
Op-Ed: 'Europe and America, Aligned for the Future'
Joint Statement Following the U.S.- EU Energy Council Ministerial, Lisbon
Joint Statement on U.S.-Portugal Bilateral Cooperation
NATO Summit meetings of Heads of State and Government