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Secretary Clinton: Travel to Germany and Bulgaria

February 3, 2012 to February 5, 2012

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Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton traveled to Germany and Bulgaria. In Munich, Germany, Secretary Clinton participated in the 48th Munich Security Conference. This annual event brings together global leaders to discuss common security challenges. In her address to the Conference, the Secretary reaffirmed the fundamental importance of the transatlantic relationship and Europe’s role as an essential partner in addressing global security challenges.

While in Munich the Secretary held bilateral meetings with her European and other counterparts.

The Secretary traveled to Sofia, Bulgaria, February 5, to meet with senior Bulgarian officials and discuss a range of issues, including democratic transitions in the Middle East, our ongoing support for Afghanistan, energy security and our bilateral cooperation in international law enforcement.

02/05/2012  Meeting With Staff and Families of U.S. Embassy Sofia;  U.S. Embassy Sofia; Sofia, Bulgaria
02/05/2012  Remarks at a Roundtable With Young Roma Professionals; Embassy Sofia; Sofia, Bulgaria
02/05/2012  Remarks With Bulgarian Prime Minister Boyko Borissov After Their Meeting; Council of Ministers; Sofia, Bulgaria
02/05/2012  Remarks at Women's Breakfast; Prinz Carl Palais; Munich, Germany
02/04/2012  Remarks at the Munich Security Conference; Bayerischer Hof; Munich, Germany
02/04/2012  Remarks at Euro-Atlantic Security Community Initiative and Keynote Session Q&A; Bayerischer Hof; Munich, Germany
02/04/2012  Background Briefing; Bayerischer Hof; Munich, Germany
02/03/2012  Background Briefing En Route to Munich, Germany

Secretary's Schedule
Public Schedule for February 5, 2012
Public Schedule for February 4, 2012

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