Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton traveled to Geneva, Switzerland on February 27 to 28. While in Geneva, she held consultations with her counterparts on the situation in Libya, and events and trends in the broader Middle East. She also addressed the high-level segment of the 16th session of the United Nations Human Rights Council.
-02/28/2011 Remarks to the Press
-02/28/2011 Interview With Michele Kelemen of National Public Radio
-02/28/2011 Interview With Kim Ghattas of British Broadcasting Corporation
-02/28/2011 Remarks at the Conference on Disarmament
-02/28/2011 Remarks at the Human Rights Council
-02/27/2011 Briefing on Plane Before Departure for Geneva, Switzerland
-02/26/2011 Holding the Qadhafi Government Accountable
-02/25/2011 Special Session of the Human Rights Council on the Situation in Libya
-02/23/2011 President Obama's Remarks on the Turmoil in Libya
-02/21/2011 Statement on the Situation in Libya
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