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Secretary Clinton: Interview With Greta van Susteren of FOX News

2011-02-06

QUESTION: Madam Secretary, nice to see you. SECRETARY CLINTON: Great to see you, Greta. QUESTION: All right. Now, we expected that this conference would be about the START Treaty, and... Read More

Secretary Clinton: Briefing for the Traveling Press

2011-02-06

Special Briefing Hillary Rodham Clinton Secretary of State Flight from Munich to D.C. SECRETARY CLINTON: Did you get the read-out from my interview -- QUESTION: (Inaudible.) SECRETARY CLINTON: Okay. ... Read More

REMARKS BY SENATOR JOHN McCAIN AT THE MUNICH SECURITY CONFERENCE

Senator John McCain

2011-02-05

Washington, D.C. ­– U.S. Senator John McCain (R-AZ) delivered the following remarks today, Saturday, February 5, 2011 at the Munich Security Conference in Munich, Germany:   “It is always a profound... Read More

Readout of President Barack Obama’s calls to discuss Egypt, February 5

President Barack Obama

2011-02-05

The President made a number of calls to foreign leaders today to discuss the ongoing situation in Egypt. He spoke to Crown Prince Mohammed bin Zayed of the United Arab... Read More

Readout of the Vice President Joe Biden’s Call with Egyptian Vice President Omar Soliman

Vice President Joe Biden

2011-02-05

The Vice President spoke by phone today with Egyptian Vice President Omar Soliman. Vice President Biden asked about progress in beginning credible, inclusive negotiations for Egypt’s transition to a democratic... Read More

Question and Answer Session with Secretary Clinton at the Munich Security Conference

Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton

2011-02-05

AMBASSADOR WOLFGANG ISCHINGER: I have to apologize to many who wanted to be on the speaker's list. I have to close the list, because we are really running out of... Read More

Secretary Clinton: Munich Question and Answer Session at the Munich Security Conference

2011-02-05

Hillary Rodham Clinton, Secretary of State Herman Van Rompuy, President of the European Council Munich, Germany AMBASSADOR WOLFGANG ISCHINGER: I have to apologize to many who wanted to be on... Read More

Remarks by President Barack Obama and Prime Minister Stephen Harper of Canada in Joint Press Availability

President Barack Obama

2011-02-04

PRESIDENT OBAMA: Good afternoon, everyone. Please be seated. I am very pleased to be welcoming my great friend and partner, Prime Minister Stephen Harper, back to the White House to... Read More

Assistant Secretary P.J. Crowley on the Charging of Alan Gross

Assistant Secretary, Bureau of Public Affairs Philip J. Crowley

2011-02-04

As Secretary Clinton has said, Alan Gross has been harshly and unfairly jailed for too long. We deplore the Cuban government’s announcement that Cuban prosecutors intend to seek a 20... Read More

Phillip Carter: Special Briefing on the Current Situation in Cote d'Ivoire

2011-02-04

Phillip Carter III, U.S. Ambassador to Cote d'Ivoire Washington, DC MR. TONER: Good afternoon, everyone. Welcome to the State Department. It’s our great, good fortune to take advantage of the... Read More

Middle East Parntership Initiative (MEPI) Fact Sheet on Egypt

MEPI

2011-02-03

OVERVIEW MEPI’s efforts in Egypt focus on supporting the efforts of Egyptians to achieve political and economic reform, expanding civic awareness and participation, and promoting government transparency, opportunity, and fundamental... Read More

Kerry, McCain Resolution Urges Democratic Reform In Egypt

Senators John Kerry and John McCain

2011-02-03

WASHINGTON, D.C. –Responding to the rising violence in Egypt, Senator John Kerry (D-MA), Chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, and Senator John McCain (R-AZ), Ranking Member of the Senate... Read More

Senators John Kerry and John McCain: Resolution Urges Democratic Reform In Egypt

Senators John Kerry and John McCain

2011-02-03

WASHINGTON, D.C. –Responding to the rising violence in Egypt, Senator John Kerry (D-MA), Chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, and Senator John McCain (R-AZ), Ranking Member of the Senate... Read More

Readout of the Vice President Joe Biden’s Call with Egyptian Vice President Omar Soliman

Vice President Joe Biden

2011-02-03

The Vice President today spoke by phone with Egyptian Vice President Omar Soliman, reiterating President Obama’s condemnation of the recent violence in Egypt and calling for restraint by all sides.... Read More

Remarks by President Barack Obama at the National Prayer Breakfast

President Barack Obama

2011-02-03

THE PRESIDENT: Thank you so much. To the co-chairs, Jeff and Ann; to all the members of Congress who are here, the distinguished guests who’ve traveled so far to be... Read More

Press Secretary Robert Gibbs: Aboard Air Force One en route University Park, Pennsylvania

2011-02-03

The White House Office of the Press Secretary MR. GIBBS: Let me -- if I can, let me just start with a few thoughts. I want to reiterate our administration... Read More

Secretary Clinton: Remarks on Open Skies Air Services Agreement Signing

Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton

2011-02-03

Hillary Rodham Clinton, Secretary of State Croatian Deputy Prime Minister and Foreign Minister Gordan Jandrokovic Treaty Room Washington, DC SECRETARY CLINTON: Good afternoon. We’re here for a very important occasion,... Read More

STATEMENT BY SENATOR JOHN McCAIN ON THE RAPIDLY DETERIORATING SITUATION IN EGYPT

Senator John McCain

2011-02-02

Washington, D.C. ­– U.S. Senator John McCain (R-AZ) today released the following statement on the rapidly deteriorating situation in Egypt: “The rapidly deteriorating situation in Egypt leads me to the... Read More

Press Briefing by Press Secretary Robert Gibbs

Press Secretary Robert Gibbs

2011-02-02

MR. GIBBS: Good afternoon. Take us away, Mr. Feller. Q Thanks, Robert. We have your statement earlier about developments in Egypt, but I'm wondering if you could start off by... Read More

Assistant Secretary P.J. Crowley on Egypt: Attacks on Demonstrators and Journalists

Assistant Secretary, Bureau of Public Affairs, Office of the Spokesman Philip J. Crowley

2011-02-02

After days of peaceful protests in Cairo and other cities in Egypt, today we see violent attacks on peaceful demonstrators and journalists. The United States denounces these attacks and calls... Read More



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