The president felt there was a very good and serious exchange of views. All issues came up at the dinner,
We have been in touch with senior levels of the Italian government to express our view that Ocalan must not go free, and we are concurrently consulting with the Germans, the Italians and the Turkish authorities regarding these reported developments,
The U.S. support for the Djukanovic government is strong and unwavering.
We have tried hard to maintain a working relationship with Belarus. The (Belarus) government has made that task even more difficult by this unnecessary, foolish and illegal provocation.
If, however, there is any new evidence that emerges, we would want to see the Salvadorans vigorously urge the government...to investigate and, if warranted, to prosecute those implicated.
a comprehensive approach to the complex factors that have sustained the growth of the narcotics industry and its associated ills in Colombia for generations.
We hope that as a result of the kind of meeting we're trying to arrange, that the various permanent members of the council can bring to bear some leverage and turn this process around before it's too late.
Humanitarian suffering and destruction could well exceed that of the 1998 offensive.
The idea is direct engagement.
We are telling them it's a very bad idea for him to come right now.
It was an illegal abduction of men in a noncombatant status. We insist they be treated humanely, and we hold Belgrade responsible for their safety.
Anyone with information is encouraged to contact the FBI and Diplomatic Security Service immediately. The United States will ensure complete confidentiality to anyone who provides information on Mr. Dahoumane, to include possible relocation to the United States.
It sounds like an initiative that merits consideration.
We come at this problem of Iraqi compliance with a high degree of skepticism about their (Iraq's) intentions.
The goal is to shine the international spotlight directly on China's human rights practices.
These are in a sense Milosevic's hostages. He's refusing to allow the basic rules of the road to be implemented. That is, that international relief agencies get access to them so that they can help them provide the bare minimum.
If Libya were to do that, then Libya would be complying, and the families and the United States that have sought justice would be getting the justice that has been denied so long.
These are the commanders, to the best of our knowledge, of the units that are in Kosovo.
We are not saying that these individuals are, to our knowledge, directly responsible for war crimes,
Essentially she has been arguing that Iraq's initial step -- this famous two-part letter -- is unacceptable because it's not an unconditional climbdown.
We're talking about many, many hundreds of pieces of equipment over the limits in the armor-combat-vehicle category.
is allowed to go free without facing charges, it would be a blow to the international fight against terrorism.
State Department spokesman James Rubin told CNN, referring to the plane crash, that there are no specific reasons to believe it's related to terrorism. ... investigating everything they can.
At the end of that presentation, she was no more convinced than she was before that the endgame has been thought through.
It will take time for us to determine if there has, indeed, been a change in that policy. We are not yet able to say that such a change has occurred.