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US-EU Summit

President Bush Attends
U.S.-EU Summit in Vienna, Austria

President Bush traveled to Vienna, Austria to participate in the annual U.S.-EU Summit on June 21, 2006. This trip underscores the importance of our relationship with the European Union and provides an opportunity for the President to discuss our transatlantic agenda with European Council President Wolfgang Schuessel and European Commission President Jose Manuel Barroso.

The President and the EU leaders discussed a wide range of global challenges including preventing nuclear proliferation, combating terrorist financing, assisting reconstruction in Iraq, promoting peace and democracy in Europe and beyond, and increasing prosperity worldwide by reducing trade barriers and addressing energy security.



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