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 Home > News & Policies > November 2006

For Immediate Release
Office of the Press Secretary
November 18, 2006

President Bush Meets with Prime Minister Abe of Japan and President Roh of the Republic of Korea
Sheraton Hanoi Hotel
Hanoi, Vietnam

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     Fact sheet APEC 2006

1:02 P.M. (Local)

PRESIDENT BUSH: I want to thank the leaders of two of America's strongest allies, the President of South Korea and the Prime Minister of Japan, for joining in this trilateral discussion. It is an important dialogue between three democracies, all of which are committed to peace and security. I look forward to discussing a wide range of issues with these two leaders. There is no doubt when we work together we can bring peace and stability, and prosperity for our peoples.


President George W. Bush sits with President Roh Moo-Hyun, of the Republic of Korea, left, and Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe during a trilateral discussion Saturday, Nov. 18, 2006, at the Sheraton Hanoi hotel in Hanoi, where they are participating in the Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation summit. White House photo by Eric Draper And so I want to thank you all very much for joining. I appreciate your time, and I'm looking forward to our dialogue. Thank you.

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