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USA at G8 2003

President Bush Arrives at G8 Summit

On Sunday June 1, President Bush arrives in Evian, France for the 2003 meeting of the G8 leaders. President Bush, President Chirac, and other G8 leaders will participate in a series of meetings and working sessions during the G8 summit.

Dr. Rice Previews the President's Trip to Europe and the Middle East
National Security Advisor Dr. Condoleezza Rice on Wednesday discussed the President's upcoming trip to Europe, Russia and the Middle East. full story

Who is part of the G8?

Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, Russia, the United Kingdom and the United States of America. The European Union also participates as a permanent non-hosting member.

Speeches and News Releases
June 2, 2003
U.S. Actions at the G-8 Summit
June 2, 2003
President Bush Meets with French President Chirac
June 2, 2003
Fact Sheet: U.S. Actions at G8 Summit, Day One
President George W. Bush poses with G8 leaders during the G8 Summit in Evian, France, Monday, June 2, 2003. From left, President Jacques Chirac of France, President Bush, Prime Minister Tony Blair of Great Britain and Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi of Italy.  White House photo by Eric Draper
June 2, 2003
Combating Terror Fact Sheet
June 2, 2003
Science and Technology Fact Sheet
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Interviews with the President
  May 29, 2003 President Previews G8 Summit and Trip to Europe
  May 29, 2003 President's Interview with TV3, France
  May 29, 2003 President's Interview with Nile TV, Egypt
  May 29, 2003 President's Interview with Al Arabiyya
  May 29, 2003 President's Interview with TVP, Poland
  President Bush Proposes 75 Percent Increase in Development Assistance
  President Bush Doubles Education Assistance to Developing Countries
  U.S. Provides More than 65 Percent of Total G-7 Assistance
  U.S. Food Contributions to World Food Program Greater Than All Other Countries Combined
  U.S. Commits $1.65 Billion to the Global Fund
  U.S. Provided 50 Percent of 2002 Bilateral Assistance to HIV/AIDS
  U.S. Leads In Share of Exports From Least Developed Countries
  U.S. Leads In Share of Exports from Sub-Saharan Africa
  U.S. Mobilizing $1.6 Billion for Clean Water to the Poor
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  2002 Summit Portal Page