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For Immediate Release
Office of the First Lady
November 16, 2006

Mrs. Bush's Remarks During a Visit to the National Library Building in Singapore
The National Library


1:51 P.M. Local

MRS. BUSH: President Bush and I are so happy to have this opportunity to visit Singapore. We went this morning to the Asian cultures museum and had a great visit there. He's making a courtesy call right now on your Deputy President, because your President is out of the country. And tonight we'll see your Prime Minister and be here for a dinner.

I want to tell you how important our relationship with Singapore is, and how we value our friendship with the people of Singapore.

Thanks, everybody.

END 1:52 P.M. Local

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