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President Visits Mexico, Peru, & El Salvador: March 21-24, 2002
President George W. Bush and El Salvadorian President Francisco Flores talk privately during their bilateral meeting in San Salvador, El Salvador, Sunday, March 24, 2002. "The United States considers El Salvador a close friend and strong ally. As friends, we come to each other's aid in times of crisis," said the President, referring to aid sent by the U.S. to El Salvador after last year's earthquakes. "Since September the 11th, El Salvador has been unwavering in its support for the international coalition against terrorism."

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