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1998 Press Statements



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December

*12/31/98: Release of Microfiche Supplement to 1961-1963 Foreign Relations Volumes on Cuba and the American Republics
*12/29/98: Cambodia: Defection of Senior Khmer Rouge Leaders
*12/29/98: Secretary Albright To Travel To Moscow
*12/28/98: Ethiopia--Professor Asrat Woldeyes
*12/28/98: Sierra Leone--Civil War
*12/28/98: Angola--Monua Plane Crash and Humanitarian Concerns
*12/28/98: New Zealand Acquisition of F-16’s UN Sanctions Commitments
*12/27/98: Surrender of Top Khmer Rouge Leaders Nuon Chea and Khieu Samphan
*12/24/98: U.S. Concerned About Kosovo Violence
*12/24/98: FRY Openly Harbors Indicted War Criminals
*12/23/98: Situation in Kosovo
*12/23/98: Expulsions from Cuban UN Mission
*12/22/98: United States Presses Europe To Adopt Fair Standards For Wireless Communications
*12/22/98: Satellite Agreement With Mexico Signed
*12/22/98: Kyrgyzstan: WTO Accession
*12/22/98: Albanian Government/Opposition Talks
*12/22/98: Notice to the Press: Press Briefing on Iraq and the Aftermath of Military Strikes
*12/21/98: China--Reported Sentencing of Xu Wenli, Wang Youcai, and Qin Yongmin
*12/21/98: Signature of Firefighting Agreement with Mexico
*12/18/98: Situation in Kosovo
*12/18/98: Guinea--Presidential Elections
*12/17/98: Notice to the Press: Briefing on Iraq
*12/16/98: Reward Offer: Suspects in Embassy Dar Es Salaam Bombing
*12/15/98: U.S. Condemns Remarks of Croatian President Tudjman
*12/15/98: Nigeria--Supreme Court Positions Filled
*12/14/98: Harold Hongju Koh to Travel to Serbia-Montenegro
*12/14/98: Estonia Citizenship Law
*12/14/98: Deaths of Writers in Iran
*12/11/98: Conclusion of Third Round of U.S.-D.P.R.K. Bilateral Talks on Suspect Underground Construction
*12/09/98: On Behalf of the Chairman of the Monitoring Group
*12/08/98: Nigeria--Local Government Elections
*12/07/98: Microfiche Supplement on U.S. National Security and Arms Control Foreign Relations of the United States, 1958-60
*12/07/98: Secretary Albright Names Halperin Director, O’brien Principal Deputy Director, Policy Planning Staff
*12/04/98: Regular Briefing To Be Followed by an Update on Kosovo
*12/04/98: Georgia: Currency Float
*12/04/98: Department Improves Immigrant Visa Processing
*12/03/98: Deputy Secretary Talbott Trip to Moscow
*12/03/98: U.S.-Cuba Migration Talks
*12/03/98: Visit to Nigeria by UN Special Rapporteur (Revised)
*12/02/98: The Ethiopia-Eritrea Border Dispute
*12/02/98: Detention of Bosnian War Criminal
*12/02/98: On Behalf of the Chairman of the Monitoring Group
*12/02/98: Secretary of State Madeleine K. Albright Will Travel To Belgium and France, December 7-10, 1998
*12/01/98: U.S. and Canada Announce Intransit Preclearance Initiative
*12/01/98: North Korea Policy Coordinator William Perry To Travel To Region
*12/01/98: OSCE: 1999 Summit Venue Agreement
*12/01/98: Secretary Albright's Travel to Florida and Georgia

November

*11/30/98: Cambodia: U.S. Welcomes Formation of new Government
*11/30/98: Under Secretary for Global Affairs Frank E. Loy To Address Population Issues
*11/27/98: Conference To Support Middle East Peace and Development
*11/27/98: Open Press for the Secretary’s Address, December 1, 1998 to the Washington Conference on Holocaust-Era Assets and Information on Press Credentials for the Conference
*11/25/98: Kazakhstan: Supreme Court Confirms Former PM Kazhegeldin Disqualified From Running
*11/25/98: United States Commends Albanian Constitutional Referendum
*11/25/98: Indonesia--Demonstrations
*11/25/98: Talks With DPRK on Suspect Underground Construction Resume
*11/24/98: Trilateral Anti-Incitement Committee
*11/24/98: On The Inauguration of Lebanese President Lahoud
*11/24/98: Change of Date for Background Briefing on the Upcoming Conference to Support Middle East Peace and Development
*11/23/98: Under Secretary Eizenstat To Preview Holocaust-Era Assets Conference
*11/23/98: Bosnia and Hezegovina and The Republic of Croatia Sign Two Important Agreements
*11/23/98: U.S. Objects To Decision by Government of Belarus To Deny Journalist Pavel Sheremet Permission To Travel To U.S.
*11/23/98: Bringing Ocalan To Justice
*11/20/98: India-United States Talks
*11/19/98: Conference To Support Middle East Peace and Development
*11/18/98: The Ethiopia-Eritrea Border Dispute
*11/18/98: Sudan: Bombing of Yei Hospital
*11/18/98: The State Department Issues A New, More-Secure U.S. Passport Featuring Digitized Imaging
*11/18/98: On Behalf of the Chairman of the Israel/Lebanon Monitoring Group
*11/18/98: Talks With DPRK on Suspect Underground Construction
*11/16/98: Harold Hongju Koh Sworn in as Assistant Secretary for Democracy, Human Rights, and Labor
*11/16/98: Notice to the Press: U.S. State Department Announces Pamela Harriman Fellowships
*11/16/98: Notice to the Press: New Features on the Department of States Foreign Affairs Network
*11/16/98: Special Relations Agreement: Federation and Croatia
*11/16/98: Bosnia and Herzegovina: Nomination of RS Prime Minister
*11/13/98: United States Concerned about Rwandan Refugee Movements
*11/13/98: $82.7 Million for UNHCR's General Program
*11/12/98: Dr. William Perry Named North Korea Policy Coordinator
*11/10/98: Joint Declaration: Ankara Statements
*11/10/98: China/Tibet--Visit of the Dalai Lama
*11/10/98: Secretary Albright Commemorates 50 Years in the United States
*11/10/98: Situation in Kosovo
*11/06/98: Special Envoy Jesse Jackson’s Trip to West Africa
*11/06/98: The Congo Conflict and Rwandan Troops
*11/06/98: Status of Victims Injured in August Bombings in Kenya and Tanzania
*11/05/98: Tibet Open Forum
*11/05/98: Secretary Albright to Meet with Dutch Foreign Minister Jozias van Aartsen
*11/05/98: Kazakhstan: Disqualification of Former PM Kazhegeldin From Presidential Election Raises U.S. Concerns
*11/04/98: Indonesia-Report by Fact-Finding Team
*11/04/98: Deputy Secretary Talbott to Address California Audiences on Russia, Kosovo, and Continuing American Leadership Abroad
*11/04/98: Reward Offer: Osama Bin Laden and Mohammad Atef
*11/04/98: John Shattuck To Be Sworn In As U.S. Ambassador to The Czech Republic
*11/04/98: Text of Statement Released in Asuncion, Paraguay
*11/03/98: President Signs Embassy Bombing Supplemental
*11/03/98: The Signing of a Peace Accord in Guinea-Bissau
*11/03/98: Town Meeting on U.S. Foreign Policy, Albuquerque, New Mexico
*11/03/98: Visit by Senior State Department Advisor for Property Restitution Issues to Moldova, Romania, and Poland
*11/03/98: Results of FAO Consultations in Rome, October 26-30
*11/02/98: Frank E. Loy Sworn in as Under Secretary of State for Global Affairs
*11/02/98: Secretary of State Madeleine K. Albright’s Travel to Asia

October

*10/30/98: New Government in Slovakia
*10/30/98: End to Special Visa Restrictions on Certain Nigerian Nationals
*10/30/98: ASEAN Regional Forum Meeting
*10/29/98: Senior Refugee Official To Access Humanitarian Situation in Kosovo, Montenegro
*10/28/98: Joint Communique on U.S.-EU High-Level Bilateral Consultations on the Environment
*10/28/98: North Korea--Meeting on Suspect Underground Construction
*10/27/98: On Behalf of the Chairman of the Monitoring Group
*10/27/98: Press Notice: Briefing on Kosovo
*10/26/98: Notice to the Press: Secretary Albright will Travel to San Jose, California and Pacific Northwest
*10/26/98: Notice to the Press: Open Forum Presentation on the Future of Kosovo
*10/26/98: Notice to the Press: Open Forum Presentation on the War in Kosovo
*10/26/98: Assistant Secretary Susan Rice's Trip to Africa
*10/23/98: African Growth and Opportunity Act
*10/23/98: Ecuador and Peru Accept Guarantor Proposal To End 50 Year Old Border Dispute
*10/22/98: Joint Statement by Deputy U.S. Secretary of State Strobe Talbott and Foreign Minister of Finland Tarja Halonen
*10/22/98: U.S. Welcomes Turkey-Syria Agreement
*10/22/98: Congress Approves Anti-Bribery Treaty Legislation
*10/21/98: U.S. Support for the International Commission on Holocaust-Era Insurance Claims
*10/20/98: Support for the Guinea-Bissau Peace Process
*10/20/98: Azerbaijan: Presidential Election
*10/20/98: The Congo Conflict
*10/19/98: Settlement of Hanish Islands Dispute
*10/19/98: Notice to Press: Application for Media Credentials for the Washington Conference on Holocaust-Era Assets
*10/19/98: U.S. Coral Reef Task Force To Strengthen International Action To Protect Coral Reefs
*10/19/98: Joint Statement on Behalf of Prime Minister Netanyahu and Chairman Arafat
*10/18/98: U.S. Commitment to Jordan
*10/16/98: Ecuador and Peru Vote To Allow Guarantors To Provide Proposal To Resolve Remaining Differences in Border Talks
*10/15/98: Sudan Ceasefire Extension
*10/15/98: U.S. Denounces Belgrade's Offensive Against Serbian Media
*10/15/98: Lebanon's President-elect Emile Lahoud
*10/14/98: Open Forum
*10/14/98: General Information for Press Covering Events at the Wye River Conference Centers
*10/14/98: On Behalf of the Chairman of the Monitoring Group
*10/14/98: Appointment of the Chairman of the Washington Conference on Holocaust-Era Assets
*10/13/98: New Programs Will Help Fight Global Landmine Battle
*10/11/98: Ordered Departure of Personnel From Embassy Belgrade
*10/10/98: Karen Kirchgasser Named Deputy Press Secretary
*10/09/98: United States Condemns Belgrade's Actions Against Serbian Civil Society
*10/09/98: U.S. Welcomes new Albanian Government
*10/09/98: Services Available to the Press
*10/09/98: U.S. Concern About Early Presidential Elections in Kazakhstan
*10/09/98: Appointment of Chairman of U.S. Delegation to the 1998 International Telecommunication Plenipotentiary Conference
*10/07/98: Situation in Liberia
*10/05/98: Latvia Referendum
*10/05/98: Bombs, Earthquakes, and Hurricanes: A Search for Hope
*10/04/98: Ambassador Holbrooke Travel to Brussels and Belgrade
*10/03/98: Women Leaders of the Western Hemisphere Gather in Montevideo, Uruguay and Hear from First Lady Hillary Rodham Clinton
*10/02/98: Authorized Departure for Embassy Belgrade
*10/02/98: U.S.-DPRK Missile Talks
*10/01/98: Cuba: Emergency Food Relief

September

*09/30/98: Latvia Referendum
*09/30/98: Four Party Talks: Third Plenary to Convene October 21
*09/30/98: Cuban Human Rights Activists Charged with Sedition
*09/30/98: Slovak Parliamentary Elections
*09/29/98: Notice of Secretary Albright's Trips to Illinois and Wisconsin
*09/29/98: Malaysia: U.S. Deeply Concerned Over Recent Developments
*09/29/98: Acheson: The Secretary of State Who Created the American World
*09/28/98: On Behalf of the Chairman of the Monitoring Group
*09/28/98: Detention of Bosnian War Criminal
*09/25/98: Government Statement on the Liberian Situation
*09/25/98: Cambodia: U.S. Deplores Rocket Attack on Motorcade
*09/25/98: Joint Statement on Terrorism
*09/25/98: Tajikistan: Suspension of Embassy Operations
*09/25/98: Establishment of "Friends of Albania"
*09/24/98: U.S.-Panama Joint Statement on Termination of MCC Talks
*09/24/98: Joint Statement Following the Eighth Session of the U.S.-GCC Economic Dialogue
*09/24/98: Head of Bureau of Consular Affairs Nominated for Highest Rank in the Foreign Service
*09/23/98: Joint Statement by Senior Telecommunications Officials from U.S. and Mexico
*09/23/98: U.S.-Canada-Mexico Trilateral Meeting
*09/23/98: Situation in Liberia
*09/23/98: U.S. Welcomes Talks on Kosovo Between UNHCR Ogata and President Milosevic
*09/23/98: U.S. Assistance to Sudan
*09/22/98: The Congo Conflict
*09/21/98: North Korea--Additional Food Assistance
*09/20/98: Joint U.S.-Japan Statement: Security Consultative Committee
*09/18/98: United States Assumes Chair of the Arctic Council
*09/16/98: Secretary of State Albright To Preside Over Brazil's Accession to NPT
*09/16/98: On Behalf of the Chairman of the Monitoring Group
*09/15/98: U.S. Welcomes Talks Between the Governments of Croatia and the "FRY" on Prevlaka
*09/15/98: U.S. Calls on Lithuania To Bring To Trial Accused War Criminal
*09/14/98: U.S. Condemns Violence in Albania
*09/12/98: U.S. Welcomes Ploce/Neum Agreement Between Bosnia and Herzegovina and the Republic of Croatia
*09/11/98: Nomination for Ambassador to Luxembourg
*09/10/98: U.S. To Sign Rotterdam Convention on Prior Informed Consent for Certain Hazardous Chemicals and Pesticides in International Trade
*09/10/98: U.S.-D.P.R.K. Talks
*09/10/98: Admiral William Crowe Sworn in as Chairman of Accountability Review Boards for Embassy Bombings
*09/08/98: South Korea: Visit of Foreign Minister
*09/08/98: Burma--Detention of Opposition Figures
*09/08/98: Nigeria: Release of Ogoni 19
*09/08/98: On Behalf of the Chairman of the Monitoring Group
*09/08/98: Foreign Relations Volume: Soviet Union
*09/06/98: Bosnia-Herzegovina: Threatened Boycott of Elections
*09/05/98: Afghanistan
*09/04/98: Seminar on Holocaust Insurance Issues in Prague
*09/03/98: Secretary of State's visit to Vienna, Austria
*09/03/98: Notice to the Press: National Convention of the American Legion
*09/01/98: Angola: Suspension of UNITA from the Government
*09/01/98: On Behalf of the Chairman of the Monitoring Group

August

* 08/31/98: The NAM Meeting in Durban
* 08/27/98: State Department Urges End to Congo Fighting
* 08/27/98: U.S. Representative to Kedo
* 08/27/98: United States Supports Cease-Fire Agreement in Guinea-Bissau
* 08/26/98: Nigeria: Elections Timetable Announced
* 08/26/98: Violence in Northern Israel and Southern Lebanon
* 08/26/98: Official Visits Kosovo to Promote Return of Internally Displaced Persons
* 08/24/98: U.S. Supports Southern African Development Community (SADC) Initiative to End Congo Crisis
* 08/24/98: Secretary Albright's Travel to Croatia, Bosnia, Russia and Austria
* 08/21/98: Burma--August 21 Deadline for Convening the Parliament
* 08/20/98: Cambodia--Grenade Attack
* 08/20/98: USG Contribution to UNHCR Will Help Refugee Children
* 08/20/98: Burma--Aung San Suu Kyi
* 08/19/98: Notice to Press: Announcement of Agreement Between Generali, Holocaust Survivor Organizations, and U.S. Insurance Commissioners
* 08/19/98: The United States Supports Regional Efforts to End Congo Crisis
* 08/19/98: Moldova: Acting Secretary Talbott's Meeting with Moldovan Foreign Minister Tabacaru
* 08/18/98: Afghanistan: Missing Iranian Diplomats
* 08/18/98: Release of the Department's Report on Compliance with the Helsinki Agreement for 1998
* 08/18/98: Women to Convene in Northern Ireland
* 08/14/98: Temporary Suspension of U.S. Embassy Public Operations in Albania
* 08/14/98: Postponement of Travel by the Secretary to Santa Fe
* 08/13/98: Kosovar Albanian Negotiating Team
* 08/12/98: Notice to Press: Settlement of Class Action Suits
* 08/12/98: On Behalf of the Chairman of the Monitoring Group
* 08/12/98: Foreign Relations Volume: China
* 08/07/98: Afghanistan: U.S. Calls for Cease-Fire and Negotiations
* 08/07/98: Indonesia: East Timor Talks
* 08/07/98: Japan--Visit of Foreign Minister Komura to Washington
* 08/07/98: State Department Calls for End of Human Rights Violation in Congo Crisis
* 08/06/98: Ethiopia: Expulsion of Eritreans
* 08/05/98: Democratic Republic of The Congo
* 08/05/98: U.S. Condemns Killings of Israelis in the West Bank
* 08/04/98: On Behalf of the Chairman of the Monitoring Group
* 08/04/98: Sudan: Resumption of Peace Talks
* 08/03/98: Diversity Immigrant Visa Program (DV-2000)

July

* 07/31/98: TDA-Funded Caspian Gas Study Winner Announced
* 07/31/98: Nevis Referendum on Secession From St. Kitts-Nevis Federation
* 07/31/98: Milosevic Assurances of Access and Refugee Returns
* 07/31/98: Bombing in Travnik Kills Croat Police Officer
* 07/30/98: Threat to U.S. Citizens in St. Kitts
* 07/30/98: Williams Agreement With Lithuania
* 07/28/98: UN Special Conference on Sierra Leone
* 07/23/98: Secretary Meets with Bosnia and Herzegovina President Zubak
* 07/22/98: On Behalf of the Chairman of the Monitoring Group
* 07/22/98: Tajikistan: Condemnation of UN Murders
* 07/22/98: Joint Statement by Secretary of State Albright and Croatian Minister of Foreign Affairs Granic
* 07/16/98: Libertad Act, Title III
* 07/15/98: Kidnappings of Serb Civilians in Kosovo
* 07/15/98: Visit of Romanian President Emil Constantinescu
* 07/15/98: Agreed Joint Statement
* 07/14/98: Kosovo: Artificial Shortage of Commercial Commodities
* 07/13/98: Notice to the Press: Secretary's Welcoming Remarks at 1998 Consultation with American Indian and Alaska Native Tribes
* 07/13/98: Signing of U.S.-U.K. Maritime Counter-Drug Agreement
* 07/11/98: Nigeria: Autopsy Results--Chief M.K.O. Abiola
* 07/10/98: U.S. Government To Provide Funding for OAS Special Rapporteur on Freedom of Expression
* 07/10/98: July 13 Air Commemorative Ceremony Off Cuba
* 07/10/98: United States Participates in Multilateral Negotiations To Control Persistent Organic Pollutants
* 07/10/98: Secretary Albright's Travel to Australia and New Zealand
* 07/10/98: Secretary Albright's Travel to ASEAN Regional Forum and Post-Ministerial Conference
* 07/09/98: U.S.-Canada Fail To Reach Interim Agreement on Northern Pacific Salmon Fisheries
* 07/09/98: Decision by Albanian Democratic Party To Boycott Parliament
* 07/09/98: Secretary of State Madeleine K. Albright's Induction into the Women's Hall of Fame
* 07/08/98: United States-European Commission High-Level Fisheries Consultation
* 07/07/98: On Behalf of the Chairman of the Monitoring Group
* 07/07/98: Sri Lanka: Verdict in Human Rights Case
* 07/07/98: Visit of Croatian Opposition Politicians
* 07/07/98: Belarus: Ultimatum
* 07/06/98: Belarus: Further Violation of Vienna Convention
* 07/06/98: Visit of Croatian Opposition Politicians
* 07/03/98: U.S. and Canada Reach Agreement on Washington-British Columbia Boundary Area Fisheries
* 07/02/98: Sudan: Humanitarian Crisis
* 07/02/98: On Behalf of the Chairman of the Monitoring Group
* 07/02/98: Recent Disturbances in Algeria
* 07/01/98: U.S. Contribution to the Sierra Leonean Crisis and Liberian Repatriation

June

* 06/30/98: U.S. Welcomes Growth of Pluralism in Bosnia
* 06/29/98: U.S. Support for Humanitarian Needs Related to the Kosovo Crisis
* 06/29/98: Visit of Macedonian Prime Minister Crvenkovski
* 06/25/98: U.S-Cuba Migration Talks
* 06/25/98: Statement on the Togo Presidential Election
* 06/25/98: Organizing Seminar for Washington Holocaust-Era Assets To Take Place June 30
* 06/24/98: On Behalf of the Chairman of the Monitoring Group
* 06/24/98: Croatian Refugee Return Plan
* 06/23/98: U.S. Position on Self-Initiating Prosecutor at the Rome Conference on Establishment of International Criminal Court
* 06/23/98: Release of Documents Relating to the 1980 Murders of Four U.S. Religious Workers in El Salvador
* 06/22/98: New Slovak Election Law
* 06/22/98: Belarus: Recall of Ambassador Speckhard
* 06/22/98: Czech Parliamentary Elections
* 06/22/98: U.S. Releases Proposal on Elements of Crimes at the Rome Conference on the Establishment of an International Criminal Court
* 06/22/98: Department Response to June 21 Election Victory of Andres Pastrana as Next President of Colombia
* 06/22/98: Plastic Explosives Marking Convention
* 06/17/98: Notice to the Press: Secretary Albright's Address at the Asia Society Annual Dinner
* 06/16/98: On Behalf of the Chairman of the Monitoring Group
* 06/15/98: Announcement of the Secretary's Intention To Create a Bureau of Western Hemispheric Affairs
* 06/15/98: Secretary Albright's Address at the Asia Society Annual Dinner
* 06/14/98: U.S. Successfully Evacuates U.S. Citizens and Personnel from Guinea-Bissau
* 06/12/98: U.S. Participation in the Rome Conference on the Establishment of an International Criminal Court
* 06/12/98: Eizenstat to Visit Middle East, North Africa
* 06/11/98: On Behalf of the Chairman of the Monitoring Group
* 06/10/98: Humanitarian Mission Focuses on Sierra Leone, Region
* 06/10/98: OAU Resolution on Libya
* 06/08/98: Guinea-Bissau: Rebels Stage Attempted Military Coup
* 06/08/98: 1998 U.S.-ASEAN Business Council U.S. Ambassadors Tour
* 06/05/98: Secretary Albright To Host U.S.-Mexico Binational Commission
* 06/05/98: Karachi: Reward Offer
* 06/05/98: Ethiopia/Eritrea Dispute
* 06/05/98: Background Briefing: U.S.-Mexico Binational Commission Meetings
* 06/03/98: Terrorist Attacks in Tehran
* 06/03/98: The Dispute Between Ethiopia and Eritrea
* 06/01/98: Skirmishes Along the Ethiopian-Eritrean Border
* 06/01/98: India-Pakistan: Perm-5 Meeting

May

* 05/30/98: Meeting with Kosovo Albanian Leader Ibrahim Rugova
* 05/30/98: Pakistan: Second Nuclear Test
* 05/29/98: Nigeria: Senior-Level U.S. Government Visit
* 05/27/98: U.S.-Bulgarian Economic Bilateral Working Group
* 05/27/98: Nigeria: Recent Arrests of Pro-Democracy Leaders
* 05/27/98: Tajikistan: Concern about Political Party Law: Its Effect on the Peace Process
* 05/26/98: Secretary Albright to attend OAS General Assembly in Caracas
* 05/26/98: Secretary Albright's Letter to EU on Subsidized Barley Sale
* 05/26/98: Joint Press Statement on Anti-Personnel Landmines
* 05/25/98: Release of Switzerland's Historical Study on Nazi-Era Assets
* 05/22/98: Report to Congress on U.S. Citizens Missing in Cyprus Since 1974
* 05/22/98: Secretary Albright's Travel to the NATO Ministerial
* 05/21/98: Increased Hostilities in Abkhazia, Georgia
* 05/21/98: Sierra Leone: Rebel Atrocities Against Civilians
* 05/21/98: Multilateral Dolphin Protection Agreement Signed at Ceremony
* 05/19/98 Sri Lanka: Killing of Jaffna Mayor
* 05/19/98 Conference on Global Humanitarian Demining
* 05/18/98 International Dolphin Protection Agreement, Signing Ceremony
* 05/18/98 Background Briefing: Conference on Global Humanitarian Demining
* 05/15/98 Reverend Jesse Jackson's Third Trip to Africa
* 05/14/98 State Department Signs Electronic Commerce Agreement With the U.S. Army
* 05/13/98 Joint Press Statement: U.S.-China Law Enforcement Joint Liaison Group
* 05/13/98 Notice to the Press: Secretary's Trip to The Hague
* 05/13/98 Secretary Albright To Meet Again With Prime Minister Netanyahu
* 05/13/98 Cuba: Implementation of March 20 Measures
* 05/12/98 Colombia: Army Commander's Remarks on Human Rights Criticism
* 05/12/98 Secretary's Travel to Europe
* 05/12/98 Turkey: Human Rights Leader Birdal Shot, Critically Wounded
* 05/11/98 Notice to the Press: Background Briefing on Implementation of Humanitarian Measures for Cuban People
* 05/11/98 G-8 Forest Action Program
* 05/07/98 Joint Statement on U.S.-Mongolian Relations
* 05/06/98 1998 U.S.-Oman Bilateral Consultations
* 05/06/98 Niger
* 05/06/98 Israel-Lebanon Monitoring Group
* 05/06/98 On Behalf of the Chairman of the Monitoring Group
* 05/06/98 Results of the Diversity Immigrant Visa Program (DV-99)
* 05/05/98 OECD Convention on Combating Bribery of Foreign Public Officials
* 05/04/98 Release of Foreign Relations Volume on International Monetary and Trade Policy
* 05/04/98 Sea Turtle Conservation and Shrimp Imports
* 05/01/98 U.S. to Co-Sponsor Bamako Workshop on Democracy and Good Governance
* 05/01/98 Papua New Guinea-Bougainville Ceasefire
* 05/01/98 Moscow Visa Unit Wins Public Service Award
* 05/01/98 U.S. Welcomes Croatia's Extradition Request To Prosecute Dinko Sakic for Crimes Committed During the Holocaust and Swift Action by Argentina To Arrest Sakic

April

* 04/29/98 U.S. Joins UNHCR in Remembering Victimized Relief Workers
* 04/29/98 Nigeria: Convictions of Alleged Coup Plotters
* 04/29/98 Release of Annual Report on Patterns of Global Terrorism
* 04/27/98 The Killing of Bishop Gerardi in Guatemala
* 04/22/98 Notice to Press: Upcoming trip by Secretary Albright to Japan, China, South Korea, and Mongolia
* 04/22/98 U.S. Sponsors International Seminar on Human Rights and Migrants
* 04/21/98 UN Human Rights Commission Vote on Cuba Resolution
* 04/21/98 U.S. Welcomes Indonesian Decision Providing Access to Acehnese
* 04/20/98 Mexico: Death of Octavio Paz
* 04/17/98 Secretary's Address at the Natural History Museum
* 04/17/98 Democratic Republic of the Congo: UN Human Rights Investigative Team
* 04/16/98 Latvian Government Proposes Legislation To Facilitate Integration of National Minorities
* 04/16/98 UN Report of the Secretary General on Promoting Durable Peace and Sustainable Development in Africa
* 04/15/98 State Department's "Digital Diplomacy for Students" To Be Included in New Interagency Web Site
* 04/15/98 Presidential Delegation To Be Led by Talbott
* 04/10/98 The Northern Ireland Peace Agreement
* 04/10/98 Death of Pilgrims in Mecca
* 04/09/98 Secretary's April 8 Meeting with Philippine Foreign Secretary Siazon
* 04/09/98 Presentation of Secure Cellular Telephones
* 04/09/98 Secretary's Trip to Asia
* 04/07/98 State Department Regrets Suspension of Human Rights Group
* 04/07/98 Release of Foreign Relations Volume on Laos
* 04/04/98 Deputy Secretary Talbott Commemorates Tenth Anniversary of the Opening of the U.S. "Nuclear Risk Reduction Center"
* 04/03/98 U.S. Pledge to UNDCP for Burma
* 04/02/98 Establishing an International Criminal Court

March

* 03/31/98 Trip by Under Secretary Pickering to Asia
* 03/31/98 Tribute to Mayor Elias Freij of Bethlehem
* 03/30/98 Secretary of State Albright To Travel to Vermont and New Hampshire
* 03/30/98 Travel by the Secretary to the Caribbean
* 03/26/98 Freedom of Worship in Laos
* 03/23/98 Release of Foreign Relations Volume on Vietnam
* 03/20/98 Notice of Remarks by Secretary Albright on U.S. Relations with Cuba
* 03/18/98 Global Agreement on Prior Informed Consent for Especially Dangerous Chemicals
* 03/16/98 Department of State Electronic Services
* 03/16/98 Anniversary of the Halabja Massacre
* 03/16/98 State Department Electronic Reading Room Web Site Inaugurated
* 03/13/98 U.S. Support for Yugoslav War Crimes Tribunal Investigations in Kosovo
* 03/11/98 Deputy Secretary Talbott To Address Seminar on EU
* 03/11/98 U.S. Condemns Attack on Karen Camp in Thailand
* 03/10/98 Roberts Owen To Serve as Senior Federal Negotiator for Pacific Salmon
* 03/10/98 The Second Plenary Session of Four Party Peace Talks
* 03/10/98 The Acting Secretary's Meeting with Slovak Parliamentarians
* 03/06/98 Korea--Press Arrangements for Four Party Talks
* 03/05/98 Services Available to the Press
* 03/05/98 Historian's Office Page Added to Web Site
* 03/05/98 Secretary Albright's Travel to Spain
* 03/03/98 Department of State Welcomes SFRC Vote on NATO Enlargement
* 03/02/98 Violence in Kosovo
* 03/02/98 Joint Communique on U.S.-EU High-Level Bilateral Consultations on the Environment
* 03/02/98 Secretary Albright's Upcoming Travels to Europe and Canada

February

* 02/27/98 Special Envoy on Nonproliferation
* 02/25/98 Afghanistan: U.S. Contributions for Earthquake Victims
* 02/25/98 Release of the 1998 International Narcotics Control Strategy Report (INCSR)
* 02/25/98 Senior U.S. Officials Head Delegation at International Migration Conference
* 02/25/98 U.S.-Japan Consultative Committee on Fisheries Concludes Sixth Meeting
* 02/25/98 Statement on Kuwait's National Day
* 02/24/98 State Department Alerts Students to Risks of Overseas Travel
* 02/23/98 February 24 Commemoration Events
* 02/23/98 A New Web Site for Teachers and Students
* 02/19/98 Secretary Hosts Central American Foreign Ministers
* 02/18/98 Remarks at Ohio State Univesity
* 02/17/98 Ecuador-Peru Peace Talks
* 02/13/98 Travel of Secretary of State Albright
* 02/13/98 Sierra Leone: ECOMOG Expels Junta Leaders From Freetown
* 02/11/98 Afghanistan: Relief Efforts for Earthquake Victims
* 02/09/98 Laser Visa To Replace Border Crossing Card
* 02/06/98 Fifth Anniversary of Kidnapping of New Tribes Missionaries
* 02/06/98 Events by Secretary of State Madeleine K. Albright
* 02/04/98 Sarajevo Returns Conference

January

* 01/30/98 Joint Statement by Acting Secretary Talbott and Croatian Defense Minister Susak
* 01/30/98 Ecuadorian Foreign Minister Receives Assurances of U.S. Support for Ecuador-Peru Talks
* 01/30/98 U.S. Condemns Abduction of Refugee Worker
* 01/30/98 Remarks by Acting Secretary of State Strobe Talbott and Assistant Secretary for Democracy, Human Rights and Labor John Shattuck on 1997 Country Report on Human Rights
* 01/30/98 State Department Welcomes AFL-CIO Endorsement of NATO Enlargement
* 01/30/98 Remarks at Signing of International Space Station Partners Agreement
* 01/29/98 Fees for Consular Services Change February 1
* 01/28/98 Secretary Albright's Lunch with Slovak President
* 01/28/98 Release of the 1997 Country Report on Human Rights Practices
* 01/28/98 Secretary Albright's Travel to Europe and the Middle East
* 01/27/98 India: Massacre in Kashmir
* 01/27/98 Ambassador Richardson's Travel to Capitals of United Nations Security Council Member States
* 01/22/98 USG Statement on Apprehension of Bosnian War Criminal
* 01/22/98 U.S. Support for Dr. Gro Harlem Brundtland as Director General of the World Health Organization
* 01/22/98 UN Special Rapporteur on Religious Intolerance Visit to the U.S.
* 01/22/98 Contributions by Sweden and the Netherlands to Holocaust Fund
* 01/21/98 U.S. Provides $90 Million for Refugee Assistance
* 01/21/98 Sierra Leone: Awards for Heroism
* 01/20/98 Ecuador-Peru: Historic Agreement on Border Dispute
* 01/15/98 Operation Windmill: Visa Fraud and Alien Smuggling Investigation
* 01/15/98 U.S. Nominates Brunson McKinley for Director General of IOM
* 01/15/98 Situation in Montenegro
* 01/15/98 U.S. Travelers to Cuba During Papal Visit
* 01/14/98 Angola
* 01/13/98 On Behalf of the Chairman of the Monitoring Group
* 01/13/98 German Government Agreement on Holocaust Compensation
* 01/12/98 U.S. Support for Palestinian Refugees Includes Gaza Shelter Rehabilitation
* 01/12/98 Pacific Salmon
* 01/12/98 Notice to the Press: Secretary Albright's Year-end Policy Address
* 01/12/98 Arrest of Nathan Hill
* 01/09/98 Afghanistan: Threats to Humanitarian Relief Operation
* 01/09/98 Burundi: Condemnation of January 1 Attack
* 01/09/98 Lyndon L. Olson Jr. To Be Sworn In as U.S. Ambassador to Sweden
* 01/08/98 Contact Group Statement on Kosovo
* 01/08/98 Contact Group Statement on Bosnia, Republika Srpska, Croatia, and Montenegro
* 01/07/98 President Khatami Interview on CNN
* 01/05/98 U.S. Contributes Funding To Help Promote Return of Refugees in the Former Yugoslavia

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