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"With congressional action now finished on the budget for Fiscal Year 2001, the scorecard is complete, and I am pleased to report that, in real terms, funding for international affairs has increased almost 17 percent since I became Secretary of State. This year, excluding our last-minute supplemental for the Middle East, Congress appropriated virtually the full amount of funds requested by President Clinton. This reflects a dramatic turnaround from the period between Fiscal Years 1991 and 1997, when funding dropped by almost 30 percent. As a result, the new Secretary will inherit an overall budgetary situation that is more favorable than at any time in the 1990s."

--Secretary Albright, December 20, 2000

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