Clinton Will Visit With Troops, Guam Governor and Other Guam Representatives

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Guam – The U.S. State Department’s Assistant Secretary for East Asian and Pacific Affairs, Kurt M. Campbell, released some details about Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s stop-over on Guam on Friday October 29th.

AS PNC News’ Washington Correspondent Matt Kaye first reported yesterday, Clinton will make a brief re-fueling stop at Andersen Air Force Base on her way from Hawaii to Vietnam.

During a briefing overnight in Washington, Assistant Secretary Campbell said:

“The Secretary will meet with U.S. forces and troops that are stationed in Guam or are moving through. She will also have a bilateral meeting with the Governor and also representatives from Guam there on the base. From there, we will proceed directly to Hanoi.”

Read Campbell’s remarks about the Guam Stop-Over     

Campbell’s comment on Guam at State Department Briefing:

“We will stop in Guam. In Guam, the Secretary will meet with U.S. forces and troops that are stationed in Guam or are moving through. She will also have a bilateral meeting with the governor and also representatives from Guam there on the base. From there, we will proceed directly to Hanoi. In Hanoi, the Secretary will represent the President – special representative to the President – to the East Asia summit meeting that is underway. Secretary Clinton will make a presentation as a guest of the chair on October 30th.”