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Bolton is speaking

US ambassador John Bolton looks much taller when he is sitting down. "We cannot allow the reform effort to be derailed," he says. And he's also "glad to hear" that so many member-countries denounce terrorism. Me too.

September 17, 2005 in Un Summit 2005 | Permalink

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