President George W. Bush of the United States will arrive in Singapore on 16 November.
On that day he will visit the Asian Civilizations Museum. Then he will attend a U.S. Embassy event to thank the American and foreign staff working in the Embassy on behalf of the United States and Singapore. He will also see the acting President of Singapore and then meet with the Prime Minister of Singapore.
Following that meeting, the President will deliver remarks at the National University of Singapore. In his remarks, the President will highlight the importance of Asia in the world and will discuss the ways in which the United States and Asian nations are partnering together to face the challenges of poverty, disease, terrorism, and energy security.
He will then participate in a social dinner hosted by the Prime Minister of Singapore.
He leaves for HAN
on 17 November.
Adapted from White House Press Briefing by National Security Advisor Steve Hadley, 09 November 2006
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