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05KINGSTON364
2005-02-10 18:55:00
UNCLASSIFIED
Embassy Kingston
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LETTER TO SECRETARY OF STATE RICE FROM JM MINISTER

Tags:   ECON  JM  OPDC  OPRC  PREL 
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						UNCLAS KINGSTON 000364 

SIPDIS

DEPARTMENT FOR THE SECRETARY AND WHA

E.O. 12958: N/A
TAGS: ECON JM OPDC OPRC PREL
SUBJECT: LETTER TO SECRETARY OF STATE RICE FROM JM MINISTER
OF FOREIGN AFFAIRS AND TRADE

UNCLAS KINGSTON 000364

SIPDIS

DEPARTMENT FOR THE SECRETARY AND WHA

E.O. 12958: N/A
TAGS: ECON JM OPDC OPRC PREL
SUBJECT: LETTER TO SECRETARY OF STATE RICE FROM JM MINISTER
OF FOREIGN AFFAIRS AND TRADE


1. The Embassy received a Diplomatic Note with an
accompanying letter from K.D. Knight, Minister of Foreign
Affairs and Trade, requesting it be transmitted to Dr.
Condoleezza Rice, Secretary of State.


2. Begin text:

Dr. Condoleezza Rice
Secretary of State

SIPDIS
Washington DC
USA

Dear Secretary of State,

I write to extend my sincere congratulations on your
assumption of the post of Secretary of State for the United
States of America.

You assume this important responsibility to direct America's
foreign policy in a climate filled with immense challenges as
well as significant opportunities for the conduct and
management of international relations at the bilateral level
and in the multilateral arena.

As you would be aware, Jamaica and the United States have
over the years maintained a longstanding tradition of
cooperation based on our shared values and adherence to the
democratic process and rule of law. Within this framework,
we have sought to build a cooperative partnership in pursuit
of our common interests for sustained development and
economic prosperity.

I look forward to meeting with you in the near future and to
maintaining regular dialogue and active collaboration between
our two countries, as we seek to forge even stronger
alliances and implement strategic initiatives aimed at
achieving mutually beneficial objectives for peace, stability
and the development of our entire hemisphere.

I wish you a rewarding term in office.

Yours sincerely,

K.D. Knight
Minister
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