The President's Trip to Ireland and the United Kingdom

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A child listens to the historic speech made by President Clinton in
Dundalk, Ireland. President Clinton will visit Ireland and the United Kingdom December 12-14, 2000. The visit responds to invitations from Prime Minister Blair, Taoiseach Bertie Ahern and Northern Ireland First Minister David Trimble and Deputy First Minister Seamus Mallon. Building on the progress that has been achieved in implementing the Good Friday Accord, the President hopes that his visit will help the parties and the governments to overcome current difficulties on the path to lasting peace in Northern Ireland.

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