» Wednesday, June 9, 2004


The Prime Minister’s Spokesman (PMS) advised journalists that the Prime Minister was in Georgia today to attend the G8 Summit. This morning, he would have a bilateral with President Bush. This would be followed by a discussion by G8 leaders on the Middle East. A number of Middle Eastern leaders were in Georgia this week, including the King of Jordan, the President of Algeria, the President of Yemen and President Karzai of Afghanistan.

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  1. President Karzai of Afghanistan. I think they may have made a mistake with the spelling. it should be "Puppet" not "President".

    Comment by dikkie — 9 Jun 2004 on 4:02 pm | Link
  2. Someone spelt "President" wrong in Reagan’s obituary too.

    Comment by lodjer — 9 Jun 2004 on 4:12 pm | Link
  3. Nah; they’re just going to reuse the same obituary when Nancy goes. 🙂

    Comment by Gregory Block — 18 Jun 2004 on 4:14 pm | Link

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