Middle East

    • Secretary Kerry Greets Crew of Air Force Plane Flying Him to Iraq.
    • Secretary Kerry Greets Crew of Air Force Plane Flying Him to Iraq.
    • Secretary Kerry Talks With Traveling Press Corps En Route to Iraq.
    • Secretary Kerry Looks Out Over Iraq on Flight Into Embassy Baghdad.
    • Helicopter Flying Secretary Kerry Into Embassy Baghdad Silhouetted on Banks of Tigris River.
    • Secretary Kerry Arrives at Embassy Baghdad for Meetings With Iraqi Leaders.
    • Ambassador Beecroft Welcomes Secretary Kerry to Baghdad.
    • Secretary Kerry, Ambassador Beechcroft, Deputy Assistant Secretary McGurk Walk Across Embassy Baghdad.
    • Secretary Kerry Receives Briefing From Top Advisers in Iraq.
    • Iraqi Foreign Minister Escorts Secretary Kerry to Meeting With Prime Minister al-Maliki.
    • Iraqi Prime Minister al-Maliki Greets Secretary Kerry Upon Arrival for Meeting in Baghdad.
    • Secretary Kerry Sits With Iraqi Prime Minister al-Maliki Before Meeting in Baghdad.
    • Secretary Kerry, Other Top Iraqi Advisers Sit Before Meeting With Prime Minister al-Maliki.
    • Secretary Kerry Meets With Islamic Supreme Council of Iraq Leader Hakim in Baghdad.
    • Secretary Kerry Chats With Islamic Supreme Council of Iraq Leader Hakim, Other Officials in Baghdad.
    • Secretary Kerry Sits With Islamic Supreme Council of Iraq Leader Hakim in Baghdad.
    • Secretary Kerry is Greeted by Media Adviser to Iraqi Council of Representatives Speaker Nujaifi in Baghdad.
    • Secretary Kerry Meets With Iraqi Council of Representatives Speaker Nujaifi in Baghdad.
    • Secretary Kerry, Iraqi Council of Representatives Speaker Nujaifi and Teams Sit For Meeting in Baghdad.

    Secretary Kerry's Travel to Baghdad, June 22-23, 2014.

    Published June 23, 2014


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