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Obama, Burmese President to Discuss Reform Progress, Challengesi
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May 18, 2013 2:08 AM
Burma's President Thein Sein holds talks on Monday with President Obama at the White House. As VOA senior White House correspondent Dan Robinson reports, the discussions will focus on progress in reforms, barriers toward greater democratization and next steps in the changing U.S. - Burma relationship.

Obama, Burmese President to Discuss Reform Progress, Challenges

Published May 17, 2013

Burma's President Thein Sein holds talks on Monday with President Obama at the White House. As VOA senior White House correspondent Dan Robinson reports, the discussions will focus on progress in reforms, barriers toward greater democratization and next steps in the changing U.S. - Burma relationship.


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