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부시 미 대통령, 유럽 순방에서 귀국 (E)


부시 미국 대통령이 일주일간의 유럽 순방을 마치고 어제 밤 귀국했습니다.

부시 대통령은 어제 영국의 고든 브라운 총리와 유럽 순방 마지막 기착지인 북아일랜드의 벨파스트를 방문했습니다. 부시 대통령은 이 자리에서 북아일랜드가 보여준 평화의지와 카톨릭-개신교사이의 화해 증진을 환영했습니다.

앞서 영국의 브라운 총리는 런던에서 부시 대통령과 공동기자회견을 갖고, 아프가니스탄에 관한 미국과 북대서양조약기구의 새 작전 구상을 지지하는 일련의 조치들을 발표하고 이라크주둔 미국주도 연합군을 지지했으며, 이란에 대한 새 제재조치도 발표했습니다.

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U.S. President George Bush has returned to Washington, ending his week-long trip to European capitals.

The president returned to the White House Monday night, Washington time.

On his last stop, Belfast, Northern Ireland, Monday, President Bush was accompanied by British Prime Minister Gordon Brown. Mr. Bush hailed progress made towards peace and Catholic-Protestant reconciliation. He also praised the province's power-sharing government.

Earlier in London, Prime Minister Brown unveiled a series of measures aimed at supporting new U.S.-NATO military initiatives in Afghanistan, and support for the U.S.-led military coalition in Iraq. He also announced new sanctions against Iran.

The Bush visit began last week in Slovenia, where he joined European leaders at a conference aimed at strengthening the U.S.-European alliance. The president also helped celebrate the 60th anniversary of the Marshall Plan, which provided U.S. reconstruction aid to Europe after World War Two.

Mr. Bush and his wife, Laura, also visited Germany, Italy, the Vatican and France.


U.S. President George Bush has returned to Washington, ending his week-long trip to European capitals.

The president returned to the White House Monday night, Washington time.

On his last stop, Belfast, Northern Ireland, Monday, President Bush was accompanied by British Prime Minister Gordon Brown. Mr. Bush hailed progress made towards peace and Catholic-Protestant reconciliation. He also praised the province's power-sharing government.

Earlier in London, Prime Minister Brown unveiled a series of measures aimed at supporting new U.S.-NATO military initiatives in Afghanistan, and support for the U.S.-led military coalition in Iraq. He also announced new sanctions against Iran.

The Bush visit began last week in Slovenia, where he joined European leaders at a conference aimed at strengthening the U.S.-European alliance. The president also helped celebrate the 60th anniversary of the Marshall Plan, which provided U.S. reconstruction aid to Europe after World War Two.

Mr. Bush and his wife, Laura, also visited Germany, Italy, the Vatican and France.


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