Public Support for NATO is Critical, State Department Official Says
Washington, 28 October - The U.S. administration wants a robust NATO enlargement at the Prague summit and President George W. Bush might make a decision on the matter even before U.S. midterm elections on 5 November, although his decision was originally expected after the elections. "We're consulting with the Congress and our allies. We don't want to repeat what happened in Madrid. We don't want any surprises and once we have made our decision, we'll let everyone know," Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for European and Eurasian Affairs, Heather Conley, said in an interview for STA.
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