Statement on the Request for Fiscal Year 2005 Supplemental Appropriations for Ongoing Military and Intelligence Operations and Selected Other International Activities

February 2005
Weekly Compilation of Presidential Documents;2/21/2005, Vol. 41 Issue 7, p236
Government Documents
Presents a statement issued by U.S. President George W. Bush on February 14, 2005, concerning the request for supplemental appropriations for ongoing military and intelligence operations and selected other international activities. Contribution of the U.S. to the establishment of democracy in Iraq; Importance of the request to the welfare of the Armed Forces deployed in international military operations; Efforts of the U.S. to eliminate international terrorism.


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