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U.S. DEPARTMENT OF STATE
Office of the Spokesman
For Immediate Release
March 13, 2001

NOTICE TO THE PRESS

U.S. Department of State to Host U.S.-Mexico Binational Border Walk in the
Arizona/Sonora Border Area

Delegates from the United States and Mexican Governments and the border
states will participate in a Binational Border Walk to be held March 27-29,
2001, in the Arizona/Sonora border area.  Delegates will visit the
international border crossings at Douglas/Agua Prieta, Naco/Naco and
Nogales/Nogales.

The Border Walk is held annually at different locations along the
U.S.-Mexican border.  The Border Walk gives scores of U.S. and Mexican
officials from different agencies, plus representatives of the border
states, an opportunity to personally visit the border crossings and evaluate
current operations and existing infrastructure, as well as an opportunity to
discuss proposals for new border crossings and related issues.  This will be
the first Border Walk of the Bush and Fox administrations.

The United States Department of State and the Mexican Secretariat of Foreign
Relations will lead their respective delegations.  The Department of State
will host this year's Border Walk.  For further information, please contact
Jack Hinden, U.S. Department of State, at (202) 647-8529.
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