US Senator to meet Myanmar Prime MinisterJames Webb James Webb or Jim Webb may refer to:
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Webb, who met September 19 with Myanmar Foreign Minister Nyan Win in Washington, said his meeting with the prime minister came at the invitation of UN Under-Secretary-General Ambassador Joseph Verner Reed.
"I appreciate Ambassador Reed's initiative in arranging this meeting, and I look forward to continuing the dialogue with Prime Minister Thein Shein that was begun last month," Webb said in a statement.
Thein Sein is the highest-ranking Myanmar official to attend the General Assembly in 14 years and was due to make a speech before the assembly on Monday.
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|Date:||Sep 28, 2009|
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