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Published on Jan 27, 2011
From Ambassador Huebner's Blog Post:
As part of keeping you apprised of activities and efforts related to the Wellington Declaration, I will occasionally mention visitors from the U.S. who might not be noted in the traditional media. Over the past year the number of working visits by American academics, jurists, scientists, other experts, and officials has more than quadrupled. Although they do not galvanize attention the way a Cabinet arrival does, such visits are the sinews of a strong bilateral relationship. They are also often intensely interesting because of the special expertise that the visitors possess.
This week we are very fortunate to have with us my colleague Ambassador Stephen J. Rapp, Ambassador-at-Large for War Crimes Issues. The Ambassador is in town discussing with our Kiwi counterparts current global hot spots and certain joint international efforts.
Appointed by President Obama and confirmed by the Senate, Ambassador Rapp assumed his duties on September 8, 2009.