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U.S. president leaves for Thailand to continue Asian tour
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16:37, August 06, 2008

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U.S. President George W. Bush finished his two-day official visit to South Korea and left for Thailand Wednesday afternoon.

During Bush's two-day visit to Seoul, Bush held summit meeting with his South Korean counterpart Lee Myung-bak. The two leaders issued a joint statement after the summit.

Bush also visited a U.S. military base in Seoul to encourage the U.S. military troops stationed in the Northeast Asian country.

Bush will continue his three-nation Asian tour. He is set to arrive in Thailand late on Wednesday and fly to Beijing on Thursday to attend the opening ceremony for the Beijing Olympics Friday evening.  


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