February 25, 2013
By David Blair
Mr Kerry chose London for the first stop of his first overseas visit as secretary of state. After meeting the Prime Minister for breakfast and holding several hours of talks with William Hague, the Foreign Secretary, Mr Kerry hailed Britain as a “remarkable partner”.
His presence in London was “no accident”, said Mr Kerry, adding: “When you think of everything that binds the US and Great Britain together, there is a reason why we call this a special relationship.”
Mr Hague, for his part, said the Anglo-American “partnership” in “diplomacy, intelligence and defence has no equal anywhere in the world”.
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