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Scoop Images: Independence Day In East Timor (2)

Published: Fri 24 May 2002 09:58 AM
Images from the New Zealand Defence Force of East Timor Independence Day Celebrations. Prime Minister Helen Clark is pictured visiting NZ troops at Suai.
OH 02-240-81 Prime Minister Helen Clark meets RNZAF personnel serving in East Timor on Independence Day.
OH 02-240-90 On behalf of the Prime Minister Helen Clark, Foreign Affairs Minister Phil Goff accepts the challenge presented by Private Winikerei from the NZ Army Battalion in Suai. The party visited NZ Defence Force personnel on Independence Day in East Timor.
OH 02-240-93 Prime Minister Helen Clark chats to the Maori Cultural Group from the NZ Army Battalion based in Suai.
OH 02-240-98 Prime Minister Helen Clark and the Foreign Affairs Minister Phil Goff talk to troops with the NZ Army Battalion in Suai.
OH 02-0241-04 NZ Army Captain Scott McIntyre briefs Prime Minister Helen Clark, Foreign Affairs Minister Phil Goff, and the Chief of Defence Force, Air Marshall Bruce Ferguson on the pre school education project that NZ will undertake as a gift to East Timor on Independence Day.
OH 02-0241-06 Prime Minister Helen Clark discusses renovations completed by NZDF personnel with the Headmaster of Sukabilaran School, Mr Manuel Gonsatves.

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