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March 25, 2005
Dear Mr. Snow:
I would like to say again thanks for your wonderful speech and presentation during the University of Vermont talk.
Sincerely, this was the first time, since I arrived in the US, I meet someone saying the truth and showing the reality of my country, the Democratic Republic of Congo.
The situation in the great lakes region is very complicated, with the involvement of many companies, states, politicians...
You're taking a big risk by doing your job for the benefits of our communities'
I'm so proud of you and may God bless you during your next trip.
I also want to tell you that I've learned more in one night with your presentation about the situation of my country than for two years since I've been living in the US.
But, my big concern still there without answers ... Why those big American's companies and some politicians give their support to the non-democratic regimes of Rwanda and Uganda to suffer the Congolese people ? Are they more humans than us ?
Hopefully, during our upcoming interview I'll share with you my opinion about the war in my country.
Paul XXXX XXXX
[A former official, born in the Democratic Republic of Congo, who was forced to flee due to his political interests.]
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