June 23, 1987 |
Classified security arrangements for Secretary of State George P. Shultz and Defense Secretary Caspar W. Weinberger were accidentally broadcast over a taxi radio network, officials said Monday. The security breach occurred when Australia's Department of Communications gave U.S. security agents a radio frequency it thought was not used, said Joel Webster, a department spokesman. However, the messages were clearly heard by the radio dispatcher of Sydney's largest cab company, Taxis Combined.
August 10, 1988
Secretary of State George P. Shultz held talks with leaders in three Central American capitals, using each stop to lambaste Nicaragua for "repression" and for failing to comply with a regional peace plan. Shultz, on a whirlwind tour of the region one day after a bomb exploded near his motorcade in Bolivia, began the day in Costa Rica, made a two-hour stopover in Honduras and concluded his schedule in El Salvador.
July 14, 1988 |
Kuwait's prime minister said Wednesday that U.S. Secretary of State George P. Shultz will make a fifth trip to the Middle East this year to push his plan for Arab-Israeli negotiations. Sheik Saad al Abdullah al Sabah, who is also the nation's crown prince and heir apparent, wished Shultz well and joined Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak as the only Arab leaders to openly endorse Shultz's regional peace plan.