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Welcome to the photo gallery for the 2002–2003 report. This section is an add on to the electronic version of this year's report capturing the photos used in the print report to create this electronic gallery. Each picture and caption is also displayed in its associated section throughout the report where access to the enlarged pictures is also available.

Each of the pictures has an enlarged version, just click on the picture or the " Enlarge image" link below each picture to view the bigger version of the photograph. From each enlarged picture you can also access the section of the report the picture is associated with.

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Minister for Foreign Affairs, Mr Alexander Downer, visited Iraq in May 2003 to open the Australian Representative Office in Baghdad. (Photo: Department of Defence) Photo - Click to enlarge and view caption
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The Iraq Task Force. Departmental staff members from left: Zena Armstrong, Anthony Bubalo, Greg Ralph, Bill Paterson, Head ITF (standing), John Quinn, Heidi Venamore, Eugene Olim (standing), Michael Dean, Rohan Titus.
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Australia deposited its instrument of ratification of the Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court at the United Nations in New York in July 2002. From left: departmental staff member, Michael Bliss, the department’s Senior Legal Advisor, Richard Rowe, Australian Ambassador to the United Nations, John Dauth, Deputy Chief, Treaty Section, UN Office of Legal Affairs, Sylvie Jaque and Legal Officer, Treaty Section, Lynne Moorhouse. Photo - Click to enlarge and view caption
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First Assistant Secretary, North Asia Division, Murray McLean, led an official delegation to the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea in January 2003. Mr McLean (right) is pictured meeting the DPRK Foreign Minister, Paek Nam Sun (left).
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Minister for Trade, Mr Mark Vaile, launched Doing Business in Mexico, produced by the Council on Australia Latin America Relations in December 2002. (Photo: AUSPIC) Photo - Click to enlarge and view caption
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Mr Hasyim Muzadi (left), the Chairman of Indonesia’s largest Islamic organisation, Nahdlatul Ulama, met the Minister for Foreign Affairs, Mr Alexander Downer (right), in February 2003. Mr Muzadi led an inter-faith delegation to Australia, which was funded by the Australia-Indonesia Institute’s Muslim exchange program and the department’s Special Visits Program. (Photo: AUSPIC)
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Senior Executive of the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (as at 30 June 2003). Centre: Dr Ashton Calvert AC, Secretary. From left: Deputy Secretaries Mr Peter Grey (seated), Mr Doug Chester (standing), Mr Paul O’Sullivan (standing) and Dr Geoff Raby (seated). (Photo: Michael Jensen) Photo - Click to enlarge and view caption
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Director of the Victorian State Office, Annabel Anderson, fielded questions during the seminar Doing Business with Europe: Perspectives from Australia’s Ambassadors in Melbourne in October 2002.
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Minister for Trade, Mr Mark Vaile, and the United Arab Emirates Minister of Communications, HE Ahmed Humaid Al Tayer, signed a bilateral air services agreement in Dubai in September 2002. Photo - Click to enlarge and view caption
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Minister for Trade, Mr Mark Vaile, led the Australian delegation to the Australia–New Zealand Trade Ministers’ Meeting in Christchurch in August 2002. From left: then First Assistant Secretary, South Pacific, Africa and Middle East Division, James Wise, Bob Cotton, then Australian High Commissioner to New Zealand, Mr Vaile, Mr Sutton, New Zealand Minister for Trade Negotiations, Mr Dick Grant, Deputy Secretary, Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade (MFAT), Mr Peter Kennedy, Director, Australia Division, MFAT. (Photo: New Zealand Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade)
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Australian Ambassador to the United States of America, Michael Thawley, with Congressman Phil Crane, Chair, Trade Sub-committee, House Ways and Means Committee, and Congressman Cal Dooley, at the American Australian Free Trade Agreement Coalition reception in Washington in March 2003. Photo - Click to enlarge and view caption
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The 2nd round of the Australia–United States Free Trade Agreement negotiations was held in Honolulu, Hawaii in May 2003. Pictured are the leader of the Australian delegation, Special Negotiator (FTAs and Processed Foods) Stephen Deady (left), and his US counterpart, Ralph Ives (right).
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The Australian embassy in Berlin organised a Study in Australia Day in May 2003. From left: departmental staff members, Bruce Soar and Uma Jatkar, and Executive Officer, Australia Centre Berlin, Ms Heidi Plucknett. Photo - Click to enlarge and view caption
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Director of the South Australian State Office, Trevor Peacock, gave a briefing on the future of exports during UniSA's International Business Week in Adelaide in August 2002.
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From left: Minister for Trade, Mr Mark Vaile, Minister for Foreign Affairs, Mr Alexander Downer, and European Commissioner for External Relations, Mr Chris Patten, addressed the media at a press conference following the 2003 Australia–European Commission Ministerial Consultations in Melbourne in April 2003. (Photo: Michael Silver) Photo - Click to enlarge and view caption
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Departmental staff member, Pablo Kang, Ms Prianti Gagarin Djatmiko-Singgih, Director for Non-United Nations Inter-Governmental Organisations and Non-Governmental Organisations, Indonesian Department of Foreign Affairs and Ambassador for People Smuggling Issues, John Buckley, at the 2nd Regional Ministerial Conference on People Smuggling, Trafficking in Persons and Related Transnational Crime, held in Bali in April 2003.
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Following the APEC Ministers Responsible for Trade meeting in Thailand, the Minister for Trade, Mr Mark Vaile, chaired a round table discussion with a select group of senior editors from various local newspapers in Bangkok in June 2003. Pictured from left: Editor-in-Chief, The Post Publishing, Mr Pichai Chuensuksawadi, Mr Vaile, and the Australian Ambassador to Thailand, Miles Kupa. Photo - Click to enlarge and view caption
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The Foreign Secretary of the Philippines, Mr Blas Ople, and the Minister for Foreign Affairs, Mr Alexander Downer, signed a bilateral Memorandum of Understanding on Cooperation to Combat International Terrorism in Canberra in March 2003. (Photo: AUSPIC)

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