3:50 PM 08 May 1998
Unable to convert ARMS_EXT: [ATTACH.D47]MAIL4I0454823.I26 to ASCII, The following is a HEX DUMP: FF575043F8040000010A020I000000020500000032I00000000200004D9A6I6IEE830288DC796C OE23B9760D6A4C5BA82EA6B6E9626D4CAEB030BEOBFB2DCFB7FB88A55I9D6867E5C9BEC299B997 CA8CFEFF04DE6298582I5DB42C84B70ABI944628CEOEIFF670223FODOOIF9EAC78DIEF6498839F DD792EDD99C6DOF93EAFI273952AC194I459F20EIA4C68955F51AIAEA8F8F9FAF04C39I7990CE7 32C84I5B6C493I78IB60B57763FOE680IABD853AB4A4EEBC5572FOI98AED539I658FDIBF24F6ID Automated Records Management System For Internal Planning Purposes Only Hex-Dump Conversion THE WEEK AHEAD May 11- May 17 (All items are subject to change.) Monday (5/11): Message event to be detennined. Tuesday (5/12): President Clinton will hold a Rose Garden event to announce his comprehensive strategy for combating international crime. President Clinton will depart for a seven day trip to Germany and the United Kingdom. Wednesday (5/13): President Clinton travels to Berlin where he will make an address articulating his vision on the future of our Trans-Atlantic relationship. Thursday (5/14): In Berlin, President Clinton will commemorate the 50th anniversary of the Berlin Airlift, emphasizing the close relationship America shares with Gennany. Then President Clinton will travel to Eisenach (a "new" Gennan state, fonnerly part of East Gennany), where he will highlight Gennany's success in uniting its divided parts .. While in eastern Gennany, President Clinton will also visit an Opel plant. Friday (5/15): President Clinton will travel to Binningharn, England to attend the Summit of the Eight. He will hold bilateral meetings with President Chirac and Prime Minister Hashimoto and attend other meetings that are part of the Summit. The Summit will focus on ways to encourage economic growth and development while safegaurding the environment and promoting good governance. Saturday (5/16): President Clinton will deliver a taped radio address (subject TBD). President Clinton attends G-8 meetings to discuss strategies for addressing international erime and for making workers more employable. Sunday (5/17): President Clinton will conclude his meetings at the Summit and will attend the G-8 Chainnan's press conference. He will also hold a bilateral meeting with President Yeltsin, emphasizing the importance of US-Russian relations to building a new, prosperous and secure Europe. In the afternoon, the President will travel to Chequers for a private conference with Prime Minister Blair.