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The Department of State submits the following comprehensive listing of the statements which, as required by law, Federal employees filed with their employing agencies during calendar year 2002 concerning gifts received from foreign government sources. The compilation includes reports of both tangible gifts and gifts of travel or travel expenses of more than minimal value, as defined by statute.

Publication of this listing in the Federal Register is required by Section 7342(f) of title 5, United States Code, as added by Section 515(a)(1) of the Foreign Relations Authorization Act, Fiscal Year 1978 (Pub. L. 95-105, August 17, 1977, 91 stat. 865).

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Dated: June 5, 2003.

Grant S. Green, Jr.,

Under Secretary for Management; Department of State.

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AGENCY: White House Office and the National Security Council

[Report of Tangible Gifts]

Name and title of person accepting the gift on behalf of the U.S. GovernmentGift, date of acceptance on behalf of the U.S. Government, estimated value, and current disposition or locationIdentity of foreign donor and governmentCircumstances justifying acceptance
PresidentBox: 71/2″ x 5″ x 11/2″ silver box, engraved with Greek crest and “C. Simitis” on lid. Rec'd—January 11, 2002. Est. Value—$400. Archives ForeignHis Excellency Constantine Simitis, Prime Minister of the Hellenic RepublicNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
Photo album: 121/2″ x 12″ brown vinyl album with currency displayed (Euro dollars and Greek drachmas). Rec'd—January 11, 2002. Est. Value—$854. Archives Foreign
Komboloi: string of amber beads with tassel and silver charm engraved “GWB” on one side and “No 43” on reverse. Paperback book: “The Komboloi and Its History (5th Edition),” by Aris Evangelinos. Rec'd—January 11, 2002. Est. Value—$50. Archives Foreign
Greek Bible: sterling silver cover with gold overlay embossed with design of Jesus on the cross and eight small stones. Rec'd—January 11, 2002. Est. Value—$400. Archives Foreign
PresidentDesk accessories: sterling silver and amber pen stand with silver border and outline of building; including a silver pen. Rec'd—January 14, 2002. Est. Value—$450. Archives ForeignHis Excellency Leszek Miller, Prime Minister of the Republic of PolandNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
Leatherbound book: “New York,” by Jerzy Habdas. Rec'd—January 14, 2002. Est. Value—$40. Archives Foreign
PresidentSoftcover books (16): multi-volume set of the works of Turkish poet Mevlana Celaleddin; translated by Nevit O. Ergin. Leatherbound reproduction of the “Holy Koran”, hand-lettered by Ahmed Karahisari in the sixteenth century; held in a leather case. Rec'd—January 16, 2002. Est. Value—$990. Archives ForeignHis Excellency Bulent Ecevit, Prime Minister of the Republic of TurkeyNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
Vase: 11″ stoneware vase with metal overlay and boat and cloud motif. Rec'd—January 16, 2002. Est. Value—$120. Archives Foreign
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PresidentArtwork: 11″ x 11″ “Over the Horizon,” by Azuolas Vaitukaitis; gold-plated copper plaque etched with fields, with amber stone representing the sun; held in a black presentation case with plaque engraved to President George W. Bush. Rec'd—January 17, 2002. Est. Value—$600. Archives ForeignHis Excellency Valdas Adamkus, President of the Republic of LithuaniaNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
PresidentRug: 116″ x 84″ fringed wool and silk Afghan rug with multicolored pattern on gold background. Rec'd—January 28, 2002. Est. Value—$4000. Archives ForeignHis Excellency Hamid Karzai, Chairman of the Interim Authority of AfghanistanNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
Plaque: 11″ x 11″ resin plaque with image of the damaged World Trade Center towers and Afghan Buddhist statues, engraved “World Terrorists Are Destroying Civilization” and “From the People of Afghanistan to the People of the United States Partners in a Common Struggle.” Rec'd—January 28, 2002. Est. Value—$150. Archives Foreign
PresidentArtwork: 17″ x 12″ x 9″ metal sculpture of four people in a troika. Rec'd—February 4, 2002. Est. Value—$450. Archives ForeignHis Excellency Mikhail Kasyanov, Chairman of the Government of the Russian FederationNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
PresidentRug: 83″ x 56″ multi-colored Oriental rug, primarily in blue. Rec'd—February 13, 2002. Est. Value—$2800. Archives ForeignHis Excellency Pervez Musharraf, President of the Islamic Republic of PakistanNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
PresidentMedallion: 21/2″ gold medallion engraved with cherry blossoms and the front facade of the Japanese Diet building on one side, and Mount Fuji on the reverse; held in a blue velvet case. Rec'd—February 18, 2002. Est. Value—$50. Archives ForeignThe Honorable Yutaka Inoue, President of the House of CouncillorsNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
Hardcover book: “The National Diet of Japan.” Rec'd—February 18, 2002. Est. Value—$90. Archives Foreign
Box: 121/2″ x 2″ black lacquer box with tree branch painted on lid, and interior lined in blue velvet. Rec'd—February 18, 2002. Est. Value, $275. Archives Foreign
PresidentChunma-ch'ong Gold Crown (replica): 5th-6th century Silla Dynasty, National Treasure #188. Rec'd—February 19, 2002. Est. Value—$350. Archives ForeignHis Excellency Kim Dae-jung, President of the Republic of KoreaNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
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PresidentHardcover book: “30 Years of Sino-US Relations,” by Xiyuan Publishing House, China Intercontinental Press; inscribed by donor, and presented in gold-colored book box. Rec'd—February 21, 2002. Est. Value—$550. Archives ForeignHis Excellency Jiang Zemin, President of the People's Republic of ChinaNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
Sculpture: 12″ x 16″ x 4″ “Ma Ta Fei Yan (Horse Galloping on the Flying Swallow)”, a 24K gold-plated horse with stand, presented in wooden box. Rec'd—February 21, 2002. Est. Value—$300. Archives Foreign
PresidentArtwork: 27″ carving of numerous connected figures, made from a single piece of ebony. Rec'd—February 26, 2002. Est. Value—$1200. Archives ForeignHis Excellency Joaquim Alberto Chissano, President of the Republic of MozambiqueNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
PresidentArtwork: 28″ wooden carving of a male figure carrying a knife and balancing a vessel on his head; held in a red presentation case. Rec'd—February 26, 2002. Est. Value—$1375. Archieves ForeignHis Excellency Jose Eduardo dos Santos, President of the Republic of AngolaNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
Consumables (42) 250g bags of Cafe Ginga coffee from Angola. Rec'd—February 26, 2002. Est. Value—$336. Handled pursuant to Secret Service policy
Hardcover book: “Angola: The Future Begins Now,” published by the government of Angola. Rec'd—February 26, 2002. Est. Value—$70. Archives Foreign
Artwork: two tribal paintings on canvas; one (41″ x 33″) depicts four dancing figures and one (34″ x 27″) depicts traditional tribal musical instruments. Rec'd—February 26, 2002. Est. Value—$1350. Archives Foreign
PresidentBox: 7″ x 7″ x 13/4″ sterling silver box lined in blue velvet and engraved in Arabic on top; held in blue velvet presentation case. Rec'd—March 5, 2002. Est. Value—$500. Archives ForeignHis Excellency Mohamed Hosny Mubarak, President of the Arab Republic of EgyptNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
PresidentClothing: traditional Uzbeck attire consisting of a multi-colored silk scarf (49″ x 49″), a collapsible 6″ black leather hat with white design, and a navy blue velvet robe with elaborate gold embroidery. Rec'd—March 12, 2002. Est. Value—$750. Archives ForeignHis Excellency Islam Karimov, President of the Republic of UzbekistanNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
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Tea set: brass tea set with platter, tea pot, and 6 small cups, all elaborately engraved; held in a burled walnut case (171/4″ x 133/4″ x 7″) with red velvet lining. Rec'd—March 12, 2002. Est. Value—$200. Archives Foreign
PresidentBowl: 12″ Tipperary Crystal bowl, engraved with a St. Patrick's Day message from Prime Minister Ahern on behalf of the Irish people. Rec'd—March 13, 2002. Est. Value—$321. Archives ForeignHis Excellency Bertie Ahern, Prime Minister of IrelandNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
PresidentConsumables: six bottles of 1990 Chateau La Lagune Haut-Medoc wine. Rec'd—March 22, 2002. Est. Value—$372. Handled pursuant to Secret Service policyHis Excellency Jacques Chirac, President of the French RepublicNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
PresidentVase: Olmeca vase of sterling silver with geometric design. Rec'd—March 22, 2002. Est. Value—$300. Archives ForeignHis Excellency Vicente Fox Quesada, President of the United Mexican StatesNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
PresidentStirrups: pair of wooden stirrups (9″ x 9″ x 7″) with elaborate silver detail. Rec'd—March 23, 2002. Est. Value—$500. Archives ForeignHis Excellency Alejandro Toledo Manrique, President of the Republic of PeruNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
Eagle: elaborately wrought silver eagle (18″ x 15″) with wings spread; held in a blue velvet presentation case. Rec'd—March 23, 2002. Est. Value—$2000. Archives Foreign
Stone: 11″ x 13″ x 2″ green stone, resembling marble and smooth on two sides with a silver plate engraved “Walking Together Towards Peace Alejandro Toledo President of Peru, March 23, 2002. Rec'd—March 23, 2002.” Est. Value—$250. Archives Foreign
PresidentStatue: 18″ white porcelain elephant. Rec'd—April 12, 2002. Est. Value—$400. Archives ForeignThe Honorable Dr. Edmund Stoiber, Minister-President of the Free State of BavariaNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
PresidentGlassware: four pieces of Iittala glass designed by Alvar Aalto, including 6″ and 43/4″ vases, a 3″ bowl, and a 14″ platter. Rec'd—April 16, 2002. Est. Value—$690. Archives ForeignHer Excellency Tarja Halonen, President of FinlandNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
PresidentHumidor: 121/2″ x 53/4″ x 91/4″ polished wood humidor with street scene painted on lid. Rec'd—April 17, 2002. Est. Value—$350. Archives ForeignHis Excellency Rafiq al-Hariri, Prime Minister of the Republic of LebanonNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
Consumables: assorted pieces of tropical and dried fruit. Rec'd—April 17, 2002. Est. Value—$25. Handled pursuant to Secret Service policy
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PresidentDagger: 17″ knife made of 18K gold with diamonds and rubies on ivory hilt; gold scabbard is elaborately detailed with diamonds and rubies. Rec'd—April 23, 2002. Est. Value—$20000. Transferred to the Department of the InteriorHis Majesty Mohammed VI, King of MoroccoNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
Artwork: 281/2″ x 41″ painting of seven figures on horseback; matted and held in a 37″ x 50″ gilt frame. Rec'd—April 23, 2002. Est. Value—$100. Archives Foreign
PresidentIcon: 51/2″ x 71/2″ painted wooden image of St. George slaying the dragon; held in a red velvet case. Rec'd—April 23, 2002. Est. Value—$300. Archives ForeignHis Excellency Simeon Saxe-Coburg-Gotha, Prime Minister of the Republic of BulgariaNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
Hardcover book: “Treasures of Christian Art in Bulgaria,” edited by Valentino Pace. Rec'd—April 23, 2002. Est. Value—$50. Archives Foreign
PresidentDagger: 10″ knife, with finely detailed 18K gold hilt and scabbard decorated with small diamonds; held in a green leather case with the Saudi Arabian coat of arms on lid. Rec'd—April 25, 2002. Est. Value—$3500. Archives ForeignHis Royal Highness Abdallah bin Abd al-Aziz Al Saud, Crown Prince, First Deputy Prime Minister and Commander of the National Guard of Saudi ArabiaNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
PresidentVase: 11″ onion-shaped vase with blue and purple glaze and wooden stand; held in a silk-covered presentation case. Rec'd—May 1, 2002. Est. Value—$350. Archives ForeignHis Excellency Hu Jintao, Vice President of the People's Republic of chinaNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
PresidentSaddle: leather saddle with sheepskin cover and accompanying bridle, harness and stirrups. Rec'd—May 2, 2002. Est. Value—$1250. Archives ForeignHis Excellency Jose Maria Aznar, President of the Government of Spain and Mrs. AznarNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
Hardcover book: “Caballos en Espana,” by J.A. Gabriel, et al. Rec'd—May 2, 2002. Est. Value—$50. Archives Foreign
PresidentVessel: 6″ silver cup with elaborate detailing and four colored stones on stem. Rec'd—May 7, 2002. Est. Value—$350. Archives ForeignHis Excellency Sher Bahadur Deuba, Prime Minister of NepalNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
PresidentBox: 11″ x 61/4″ x 2″ silver box lined with burled wood, with Jordanian seal and signature etched on lid; held in a red leather case. Rec'd—May 8, 2002. Est. Value—$1,000. Archives ForeignTheir Majesties King Abdullah II, and Queen Rania al AbdullahNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
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PresidentRice bowl: 71/2″ traditional silver “Bekas Nasi” (rice container) with lid and elaborate gold detailing; held in a green leather presentation case. Rec'd—May 14, 2002. Est. Value—$750. Archives ForeignHis Excellency YAB Dato Seri Dr. Mahathir bin Mohamad, Prime Minister of MalaysiaNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
Large bouquet of Malaysian Orchids. Rec'd—May 14, 2002. Est. Value—$600. Handled pursuant to Secret Service policy
PresidentSword: “The Knight's Saber of Peace”, a 34″ stainless steel sword; held in a wooden presentation case. Rec'd—May 17, 2002. Est. Value—$500. Archives ForeignHis Excellency Janez Drnovsek, Prime Minister of the Republic of SloveniaNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
PresidentStone: 13″ x 8″ piece of the Berlin Wall with multi-colored graffiti on one side; mounted in a clear plexiglass case. Rec'd—May 22, 2002. Est. Value—$400. Archives ForeignHis Excellency Mr. Johannes Rau, President of the Federal Republic of GermanyNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
PresidentPen: green and black Pelikan fountain pen with gold tone trim. Rec'd—May 22, 2002. Est. Value—$555. Archives ForeignHis Excellency Gerhard Schroeder, Chancellor of the Federal Republic of GermanyNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
Consumable: 50ml bottle of royal blue Pelikan ink. Rec'd—May 22, 2002. Est. Value—$4. Handled pursuant to Secret Service Policy
PresidentArtwork: 131/2″ x 19″ engraving by LeMire of the Marquis de Lafayette at the end of the Virginia campaign of the American Revolution in 1781, dedicated to George Washington; matted and held in a 211/2″ x 28″ silver tone frame. Rec'd—May 26, 2002. Est. Value—$450. Archives ForeignHis Excellency Jacques Chirac, President of the French RepublicNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
PresidentWatch: stainless steel Cartier “Roadster”, held in a red leather box. Rec'd—May 27, 2002. Est. Value—$3950. Archives ForeignHis Excellency Silvio Berlusconi, President of the Council of Ministers of the Italian RepublicNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
Statute: 311/2″ alabaster sculpture of four figures, titled “Allegory of the Triumph”. Rec'd—May, 27, 2002. Est. Value—$30000. Archives Foreign
Box: 51/2″ x 923/4″ burled wood box with five time pieces set in lid, showing the time in Moscow, New York, London, Rome and Tokyo; interior is lined in brown velvet and embossed “Vertice NATO-RUSSIA ROMA 28-5-2002.” Rec'd—May 27, 2002. Est. Value—$200. Archives Foreign
Consumables: two tins containing 8.8 oz bags of “e Tricaffe” coffee. Rec'd—May 27, 2002. Est. Value—$14. Handled pursuant to Secret Service policy
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PresidentBox: 51/2″ x 31/2″ × 11/4″ silver box with donor's signature engraved on lid; held in a green watered silk presentation case. Rec'd—May 27, 2002. Est. Value—$350. Archives ForeignHis Excellency Carlo Azeglio Ciampi, President of the Italian RepublicNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
PresidentPainting: 25″ x 21″ watercolor of the bell tower of Sainte Mere Eglise in a blue and gold tone frame. Rec'd—May 27, 2002. Est. Value—$300. Archives ForeignThe Honorable Marc Lefevre, General Counsellor and Mayor of Sainte Mere EgliseNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
PresidentStatue: 61/2″ coral sculpture of the Blessed Virgin and Child; mounted on a wooden base and held in a blue velvet presentation case. Rec'd—May 28, 2002. Est. Value—$1500. Archives ForeignHis Holiness, John Paul IINon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
PresidentPen: limited edition (43/50) “Stars and Stripes” Mont blanc pen inset with rubies and diamonds in an American flag pattern Rec—May 31, 2002. Est. Value—$18000. Archives ForeignLieutenant General Shaykh Mohammad bin Zayid al-Nuhayyan, Chief of Staff of the Armed Forces of the United Arab EmiratesNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
PresidentKnife: replica Army Ranger knife forged from metal of a WWII-era U.S. Jeep, mounted in sheath wrapped in locally-recovered barbed wire and sand from D-Day beaches, engraved “In Memory of American's Soldiers offert a Monsieur George W. Bush President des Etats Unis d'Amerique. A Sainte Mere Eglise le 26 Mai 2002” on goldtone plaque. Rec'd—June 3, 2002. Est. Value—$325. Archives ForeignThe Honorable Max Avenel, Mayor of Agon-CountainvilleNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
PresidentCollectable: 321/2″ x 321/2″ red and blue silk scarf in military motif commemorating the 200th anniversary of L'Ecole Speciale Militaire, Saint Cyr, 1802-2002; displayed in 36″ x 36″ blue rubberized frame with small brass plate engraved “La Promotion 'du Bicentenaire de Saint-Cyr' au President des Etats-Unis d'Amerique.” Rec'd—June 6, 2002. Est. Value—$350. Archives ForeignStudent Delegation, L'Ecole Speciale Militaire de Saint-CyrNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
PresidentRugs (2): 56″ x 83″ Egyptian rugs designed as portraits of President George W. Bush, and 74″ brass rods for hanging. Rec'd—June 7, 2002. Est. Value—$1000. Archives ForeignHis Excellency Mohamed Hosny Mubarak, President of the Arab Republic of EgyptNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
PresidentAx: 371/2″ decorative wood and metal long-handled ax with rural Slovak scenes engraved in blade. Rec'd—June 7, 2002. Est. Value—$125. Archives ForeignHis Excellency Rudolf Schuster, President of the Slovak RepublicNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
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Vase: 20″ blue glass vase with 24K detailing and appliqued flowers; American and Slovak flags crossed above “Prezidentovi Spojenych Statov Americkych Georgovi W. Bushovi venuje Rudolf Schuster prezident Slovenskej republiky 7. juna 2002.” Rec'd—June 7, 2002. Est. Value—$200. Archives Foreign
Accessories (2): 81/2″ black wool hat with silver 10-chain band around crown and elastic chin strap; 42″ light brown belt (41/2″ wide) with geometric floral design and gold tone detailing, including engraved clasps. Rec'd—June 7, 2002. Est. Value—$200. Archives Foreign
Coin (.5 oz): 1″ gold coin with image and signature of President Schuster on one side and building on the reverse; held in a red leather box. Rec'd—June 7, 2002. Est. Value—$175. Archives Foreign
Household accessory: 39″ x 20″ white linen table runner edged in lace. Rec'd—June 7, 2002. Est. Valule—$100. Archives Foreign
PresidentPen rest: 8″ x 4″ marble base with wooden pen rest. Rec'd—June 26, 2002. Est. Value—$20. Archives ForeignThe Right Honorable Jean Chretien, P.C., M.P., Prime Minister of CanadaNon-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
Wine: three 375 ml. bottles of “Canadian Icewine, Summerhill (2002), Paradis Ranch (2002), and Trius (1997)” in wooden box. Rec'd—June 26, 2002. Est. Value—$120. Handled pursuant to Secret Service policy
Marble statue: 21″ x 9″ Serpentine stone carving of Narwhale handcarved by Takealook Temela, a Canadian Inuit artist. Ceramic Plate: 16″ plate painted with mountain landscapes and floral images, by Don Wells. Rec'd—June 26, 2002. Est. Value—$1850. Archives Foreign
Framed document: Kananaskis Summit declaration signed by all leaders and framed in a 20″ x 261/2″ silver tone frame. Rec'd—June 26, 2006. Est. Value—$150. Archives Foreign
PresidentSculpture: “Beating the Odds,” by Linda Stewart, a 16″ bronze sculpture of horse and cowboy on a wooden base. Rec'd—July 1, 2002. Est. Value—$3500. Archives ForeignThe Honorable Dave Bronconnier, Mayor of CalgaryNon-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
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Cowboy hat: white Stetson hat with small peacock feather and white tie in black carrying case with presentation plaque engraved “Presented to President George W. Bush by Mayor Dave Bronconnier on behalf of The City of Calgary, Alberta, Canada June 26-27, 2002”. Rec'd—July 1, 2002. Est. Value—$65. Archives Foreign
PresidentChapan: 53″ green- and yellow-striped Afghan robe, with red, white and black trim. Rec'd—July 1, 2002. Est. Value—$350. Archives ForeignHis Excellency Hamid Karzai, Chairman of the Interim Authority of AfghanistanNon-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
PresidentMen's watch: silver Hublot Automatic MDM Geneve watch, with black rubber band and black face. Rec'd—July 5, 2002. Est. Value—$2200. Archives ForeignHis Excellency Silvio Berlusconi, President of the Council of Ministers of the Italian RepublicNon-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
PresidentConsumables: assorted Godiva chocolates, Perugina chocolates, Perugina cookies, and nonpareils. Rec'd—July 11, 2002. Est. Value—$1248. Handled pursuant to Secret Service policyHis Majesty Mohammed VI, King of MoroccoNon-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
Fishing equipment: 82 lures and hooks in a two-level 16″ x 101/2″ plastic tackle box; Mepps “Basser Kit” of 6 lures; Mepps “Trophy Series” kit of 6 lures; 78 piece selection of sinkers; 5 Spro heavy swivels; Rapala ProGuide fishing clipper; Rapala ProGuide 15 lb. digital scale; and an orange Lindy fish handling glove. Rec'd—July 11, 2002. Est. Value—$449. Archives Foreign
Large arrangement of flowers. Rec'd—July 11, 2002. Est. Value—$350. Handled pursuant to Secret Service policy
Fish bowl: 17″ x 20″ painted ceramic fish bowl. Rec'd—July 11, 2002. Est. Value—$600. Archives Foreign
Miscellaneous decorative boxes (7) and a 28″ x 24″ x 13″ woven basket with handles. Rec'd—July 11, 2002. Est. Value—$171. Archives Foreign
Paperback book: “Baits, Rigs & Tackle,” by Vic Dunaway. Hats (2, size S/M): one blue and one tan Speedo fishing hat. Rec'd—July 11, 2002. Est. Value—$52. Archives Foreign
Fishing bait: 2 oz. jar of Uncle Josh salmon eggs. Rec'd—July 11, 2002. Est. Value—$3. Handled pursuant to Secret Service policy
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PresidentTableware: 7″ glass pitcher and 6″ glasses (6) decorated with silver and 11/2″ amber stones; held in a blue presentation case. Rec'd—July 17, 2002. Est. Value—$1150. Archives ForeignHis Excellency Aleksander Kwasniewski, The President of the Republic of Poland and Mrs. KwasniewskaNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
CD: “Tribute to USA,” by the Adam Mickiewicz University Academic Choir. Paperback book: “Stop Terrorism,” by donor. Rec'd—July 17, 2002. Est. Value—$30. Archives Foreign
PresidentCoins (3): Dominican Republic 1 peso, 100 peso, and 500 peso coins in a green velvet box with the country's shield embossed on lid. Rec'd—July 23, 2002. Est. Value—$375. Archives ForeignHis Excellency Hipolito Mejia, President of the Dominican RepublicNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
PresidentBelt: black Tumi leather belt with silver buckle painted with the American flag and an eagle; held in a leather box. Rec'd—August 28, 2002. Est. Value—$295. Archives ForeignHis Royal Highness Prince Bandar bin Sultan, Ambassador of Saudi ArabiaNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
PresidentBag: 101/2″ x 51/2″ black leather Tanner Krolle toiletries bag with “G.W.B.” embossed in gold on the top. Rec'd—September 7, 2002. Est. Value—$351. Archives ForeignThe Right Honorable Tony Blair, M.PNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
PresidentPen: black Mont Blanc fountain pen with “H.E. G.W. Bush” engraved on cap; held in a black presentation box. Rec'd—September 9, 2002. Est. Value—$375. Archives ForeignMr. Thabo Mbeki, President of the Republic of South AfricaNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
Ink: Mont Blanc black ink refill (50 ml.). Rec'd—September 9, 2002. Est. Value—$9. Handled pursuant to Secret Service policy
PresidentReg: 591/2″ x 78″ red Afghan rug with fringed ends. Rec'd—September 10, 2002. Est. Value—$1400. Archives ForeignHis Excellency Ishaq Shahryar, Ambassador of AfghanistanNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
PresidentBowl: 6″ sterling silver bowl with scalloped edges and blue beads inset around the rim; held in a green velvet presentation case. Rec'd—September 12, 2002. Est. Value—$350. Archives ForeignHis Excellency Pervez Musharraf, President of the Islamic Republic of PakistanNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
PresidentWatch: Patek Philippe Calatrava Travel Time wristwatch with black leather band and gold face; held in a leather-lined polished wooden box. Rec'd—September 14, 2002. Est. Value—$14500. Archives ForeignHis Excellency Silvio Berlusconi, President of the Council of Ministers of the Italian RepublicNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
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Photograph: 73/4″ x 93/4″ color photo of President George W. Bush, Prime Minister Berlusconi and President Putin at the NATO—Russia Council meeting in Rome in May 2002; held in a 11″ x 13″ silver frame. Rec'd—September 14, 2002. Est. Value—$450. Archives Foreign
PresidentVase: 121/4″ Moser crystal vase with short stem supporting flared twelve-sided urn with horse motif etched into the glass. Rec'd—September 18, 2002. Est. Value—$500. Archives ForeignHis Excellency Vaclav Havel, President of the Czech RepublicNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
PresidentCuff links: 1/2″ gold cuff links with red stones. Rec'd—September 25, 2002. Est. Value—$250. Archives ForeignHis Excellency Hugo Guiliani Cury, Ambassador of the Dominican RepublicNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
PresidentCoffee service: elaborately detailed 10″ silver coffee urn with six matching 31/2″ cups and an 11″ platter; held in a presentation case. Rec'd—October 12, 2002. Est. Value—$500. Archives ForeignHis Excellency The President of the Russian Federation and Mrs. PutinaNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
PresidentPorcelain: “Good Fortune” pattern porcelain service (for 8) with 146 total pieces; held in three red and gold fabric-covered presentation cases. Rec'd—October 25, 2002. Est. Value—$1800. Archives ForeignHis Excellency Jiang Zemin, President of the People's Republic of ChinaNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
PresidentArtwork: 17″ x 173/4″ giclee print of a painting of the desert and ocean by Susana Diaz-Rivera; matted and held in a 243/4″ x 251/2″ wooden frame. Rec'd—October 27, 2002. Est. Value—$450. Archives ForeignThe Honorable Leonel Cota Montano, Governor of Baja California SurNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
PresidentArtwork: “Nocturn Figure,” a 6″ x 7″ limited edition (14/30) print by Jose Luis Cuevas. Rec'd—October 27, 2002. Est. Value—$1500. Archives ForeignHis Excellency Vicente Fox Quesada, President of the United Mexican StatesNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
PresidentLeatherbound book: “Beirut the wars of destruction and the perspectives of reconstruction” with hologram on cover and inscribed by donor; held in a 18″ x 14″ navy leather presentation case. Rec'd—November 7, 2002. Est. Value—$400. Archives ForeignHis Excellency Rafiq al-Hariri, Prime Minister of the Republic of LebanonNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
PresidentLeatherbound book: “Kossuth Lajos 1802-2002,” by Gyorgy Szabad; held in a burgundy print presentation box. Rec'd—November 8, 2002. Est. Value—$75. Archives ForeignHis Excellency The Prime Minister of the Republic of Hungary and Mrs. MedgyessyNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
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Coin: 4″ silver coin engraved “Szt. Istvan 969-1038” on front and “Ezereves Magyarorszag” on reverse; held in a 6″ x 6″ wooden presentation box. Rec'd—November 8, 2002. Est. Value—$200. Archives Foreign
PresidentDecanter: 10″ amber colored Bohemian crystal decanter and stopper with six matching shot glasses, all painted with rural scenes; held in a blue velvet presentation case. Rec'd—November 21, 2002. Est. Value—$280. Archives ForeignHis Excellency The Prime Minister of the Czech Republic and Mrs. SpidlovaNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
Coin: 11/4″ pure silver coin commemorating the NATO Summit in Prague, November 21-22, 2002. Rec'd—November 21, 2002. Est. Value—$15. Archives Foreign
PresidentArtwork: “Fair Wind Over the Baltics,” an 81/4″ amber statue, by Algirdas Mikutis, depicting a boat on a brass base; held in a green presentation case. Rec'd—November 22, 2002. Est. Value—$325. Archives ForeignHis Excellency Valdas Adamkus, President of the Republic of LithuaniaNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
Award: The Order of Vytautas the Great medal and sash awarded to President George W. Bush, November 23, 2002, and proclamation bestowing award; both held in white leather cases. Rec'd—November 22, 2002. Est. Value—$280. Archives Foreign
PresidentHardcover books (7): clothbound set of donor's writings (in Czech); held in a matching case inscribed to President George W. Bush on top. Rec'd—November 22, 2002. Est. Value—$300. Archives ForeignHis Excellency Vaclav Havel, President of the Czech RepublicNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
Miscellaneous items from Prague Summit: blue canvas tote printed with NATO logo and “Sommet de Prague Summit 21-22 Nov. 2002” in white on front; and blue ballpoint pen with Summit logo in silver. Rec'd—November 22, 2002. Est. Value—$25. Archives Foreign
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Paperback books (2): “NATO, Europe, and the Security of Democracy: Selected Speeches, Articles, and Interviews 1990-2002,” by donor and signed, and “Prazsky Chodec,” by Jiri Vsetecka. Hardcover books (2): “Catalogue of the Czech Defence Industry 2001-2002,” produced by the Association of the Defence Industry of the Czech Republic, and “The Czech Contribution to Peace and War in Europe: From the Hussite Wars to NATO Membership,” published by the Czech government and held in a blue fabric book sleeve. Rec'd—November 22, 2002. Est. Value—$70. Archives Foreign
PresidentArtwork: 151/4″ x 193/4″ painting on wood of St. George. Rec'd—November 23, 2002. Est. Value—$250. Archives ForeignHis Excellency Ion Iliescu, President of RomaniaNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
Artwork: 13″ x 163/4″ caricature rendered in pastels of President Bush with a hunting rifle, holding a rabbit with the face of Saddam Hussein; matted and held in a 16″ x 20″ gold tone frame and presented in a blue leather case. Rec'd—November 23, 2002. Est. Value—$500. Archives Foreign
Hardcover books (3): “Romania at the Moment of Truth,” by donor and inscribed; “Brancusi,” by Radu Varia; and “Romania,” by Petre Baron and held in a velvet case with “Romania” embossed in gold. Rec'd—November 23, 2002. Est. Value—$163. Archives Foreign
Accessories (2): beaded shoulder bag and straw hat in the traditional style of the Maremures region of Romania; bag has black braiding around edges and hat has two large green stones in gold tone settings on front. Rec'd—November 23, 2002. Est. Value—$60. Archives Foreign
Award: 32″ gold tone “Star of Romania” chain with 21/4″ medallion awarded to President George W. Bush November 23, 2002, and proclamation (in Romanian) bestowing award; both held in burgundy leather cases. Rec'd—November 23, 2002. Est. Value—$150. Archives Foreign
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PresidentArtwork: 28″ x 191/4″ painting of three elephants; held in a 35″ x 26″ wooden frame. Rec'd—December 5, 2002. Est. Value—$2000. Archives ForeignHis Excellency Daniel T. Arap Moi, President of the Republic of KenyaNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
PresidentKettle: 11″ silver “Kiri” with handle and intricate designs etched in the silver; held in a glass display case. Rec'd—December 16, 2002. Est. Value—$3500. Archives ForeignHis Majesty Sultan Haji Hassanal Bolkiah Mu'izzaddin Waddaulah, Sultan and Yang Di-Pertuan of Brunei DarussalamNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
Models: replicas of the ceremonial “Kasur Namat” (81/2″ x 81/2″ cushion and mat) and “Dian Empat” (four 5″ silver candlesticks) used during coronation, wedding, and other royal ceremonies; held in a glass display case. Rec'd—December 16, 2002. Est. Value—$150 Archives Foreign
First LadyHardcover books (3): “Imperial Taste: 700 Years of Culinary Culture,” produced by the Ministry of Culture; “Civilizations Under the Clouds of Anatolia,” by Gurol Sozen; and “Turkey: An Endless Poem,” by Zeynel Yesilay. Rec'd—January 16, 2002. Est. Value-$225. Archives ForeignHis Excellency The Prime Minister of the Republic of Turkey and Mrs. EcevitNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
Bowl: 12″ glass bowl (254/2000) with metal overlay and painted boats and clouds. Rec'd—January 16, 2002. Est Value—$110. Archives Foreign
Scarf: 13″ x 32″ silk scarf with design inspired by Roman mosaic from Antioch, Turkey. Silver pieces: hand mirror and trinket box with floral motif. Rec'd—January 16, 2002. Est. Value—$188. Archives Foreign
First LadyJewelry: 18K gold earrings with five diamond-shaped clear stones. Rec'd—February 15, 2002. Est. Value—$175. Archives ForeignMrs. Sehba Musharraf, First Lady of the Islamic Republic of PakistanNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
Fabric: 43″ x 158″ apricot-colored silk with seed pearls and floral pattern embroidered in green and pink. Rec'd—February 15, 2002. Est. Value—$700. Archives Foreign
First LadyDoll: 16″ Kyugetsu doll in traditional Japanese dress on a black lacquer stand; with a glass display case. Rec'd—February 18, 2002. Est. Value—$400. Archives ForeignThe Honorable Yutaka Inoue, President of the House of CouncillorsNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
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First LadyPaperback books (7): “100 Chinese Gods,” “100 Buddhas in Chinese Buddhism,” “100 Celebrated Chinese Women,” “Legend of the Moon Maiden,” “Dragon Tales,” “Chinese Astrology,” and “Madam White Snake,” all produced by AsiaPac Books and held in a fabric-covered box. Rec'd—February 28, 2002. Est. Value—$95. Archives ForeignHis Excellency Jiang Zemin, President of the People's Republic of China and Madame Wang YepingNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
First LadyHousehold accessories: two Swedish glass goblets with brass accents, made by Orrefors. Rec'd—March 1, 2002. Est. Value—$350. Archives ForeignHer Majesty Queen SilviaNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
First LadyRug: 511/2″ × 70″ fringed silk rug with a geometric pattern of flowers in green, red and blue. Rec'd—March 4, 2002. Est. Value—$2400. Archives ForeignMrs. Suzanne MubarakNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
First LadyQuilt: 70″ × 88″ handmade quilt embroidered “From Mrs. Jewel H. Taylor, First Lady Rep. of Liberia, To Mrs. Laura Bush, First Lady U.S.A., Our Children First” on white background with 8 doves on border and hands holding up a baby under rays of sunlight. Rec'd—March 11, 2002. Est. Value—$1000. Archives ForeignMrs. Jewel H. Howard-Taylor, The First Lady of the Republic of LiberiaNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
First LadyClothing: traditional Uzbek attire consisting of a gold hat with pink sequins and a gold tassel, black velvet slippers with gold embroidery, and a maroon velvet robe with gold and white embroidery in a floral pattern and matching pants. Rec'd—March 12, 2002. Est. Value—$450. Archives ForeignHis Excellency Islam Karimov, President of the Republic of UzbekistanNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
First LadyBox: 8″ × 7″ silver box with woven fabric under glass on lid, and interior lined with cedar. Rec'd—March 23, 2002. Est. Value—$350. Archives ForeignMrs. Eliane Karp, First Lady of the Republic of PeruNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
First LadyStatue: 161/2″ carved ivory statue of a female figure carrying two children and a basket on her head; on a round wooden base. Rec'd—April 16, 2002. Est. Value—$2500. Transferred to the Department of the InteriorMrs. Ana Paula dos Santos, Office of the President of the Republic of AngolaNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
First LadyPurse: 43/4″ silver filigree clutch purse with cubic zirconias on clasp; held in a black leather case with royal seal on lid. Rec'd—April 23, 2002. Est. Value—$250. Archives ForeignHis Majesty Mohammed VI, King of MoroccoNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
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Consumables: five bottles of cologne “Santal Rare,” “Ambre Special,” “Jasmin,” “Rose Maroc,” and “Fraicheur de Fruits”; held in a green leather case with gold detail. Rec'd—April 23, 2002. Est. Value—$475. Archives Foreign
First LadyJewelry: silver tone jewelry set consisting of a necklace, earrings, ring, bracelet, choker and belt. Rec'd—April 25, 2002. Est. Value—$150. Archives ForeignHis Royal Highness Abdallah bin Abd al-Aziz Al Saud, Crown Prince, First Deputy Prime Minister and Commander of the National Guard of Saudi ArabiaNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
Clothing: traditional Saudi attire of a black and burgundy robe with matching 70″ shawl and a black caftan with elaborate gold embroidery and multi-colored sequins. Rec'd—April 25, 2002. Est. Value—$250. Archives Foreign
First LadyFabric: 20″ × 4″ Chinese silk yardage, in black with red flowers. Rec'd—May 1, 2002. Est. Value—$350. Archives ForeignMadame Liu Yongqing, Office of the Vice President of the People's Republic of ChinaNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
First LadyVessel: 4″ silver cup with elaborately etched detailing. Rec'd—May 7, 2002. Est. Value—$350. Archives ForeignDr. Arzu Deuba, Prime Minister's ResidenceNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
First LadyPhotograph: 191/2″ × 16″ print of a mountain gorilla; matted and held in a 28″ × 24″ green wooden frame. Rec'd—May 15, 2002. Est. Value—$225. Archives ForeignMrs. Janet K. Museveni, Office of the President of the Republic of UgandaNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
Carvings (5): one pair of carved wooden elephant bookends (91/2″); one pair of carved wooden giraffe candle holders (191/2″); and one carved wooden bowl (12″) with depictions of various wildlife on the inside. Rec'd—May 15, 2002. Est. Value—$790. Archives Foreign
First LadyDish: 9″ Herend porcelain clam shell dish, painted with black and green floral design; held in a green velvet case. Rec'd—May 16, 2002. Est. Value—$555. Archives ForeignHis Excellency The President of the Republic of Hungary and Mrs. MadlNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
Video: “George Bush.” Rec'd—May 16, 2002. Est. Value—$5. Archives Foreign
Hardcover books (2): “The Parliament House of Hungary,” by Jozsef Sisa and “Hungarian Helicon,” by Watson Kirkconnell. Rec'd—May 16, 2002. Est. Value—$45. Archives Foreign
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Album: 10″ x 14″ navy blue leather photo album stamped with Hungarian crest on cover; photographs document visit by former President George H.W. Bush to Hungary in November 2001. Rec'd—May 16, 2002. Est. Value—$150. Archives Foreign
Book: “Embers,” by Sandor Marai. Rec'd—May 16, 2002. Est. Value—$21. Archives Foreign
Paperback book: “A Nemzet Konyvtarabol.” Rec'd—May 16, 2002. Est. Value—$20. Archives Foreign
First LadyBowl: 6″ open-cut Herend porcelain lidded bowl, painted with flowers and fruit; held in a red velvet presentation case. Rec'd—May 16, 2002. Est. Value—$670. Archives ForeignHis Excellency Viktor Orban, Prime Minister of the Republic of HungaryNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
First LadyVase: 25″ glass vase of contemporary design with blue, yellow, and purple spheres around center. Rec'd—May 20, 2002. Est. Value—$350. Archives ForeignHis Excellency Vaclav Havel, President of the Czech RepublicNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
Artwork: 23″ x 27″ portrait on canvas of Mrs. Bush by Zubov; held in a blue wooden frame. Rec'd—May 20, 2002. Est. Value—$400. Archives Foreign
Hardcover book: “Praga Caput Regni,” by Jaroslav Guth and Jaroslav Seifert. Rec'd—May 20, 2002. Est. Value—$26. Archives Foreign
Handbag: black beaded evening bag in a blue presentation case. Rec'd—May 20, 2002. Est. Value—$120. Archives Foreign
First LadyAccessories: 54″ x 54″ black silk chiffon scarf with white trim and beaded seashell pattern in one corner; and 13″ x 4″ black leather “Gold Pfeil” handbag with silver tone trim. Rec'd—May 22, 2002. Est. Value—$689. Archives ForeignHis Excellency Gerhard Schroeder, Chancellor of the Federal Republic of GermanyNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
First LadyArtwork: 3″ oval painting of Jesus inside a gold tone Faberge-style egg with multi-colored enamel detailing; egg is suspended over a blue marble pedestal with inlaid cross on front. Rec'd—May 24, 2002. Est. Value—$350. Archives ForeignMrs. Ludmila Aleksandrovna PutinaNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
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Tea service: Tiffany & Co. silver tea set, including 14″ platter, 51/2″ pot, 3″ creamer, and 41/2″ sugar bowl decorated with blue and white enamel; Faberge-style egg with similar motif also included. Rec'd—May 24, 2002. Est. Value—$6050. Archives Foreign
Album: white vinyl photo album with gold embossing, chronicling Mrs. Bush's and Mrs. Putina's visit to a Russian museum and school. Rec'd—May 24, 2002. Est. Value—$30. Archives Foreign
First LadyHandbag: 12″ navy blue Christian Dior “saddle bag” purse. Rec'd—May 26, 2002. Est. Value—$590. Archives ForeignMrs. Bernadette ChiracNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
First LadyTableware: wooden salad set, consisting of 51/2″ bowls (12), 161/2″ serving bowl and two serving utensils. Rec'd—June 13, 2002. Est. Value—$350. Archives ForeignHis Excellency Abel Pacheco de la Espriella, President of the Republic of Costa RicaNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
First LadyBrooch: 21/2″ stick pin brooch with diamond. Rec'd—June 26, 2002. Est. value—$550. Archives ForeignThe Honorable Dave Bronconnier, Mayor of CalgaryNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
First LadyClothing: traditional Afghan attire of multi-colored and heavily embroidered pants, tunic and scarf. Rec'd—July 16, 2002. Est. value—$800. Archives ForeignDr. Zimat Karzai, Office of the President of the Afghan Transitional administrationNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
First LadyHardcover books (2): “Bronze Sculpture,” by Magdalena Abakanowicz, and “Magdalena Abakanowicz,” by Barbara Rose. Rec'd—July 24, 2002. Est. value—$100. Archives ForeignMrs. Jolanta KwasniewskaNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
Sugar bowl: 4″ sterling silver sugar bowl with round green stone on top and six silver and green sugar spoons; held in a wooden and glass case. Rec'd—July 24, 2002. Est. value—$450. Archives Foreign
First LadyShawl; 86″ x43″ beige wool shawl with multi-colored embroidered trim. Rec'd—September 12, 2002. Est. value—$500. Archives ForeignHis Excellency Pervez Musharraf, President of the Islamic Republic of PakistanNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
First LadyJewelry: 14″ white gold Damiani necklace with grey pearls and a cluster of diamonds. Rec'd—September 14, 2002. Est. value—$2250. Archives ForeignHis Excellency Silvio Berlusconi, President of the Council of Ministers of the Italian RepublicNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
First LadyPlate: 131/2″ Moser glass plate with filigreed gold edge. Rec'd—September 18, 2002. Est. value—$800. Archives ForeignHis Excellency The President of the Czech Republic and Mrs. HavlovaNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
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First LadyJewelry: 18″ gold tone necklace with three square cut amber stones in center and a pair of 1/2″ matching earrings. Rec'd—September 25, 2002. Est. value—$500. Archives ForeignHis Excellency Hugo Guiliani Cury, Ambassador of the Dominican RepublicNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
First LadyTable linens: 8 white linen napkins (15″ x 15″) embroidered in one corner with a flower and birds; and a 58′ x 92″ matching tablecloth. Rec'd—September 25, 2002. Est. value—$350. Archives ForeignMrs. Lalao Ravalomanana, Office of the President of the Republic of MadagascarNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
First LadyHardcover books (2): “Concepts and Theories of His Majesty the King on Development” and “King Bhumibol: Strength of the Land,” both published by the Thai government. Paperback book: “The Support Foundation and Handicrafts,” published by donor's organization. Rec'd—October 9, 2002. Est. value—$115. Archives ForeignHer Majesty Queen Sirikit of ThailandNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
First LadyPurse: 6″ handbag made of woven grasses with a gold handle and clasp studded with diamonds; held in a purple silk presentation case. Rec'd—October 9, 2002. Est. value—$10,000. Archives Foreign
First LadyTable linens: 6 white linen napkins (11″ x 11″) with lace edging shot through with bronze thread and a matching 93″ x 56″ tablecloth. Rec'd—October 12, 2002. Est. value—$300. Archives ForeignMrs. Ludmila Aleksandrovna PutinaNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
First LadyShawl: 35″ x 84″ pink cashmere shawl with fringed ends. Rec'd—October 25, 2002. Est. value—$239. Archives ForeignMadame Wang YepingNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
First LadyHardcover books (12): “A Dream of Red Mansions (3 volumes),” by Tsao Hsueh-Chin and Kao Hgo; “Journey to the West (3 volumes),” by Wu Cheng'en; “Outlaws of the Marsh (3) volumes),” by Shi Nai'an and Luo Guanzhongi; and “Three Kingdoms (3 volumes),” by Luo Guanzhong. Rec'd—October 25, 2002. Est. value—$244. Archives Foreign
First LadyAccessories: 52″ x 11″ natural silk scarf and matching 101/2″ x 101/2″ handkerchief, both with black and white handprinted designs of flowers and dots. Rec'd—November 22, 2002. Est. Value—$110. Archives ForeignMrs. Dagmar Havlova, First Lady of the Czech RepublicNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
Accessory: 81/2″ black beaded clutch-style evening bag. Rec'd—November 22, 2002. Est. Value—$120. Archives Foreign
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Consumable: 10.5 oz. bottle of Bulgari “cologne au the vert (green tea).” Rec'd—November 22, 2002. Est. Value—$225. Handled pursuant to Secret Service policy
Silver and green Bulgari atomizer. Rec'd—November 22, 2002. Est. Value—$70. Archives Foreign
Artwork: 41/2 x 31/4 ceramic tile decorated with fruit design. Rec'd—November 22, 2002. Est. Value—$10. Archives Foreign
First LadyLeatherbound book: hand-written religious manuscript on parchment in Geez, a Semitic Ethiopian language; inscribed by donor and held in a silk presentation case. Rec'd—December 5, 2002. Est. Value—$450. Archives ForeignHis Excellency Meles Zenawi, Prime Minister of the Federal Democratic Republic of EthiopiaNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
First FamilyHome accessories: 11″ x 4″ glass candle plate; 41/4″ x 41/4″ wooden and stone coasters (6) with nautical theme; 6 navy blue and beige placemats with sea shell decorations; 6 navy blue cloth napkins with sea shell decorations; 6 blue and orange ceramic cups with nautical theme; and 4″ x 6″ stoneware picture frames (2) imprinted with outlines of sea life. Rec'd—January 15, 2002. Est. Value—$671. Archives ForeignTheir Majesties King Abdullah II, and Queen Rania al AbdullahNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
Candles: three square, scented candles. Rec'd—January 15, 2002. Est. Value—$30. Handled pursuant to Secret Service policy
Chest: 22″ x 153/4″ x 101/2″ wooden chest with glass lid containing various nautical items including shells, star fish, and smooth pebbles. Rec'd—January 15, 2002. Est. Value—$60. Archives Foreign
Hardcover book: “The Little Book of Aqaba” set on glass display with glass magnifying bar and painted ceramic tile. Rec'd—January 15, 2002. Est. Value—$65. Archives Foreign
First FamilyArtwork (2): stitched portraits of President Bush (18″ x 22″) and Mrs. Bush (18″ x 21″); held in green velvet boxes. Rec'd—March 12, 2002. Est. Value—$200. Archives ForeignHis Excellency Islam Karimov, President of the Republic of UzbekistanNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
First FamilySculptures (2): contemporary design in glass and metal. Rec'd—March 22, 2002. Est. Value—$25. Archives ForeignHis Excellency Vicente Fox Quesada, President of the United Mexican StatesNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
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First FamilyScarves (5): 54″ x 12″ scarves, two brown made from Vicuna wool, one grey made from baby llama wool, one ivory made from royal alpaca, and one taupe made from guanaco wool; held in two wooden cases. Rec'd—March 23, 2002. Est. Value—$500. Archives ForeignHis Excellency Alejandro Toledo Manrique, President of the Repubic of PeruNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
First FamilyArtwork: 23″ x 15″ embroidered image of the First Family, double matted and held in a 341/2″ x 26″ brown wooden frame. Rec'd—April 4, 2002. Est. Value—$1500. Archives ForeignHis Excellency Jiang Zemin, President of the People's Republic of ChinaNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
First FamilyTea service: six 31/2″ blue and gold painted teacups, six saucers, 8″ pitcher, 5″ covered sugar bowl, 4″ cream pitcher, 6″ pastry plates (6), and 81/2″ round serving plate. Rec'd—May 25, 2002. Est. Vajue—$449. Archives ForeignThe Honorable Vladimir Anatolyevich Yakovlev, Governor of St. PetersburgNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
First FamilyArtwork: 411/2″ x 291/2″ oil on canvas painting (c. 1891-93) of a Native American buffalo hunt, by C.M. Russell; held in a 48″ x 37″ gilt frame with small plaque at bottom. Rec'd—August 28, 2002. Est. Value—$1,000,000. Archives ForeignHis Royal Highness Prince Bandar bin Sultan, Ambassador of Saudi ArabiaNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
Framed letter: March 4, 1942 letter from Helen Tredwell Harrison, whose father was original owner of “The Buffalo Hunt,” by C.M. Russell, to a gallery in Dallas, TX, detailing the circumstances of her father's possession of the painting; matted and held in a 25″ x 201/4″ wooden frame. Rec'd—August 28, 2002. Est. Value—$300. Archives Foreign
First FamilyHousehold accessory: 41/2″ Herend bowl handpainted with blue, orange, pink, yellow, purple and green flowers with gold trim; held in a 61/2″ x 51/2″ blue velvet presentation box. Rec'd—November 8, 2002. Est. Value—$535. Archives ForeignHis Excellency The Prime Minister of the Republic of Hungary and Mrs. MedgyessyNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
First FamilyGlassware: Moser glass decanter (11″) with stopper and six matching glasses. Rec'd—November 22, 2002. Est. Value—$1000. Archives ForeignHis Excellency Vaclav Havel, President of the Czech RepublicNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
Consumable: 70cl bottle of Jan Becher Becherovka Carlsbad liqueur. Rec'd—November 22, 2002. Est. Value—$54. Handled pursuant to Secret Service policy
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First Daughters—Jenna and BarbaraArtwork: 14″ x 181/2″ painting with a three dimensional abstract figural of a bird in the center, by Romanian artist Luciana Tamas. Rec'd—November 22, 2002. Est. Value—$1500. Archives ForeignHis Excellency Ion Iliescu, President of RomaniaNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
Accessories (2): 361/2″ and 40″ black velvet belts with intricate beaded floral motifs. Rec'd—November 22, 2002. Est. Value—$30. Archives Foreign
Artwork: 91/2″ colorful three dimensional sculpture resembling a teapot, by Romanian artist Luciana Tamas. Rec'd—November 22, 2002. Est. Value—$1000. Archives Foreign
First Daughter Barbara BushPitcher: 91/2″ Turkish glass pitcher with blue and white swirl design. Silver pieces: 6″ hand mirror and 2″ trinket box with floral motif. Handkerchief: hand-stitched white handkerchief with small yellow flowers around the edge. Rec'd—January 16, 2002. Est. Value—$225. Archives ForeignHis Excellency The Prime Minister of the Republic of Turkey and Mrs. EcevitNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
First Daughter Barbara BushFabric: Five yards of silk with intricate red design on a black background. Rec'd—February 28, 2002. Est. Value—$500. Archives ForeignHis Excellency Jiang Zemin, President of the People's Republic of China and Madame Wang YepingNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
First Daughter Barbara BushClothing: Traditional Uzbek attire consisting of a gold hat with colored sequins and a gold tassel, black velvet slippers with gold embroidery, royal blue velvet pants with gold trim, and a royal blue velvet robe with white and gold embroidery in a floral pattern. Rec'd—March 12, 2002. Est. Value—$350. Archives ForeignHis Excellency Islam Karimov, President of the Republic of UzbekistanNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
First Daughter Jenna BushPitcher: 91/2″ Turkish glass pitcher with white swirl design and cork. Silver pieces: 6″ hand mirror and 2″ trinket box with floral motif. Handkerchief: hand-stitched white handkerchief with small pink flowers around the edge. Rec'd—January 16, 2002. Est. Value—$237. Archives ForeignHis Excellency The Prime Minister of the Republic of Turkey and Mrs. EcevitNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
First Daughter Jenna BushFabric: Five yards of silk with intricate red design on a black background. Rec'd—February 28, 2002. Est. Value—$500. Archives ForeignHis Excellency Jiang Zemin, President of the People's Republic of China and Madame Wang YepingNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
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First Daughter Jenna BushClothing: Traditional Uzbek attire consisting of a gold hat with colored sequins and a gold tassel, black velvet slippers with gold embroidery, royal blue velvet pants with gold trim, and a royal blue velvet robe with white and gold embroidery in a floral pattern. Rec'd—March 12, 2002. Est. Value—$350. Archives ForeignHis Excellency Islam Karimov, President of the Republic of UzbekistanNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
Brooks, Karen B., Director for Asian Affairs, National Security CouncilWall hanging: 23″ x 23″ traditional Zodiac design depicting the Year of the Horse in gold, brown, green and blue stitched cord and metallic sequins on black velvet. Rec'd—May 15, 2002. Est. Value—$350. Government PropertyPolice Colonel Hkam Awng, Joint Secretary of the Central Committee for Drug Abuse Control, Ministry of Home Affairs of the Union of BurmaNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
Brooks, Karen B., Director for Asian Affairs, National Security CouncilClothing: 161/2″ x 68″ orange silk scarf embroidered with traditional pattern in rust, celedon, black and pale yellow. Rec'd—December 20, 2002. Est. Value—$600. Government PropertyHis Excellency Phanthong Phommahaxay, Ambassador of the Lao People's Democratic RepublicNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
Bryza, Matthew J., Director, European and Eurasian Affairs, National Security CouncilFlatware set: silver flatware service for six; presented in a 131/2″ x 131/2″ wooden case. Rec'd—July 15, 2002. Est. Value—$650. Government PropertyHis Excellency Islam Karimov, President of the Republic of UzbekistanNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
Card, Andrew H., Jr., Assistant to the President and Chief of StaffWatch: Cartier men's stainless steel “Tank Francaise Steel” watch with automatic date; held in a red leather presentation case. Rec'd—May 28, 2002. Est. Value—$2900. Government PropertyHis Excellency Silvio Berlusconi, President of the Council of Ministers of the Italian RepublicNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
Elliott, Ruth E., Special Assistant for Scheduling and Advance, National Security CouncilRug; 5′ x 6.8′ hand crafted rug from Morocco of the “Rabat” design with medallion open-field red, cream and multi-color border (red, yellow, blue, green, black, and terra cotta). Rec'd—April 24, 2002. Est. Value—$600. Transferred to General Services AdministrationHis Majesty Mohammed VI, King of MoroccoNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
Falkenrath, Richard A, Special Assistant to the President and Senior Director for Policy and Plans, Office of Homeland SecurityBinoculars: black Swarovski Habicht 10 x 40 binoculars with wide angle. Rec'd—July 17, 2002. Est. Value—$722. Government PropertyHis Excellency Ernst Strasser, Federal Minister for the Interior of the Republic of AustriaNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
Fenton, Cathy, Special Assistant to the President and White House Social SecretaryRug: 10′ x 6.8′ hand crafted Oriental rug of the “Rabat” design. Rec'd—May 8, 2002. Est. Value—$1200. Government PropertyHis Majesty Mohammed VI, King of MoroccoNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
Frazer, Jendayi, Special Assistant to the President and Senior Director for African Affairs, National Security CouncilArtwork: 18″ x 24″ oil painting on canvas board of African women seated against a wall, by Robe Kavanja; held in a 211/4″ x 271/4″ wooden frame. Rec'd—December 20, 2002. Est. Value—$650. Government PropertyMs. Rebecca Nabutola, Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International CooperationNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
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Fried, Dankel, Special Assistant to the President and Senior Director for European and Eurasian Affairs, National Security CouncilClothing: traditional Uzbek attire consisting of a multi-colored silk scarf (49″ x 49″), a collapsible 6″ black hat with white design, and a navy blue velvet robe with elaborate gold embroidery. Rec'd—March 13, 2002. Est. Value—$350. Archives, Staff GiftHis Excellency Islam Karimov, President of the Republic of UzbekistanNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
Fried, Daniel, Special Assistant to the President and Senior Director for European and Eurasian Affairs, National Security CouncilWatch: Bulgari stainless steel “Rettangolo” watch; held in a black leather presentation box. Rec'd—May 28, 2002. Est. Value—$3000. Government PropertyHis Excellency Silvio Berlusconi, President of the Council of Ministers of the Italian RepublicNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
Hughes, Karen, Assistant to the President and Counselor to the PresidentBowl: 81/2″ x 101/2″ white porcelain Kongliche Porzellan-Manufaktur Berlin oval vegetable dish, with gold band trim and handpainted floral and butterfly design. Rec'd—May 22, 2002. Est. Value—$315. Archives, Staff GiftHis Excellency Mr. Johannes Rau, President of the Federal Republic of GermanyNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
Moriarty, James F., Special Assistant to the President and Senior Director for Asian Affairs, National Security CouncilDesk clock: 11/2″ square silver trim clock face set in blue lucite square (31/8″), with four pearls in silver squares accenting the four corners of clock face, etched silver crest on top of lucite square; quartz movement; mounted on 11/4″ x 31/2″ silver base; reverse of clock engraved “Office of the Prime Minister, Tokyo”. Rec'd—October 12, 2002. Est. Value—$555. Government PropertyHis Excellency Yasuo Fukuda, Chief Cabinet Secretary of JapanNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
Rice, Condoleezza, Assistant to the President for National Security AffairsScarf: 76″ x 221/2″ olive green silk embroidered with gold thread and 2″ fringe. Rec'd—January 12, 2002. Est. Value—$350. Archives, Staff GiftHis Excellency Abdus Samad Azad, Minister of Foreign Affairs of the People's Republic of BangladeshNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
Rice, Condeleezza, Assistant to the President for National Security AffairsTea pot: 12″ silver tea pot with engraved designs. Rec'd—January 14, 2002. Est. Value—$1000. Archives, Staff GiftHis Highness Sheikh Sulman bin Hamad bin Isa Al-Khalifa, Crown Prince of the State of Bahrain and Head of the Bahrain Defense ForceNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
Rice, Condoleezza, Assistant to the President for National Security AffairsPlate: 91/4″ silver plate engraved “Presented by Nguyen Tan Dung, Deputy Prime Minister Socialist Republic of Vietnam”, with a black lacquer stand. Rec'd—January 14, 2002. Est. Value—$300. Archives, Staff GiftHis Excellency, Nguyen Tan Dung, Deputy Prime Minister of the Socialist Republic of VietnamNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
Rice, Condoleezza, Assistant to the President for National Security AffairsCrystal rock with light wood stand from Madagascar, presented in a hand woven basket with yellow embroidery. Rec'd—January 14, 2002. Est. Value—$714. Archives, Staff GiftHis Excellency, Didier Ratsiraka, President of the Republic of MadagascarNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
Rice, Condoleezza, Assistant to the President for National Security AffairsJewelry set (4 pieces); silver necklace, earrings, ring and bracelet with coral stones. Rec'd—January 14, 2002. Est. Value—$750. Archives, Staff GiftHis Excellency, Ali Abduallah Saleh, President of the Republic of YemenNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
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Rice, Condoleezza, Assistant to the President for National Security AffairsClothing: traditional Uzbek attire consisting of a gold hat with colored sequins and a gold tassel, and a blue velvet robe with gold and white embroidery in a floral pattern. Rec'd—March 13, 2002. Est. Value—$300. Archives, Staff GiftHis Excellency, Islam Karimov, President of the Republic of UzbekistanNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
Flatware set: 22K silver flatware service for six; presented in a 131/2″ x 131/2″ wooden case. Rec'd—March 13, 2002. Est. Value—$650. Archives, Staff Gift
Rice, Condoleezza, Assistant to the President for National Security AffairsJewelry 1″ 18K white gold American flag lapel pin, inset with sapphires, diamonds and rubies. Rec'd—May 27, 2002. Est. Value—$1,000. Government PropertyHis Excellency, Carlo Azeglio Ciampi, President of the Italian RepublicNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
Rice, Condoleezza, Assistant to the President for National Security AffairsHardback book: “The Russian Museum,” a compilation of paintings found within the Russian Museum. Rec'd—May 31, 2002. Est. Value—$28. Government PropertyMr. Vladmir B. Rushaylo, Secretary of Russian Security CouncilNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
Hardback book: “The Tretyakov Gallery,” a compilation of paintings found at the Tretyakov Gallery. Rec'd—May 31, 2002. Est. Value—$28. Government Property
Hardback book: “Nizhny Novgorod Region,” with a history of, and various scenes throughout the region. Rec'd—May 31, 2002. Est. Value—$27. Government Property
Hardback book: “Folk Handicrafts of the Nizhny Novgorod Region,” featuring crafts of local citizens. Rec'd—May 31, 2002. Est. Value—$18. Government Property
Hardback book: “Inaugural Addresses of the Presidents of the United States,” printed in Russian. Rec'd—May 31, 2002. Est. Value—$20. Government Property
CDs (2): “The Best of Henry Mancini.” Rec'd—May 31, 2002. Est. Value—$29. Government Property
CDs: “Romances,” by Alexander Podbolotov. Rec'd—May 31, 2002. Est. Value—$28. Government Property
CDs: “Nue,” by Lara Fabian (in French). Rec'd—May 31, 2002. Est. Value—$26. Government Property
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Hardcover coffee table book: “Treasures of the Kremlin” (approximate title, printed in Russian), held in red cloth sleeve. Rec'd—May 31, 2002. Est. Value—$30. Government Property
Hardcover coffee table book: “Hermitage Paintings” (approximate title, printed in Russian), by Kolin Eysler. Rec'd—May 31, 2002. Est. Value—$55. Government Property
Hardcover book: “Scientific Problem of National Security of the Russian Federation: Volume 3,” (approximate title, printed in Russian), by the Security Council of the Russian Federation. Rec'd—May 31, 2002. Est. Value—$20. Government Property
Hardcover book: “The Special Services of the USA” (approximate title, printed in Russian). Rec'd—May 31, 2002. Est. Value—$20. Government Property
Hardcover book: “Contemporary International Relations,” (approximate title, printed in Russian), by Mgimo. Rec'd—May 31, 2002. Est. Value—$20. Government Property
Hardcover book: “The History of Russia's International Relations and Foreign Policy 1648-2000,” (approximate title, printed in Russian), by A.S. Protopopov, V.M. Kuzmenko, and N.C. Yelmaniva. Rec'd—May 31, 2002. Est. Value—$20. Government Property
CDs (5): “The Carnival of Love,” “Besame Mucho,” “Tango,” “With Love to You,” and “The Best of Rio-Rita” by V. Kovtun (approximate titles, printed in Russian). Rec'd—May 31, 2002. Est. Value—$40. Government Property
CD: “Promise of Love,” (approximate title, printed in Russian), by Mikael Tariverdiyov. Rec'd—May 31, 2002. Est. Value—$8. Government Property
CD: “Great Composers: Masterpiece of the Musical Art of Russia,” (approximate title, printed in Russian). Rec'd—May 31, 2002. Est. Value—$8. Government Property
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Rice, Condoleezza, Assistant to the President for National Security AffairsTextiles: 27″ x 83″ fringed traditional silk and wool cloth; handwoven in light blue, white, tan, peach and yellow threads. Rec'd—June 6, 2002. Est. Value—$350. Government PropertyHis Excellency Ivica Racan, Prime Minister of the Republic of CroatiaNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
Rice, Condoleezza, Assistant to the President for National Security AffairsClothing: traditional Saudi attire (abaya) of a black and burgundy robe with matching 70″ shawl and a black caftan with elaborate gold embroidery and multi-colored sequins. Rec'd—June 25, 2002. Est. Value—$250. Archives, Staff GiftHis Royal Highness Abdallah bin Abd al-Aziz Al Saud, Crown Prince, First Deputy Prime Minister and Commander of the National Guard of Saudi ArabiaNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
Jewelry: sterling silver jewelry set consisting of a necklace, earrings, ring with black stone, bracelet, choker and belt. Rec'd—June 25, 2002. Est. Value—$150. Archives, Staff Gift
Rice, Condoleezza, Assistant to the President for National Security AffairsRug: 73″ x 44″ Turcoman hand knotted rug; made of wool on warp and silk on weft with 21/2″ silk fringe. Rec'd—June 26, 2002. Est. Value—$2200. Government PropertyHis Excellency Mr. Yonus Qanooni, Minister of Interior of the Interim Administration of AfghanistanNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
Rice, Condoleezza, Assistant to the President for National Security AffairsJewelry: 1″ x 11/2″ amber “Joyas Criollas” pin with 14K twisted gold setting. Rec'd—July 23, 2002. Est. Value—$300. Government PropertyHis Excellency Hipolito Mejia, President of the Dominican RepublicNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
Rice, Condoleezza, Assistant to the President for National Security AffairsArt: two contemporary brass sculptures (71/2″) mounted on 4″ circular wooden bases. Each sculpture has two stylized figures of a man and a woman linked arm in arm. Rec'd—August 5, 2002. Est. Value—$190. Government PropertyHis Excellency Augustin Katumba Mwanke, Minister of the Presidency of the Democratic Republic of the CongoNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
Art: 211/2″ x 13″ framed copper relief overpainted with an image of a woman stirring a mortar; signed “02 . . . Lotonga”. Rec'd—August 5, 2002. Est. Value—$210. Government Property
Rice, Condoleezza, Assistant to the President for National Security AffairsCandelabrum: 14″ x 133/4″ three candle, sterling silver hallmarked candelabrum, convertible to single candlestick, with top nob; held in a blue velvet presentation box. Rec'd—September 30, 2002. Est. Value—$500. Government PropertyHis Excellency Mohamed Hussein Tantaway, Minister of Defense and Military Production of the Arab Republic of EgyptNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
Rice, Condoleezza, Assistant to the President for National Security AffairsAccessories: 36″ square, silk Hermes scarf with “Aloha” images of parrots, Hawaiian women, palm trees and ocean, in orange, yellow, blue and green tones with a terra cotta tone border. Rec'd—October 17, 2002. Est. Value—$250. Government PropertyHer Excellency Michele Alliot-Marie, Minister of Defense and War Veterans of the French RepublicNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
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Desk accessory: Pichard-Balme paperweight of enameled French flag and standard; obverse has inset of Ministry of Defense gold tone insignia and four symbols in corners of flag; “Ministre de la Defense” and smaller insignias inset on reverse. Rec'd—October 17, 2002. Est. Value—$45. Government Property
Rice, Condoleezza, Assistant to the President for National Security AffairsHardcover books (2): “Brancusi,” by Radu Varia, 2nd printing 2002, Rizzoli International; “Romania,” by Petre Baron, presented in a red velvet box. Rec'd—November 23, 2002. Est. Value—$135. Government PropertyHis Excellency Ion Iliescu, President of RomaniaNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
Artwork: 11″ x 14″ single matted oil pastel caricature of Dr. Rice by Stefan Popa titled “Condoleezza Rice (SUA) Praga 21-22 Noiembrie 20020”, held in a 16″ x 20″ frame; presented in navy blue portfolio box. Rec'd—November 23, 2002. Est. Value—$500. Government Property
Desk accessory: 34″ x 9″ x 11″ wooden model ship with banners “NATO builds Tomorrow's Security Ark”. Rec'd—November 23, 2002. Est. Value—$175. Government Property
Rice, Condoleezza, Assistant to the President for National Security AffairsHousehold accessory: 6″ x 31/2″ round sterling silver compote with silver handles, with raised diagonal design in four quadrants; from the Museum of Cycladic Art. Rec'd—November 26, 2002. Est. Value—$350. Government PropertyHis Excellency George Papandreou, Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Hellenic RepublicNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
Rice, Condoleezza, Assistant to the President for National Security AffairsDesk accessory: hinged 45/8″ x 11/2″ silver filligree box of intricate design studded with numerous small silver beads worked into design; 3″ square raised on top. Rec'd—December 31, 2002. Est. Value—$300. Government PropertyHis Excellency Igor Ivanov, Minister for Foreign Affairs of the Russian FederationNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
Ridge, Thomas J., Assistant to the President for Homeland SecurityPaperback book: “Catalogo del Fondo Reservado de la Biblioteca.” Rec'd—March 15, 2002. Est. Value—$75. Government PropertyThe Honorable David Rafael Marcedo de la Concha, Attorney General of the United Mexican StatesNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
Hardcover book: “Patrimonio Artistico de la Procuraduria General de la Republica.” Rec'd—March 15, 2002. Est. Value—$125. Government Property
Platter: 10″ x 12″ silver platter engraved “Procuraduria General De La Republica.” Rec'd—March 15, 2002. Est. Value—$100. Government Property
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AGENCY: Executive Office of the President

[Report of Tangible Gifts]

Name and title of person accepting the gift on behalf of the U.S. GovernmentGift, date of acceptance on behalf of the U.S. Government, estimated value, and current disposition or locationIdentity of foreign donor and governmentCircumstances justifying acceptance
114168/BOYER_C, Vice PresidentOil Painting on canvas of the Statute of Liberty, titled Liberty, in the Impressionist style by Georgian artist Tamaz Khutsishvili (2001), measures 30″ by 36″, with 3 inch gilt frame, Rec'd—October 1, 2001. Est. Value—$1800. Archives ForeignHis Excellency Eduard Shevardnadze, President of GeorgiaNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
115304/MURRAY_M, Vice PresidentSilver cigarette box, approximately 73/4″ by 41/8″, with scene engraved on lid of Plazzo Dell'Ecc . . . Prencipe Chigi in Plazza Colonna, Venice. Rec'd—October 22, 2001. Est. Value—$550. Archives ForeignHis Excellency, Gianfranco Fini, Deputy Prime Minister of the Italian RepublicNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
114191/MURRAY_M, Vice PresidentLeaded crystal liquor serving set consisting of a decanter with stopper, six serving glasses and six cloth napkins. Rec'd—January 15, 2002. Est. Value—$550. Archives ForeignHis Excellency, Bulent Ecevit, Prime Minister The Republic of TurkeyNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
115410/MURRAY_M, Vice PresidentAfghani rug, navy background with rust colored designs. Silk and wool. Measures 118″ by 84″, Rec'd—January 28, 2002. Est. Value—$4000. Archives ForeignHis Excellency, Hamid Karzai, President of AfghanistanNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
114992/BOYER_C, Vice PresidentSculpture by Israeli artist, Miriam Hirszowicz, of a small silver dove sitting on a frosted glass stele, mounted on a piece of frosted glass. Measures 6″ high by 5″ wide. Rec'd—February 6, 2002. Est. Value—$290. Archives ForeignHis Excellency, Benjamin Ben-Eliezer, Minister of Defense for IsraelNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
115138/MURRAY_M, Vice PresidentSilver palm tree approximately 8″ high and 5″ in width on plastic base, inscription reads “Presented by H.H. Shaikh Salman Bin Hamad Al-Kalifa, Crown Prince & Commander-in-Chief Bahrain Defence Force.” Rec'd—February 11, 2002. Est. Value—$450. Archives ForeignHis Highness, Sheikh Salman Bin Hamad Al-Khalifa, Crown Prince and Commander in Chief of the Bahrain Defence ForceNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
115145/MURRAY_M, Vice PresidentPakastani carpet, ca. 2000, in new condition, very good quality, elongated center Arabesque medallion, cotton warp and weft, all wool pile. Taupe medallion with navy blue field. Measures 48″ by 76″ Rec'd—February 13, 2002. Est. Value—$1800. Archives ForeignHis Excellency, Pervez Musharraf, President of the Islamic Republic of PakistanNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
115445/MURRAY_M, Vice PresidentEbony sculpture of seated African man, measures 22″ high. Rec'd—February 28, 2002. Est. Value—$1375. Archives ForeignHis Excellency. Jose Eduardo dos Santos, President of the Republic of AngolaNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
Tapestry painting of African woman on mottled red and black velvet, signed Pululu 02. Rec'd—February 28, 2002. Est. Value—$500. Archives Foreign
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Hard cover book—Angola O Futuro Comeca Agora, with two CDs in book pocket. Similar coffee table books on Barnes and Noble sell for $50. Estimated value for two CDs is $20. Rec'd—February 28, 2002. Est. Valule—$70. Archives Foreign
Forty 250 gram packages (10 Kilos) of Cafe Ginga roasted coffee beans from Angola priced at $8 per package. Rec'd—February 28, 2002. Est. Value—$320. Handled pursuant to Secret Service Policy
115528/BOYER_C Vice PresidentSterling silver rectangular box lined in blue velvet, in blue velvet presentation case. Lid of box is inscribed in Arabic. Measures 8″ by 4.5″. Rec'd—March 4, 2002. Est. Value—$550. Archives ForeignHis Excellency, Mohamed Hosny Mubarak, President of the Arab Republic of EgyptNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
117574/BOYER_C, Vice PresidentBronze resin bust of Winston Churchill. A Marcus Replica—exact reproduction of hand sculpted model. Made in England for the Cabinet War Rooms Museum. Museum is partially government funded. Rec'd—March 10, 2002. Est. Value—$291. Transferred to the General Services AdministrationMr. Philip Reed, Director, Cabinet War Rooms Museum, LondonNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
116622/BOYER_C, Vice PresidentLarge ceremonial robe of navy blue velvet with gold and multi-colored embroidery, multi-colored silk scarf, and small black hand sewn hat. Rec'd—March 11, 2002. Est. Value—$350. Archives ForeignHis Excellency Islam Karimov, President of the Republic of UzbekistanNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
Sterling silver flatware service for six in presentation case with Uzbekistan seal. Flatware is Continental style. Rec'd—March 11, 2002. Est. Value—$850. Archives Foreign
116466/BOYER_C, Vice PresidentSterling silver notepad. Measures 4″ by 6″ with the Jordanian crest and a lithograph of the Monastery at Petra. Rec'd—March 12, 2002. Est. Value—$225. Archives ForeignHis Majesty, King Abdullah II bin al Hussein, of the Hashemite Kingdom of JordanNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
116510/BOYER_C, Vice PresidentGold vermeil sculpture of a palm tree with three antelopes grazing beneath it, on a wooden base covered with freshwater pearls. One of the antelopes was broken in shipping. Rec'd—March 16, 2002. Est. Value—$1500. Archives ForeignHis Majesty, Sheikh Hamad bin Essa Al Khalifa, King of the Kingdom of BahrainNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
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119371/BOYER_C, Vice PresidentPainted red Arabic chest, hinged lid with brass latch, 2 drawers, elaborate brass decoration on lid and sides. Measures 14″ by 25″ by 13″, Rec'd—March 16, 2002. Est. Value—$400. Archives ForeignHis Highness, Shaykh Zayid bin Sultan Al Nahayyan, President of the United Arab EmiratesNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
Four UAE gold coins in protective plastic cases ($300 each) Rec'd—March 16, 2002. Est. Value—$1200. Archives Foreign
Woven wool horse blanket, measures 30″ by 104″ ($35) Two black, red and green woven horse leads with silver thread, measure 1″ by 28″, with matching small tasseled pieces, measuring 1″ by 8″, ($200) Pink and purple yarn lead with tassel, 3″ by 36″, for decoration, no monetary value. Red and white woven lead with silver thread, 1″ by 34″, no monetary value, Rec'd—March 16, 2002. Est. Value—$235. Archives Foreign
Framed 8″ silver dagger with elaborate engraving; in a wood-framed double matted shadow box, measures 12″ by 15″, Rec'd—March 16, 2002. Est. Value—$125. Transferred to the General Services Administration
Wooden wall hanging with brass latch and other brass detailing, measures 10″ by 20″, Rec'd—March 16, 2002. Est. Value—$175. Archives Foreign
116474/BOYER_C, Vice PresidentTraditional Saudi men's clothing in green leather box: two long white cotton shirts, complete headdress, leather sandals, prayer beads, and brown tunic with gold epaulets. Rec'd—March 16, 2002. Est. Value—$250. Archives ForeignHis Majesty, Fahd Bin Abd Al-Aziz Al Saud, Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques, King of Kingdom of Saudi ArabiaNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
Clock topped with Sterling silver horse trimmed in gold vermeil, on a malachite base. Rec'd—March 16, 2002. Est. Value—$7500. Archives Foreign
Christian Dior Cosmetics for men—“Fahrenheit” fragrance; toilette water spray, after shave lotion, deodorant, soap, after shave splash. Rec'd—March 16, 2002. Est. Value—$177. Handled pursuant to Secret Service Policy
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116508/BOYER_C, Vice PresidentLarge gold vermeil and Sterling silver sailboat on burled wooden base. Given to the VP on his Middle East trip. Gift is a duplicate of a previous gift by same donor. Rec'd—March 17, 2002. Est. Value—$2500. Archives ForeignHis Highness, Hamad Bin Khalifa Al-Thani, Amir of the State of QatarNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
116511/BOYER_C, Vice PresidentAynsley bone china urn, with handpainted scenes of the Gulf War, and the inscription “Liberation of Kuwait”, Rec'd—March 18, 2002. Est. Value—$350. Archives ForeignHis Highness Shaykh Saad al-Abdullah Al-Salim Al Sabah, Crown Prince and Prime Minister of the State of KuwaitNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
Book: Kuwait Photographs & Memories by Mona Jabir Al-Abdullah Al-Jabir Al-Sabah, Rec'd—March 18, 2002. Est. Value—$65. Archives Foreign
116242/BOYER_C, Vice PresidentSilver covered cup, 3 inches in diameter, .900 silver. Rec'd—March 19, 2002. Est. Value—$150. Transferred to the General Services AdministrationHis Excellency, Bulent Ecevit, Prime Minister, The Republic of TurkeyNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
Silver plate inscribed with the Prime Minister's name and a Turkish flag, wooden plate stand. .900 silver. Rec'd—March 19, 2002. Est. Value—$200. Archives Foreign
116565/BOYER_C, Vice PresidentHandmade Khutaya porcelain decorative bowl with cover. White background with royal blue and gold trim and small colored flowers around the edge and bottom. 12″ in diameter. Presented in a blue velvet box. Rec'd—March 19, 2002. Est. Value—$700. Archives ForeignGeneral Huseyin Kivrikoglu, Commander of the Turkish Armed ForcesNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
116404/BOYER_C, Vice PresidentSmall Sterling silver sculpture depicting the walled old city of Jerusalem. Measures 2.5 inches in diameter. In plexiglass case, lined in blue velvet, with inscription to the Vice President. Rec'd—March 19, 2002, Est. Value—$500 Archives ForeignThe Honorable, Ariel Sharon, Prime Minister of the State of IsraelNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
Handpainted linen table runner with wheat design by Israeli artist, Anat Mayer. Measures 27″ by 13″, Rec'd—March 19, 2002. Est. Value—$150. Archives Foreign
117090/BOYER_C, Vice President and Mrs. CheneyBouquet of roses in ceramic vase. Rec'd—March 30, 2002. Est. Value—$300. Handled pursuant to Secret Service PolicyHis Royal Highness, Prince Bandar Bin Sultan Bin Abdulaziz, and Her Royal Highness, Princess Haifa Al Faisal, Embassy of Saudi ArabiaNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
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119207/BOYER_C, Vice PresidentReproduction of a Faberge egg. Red enamel egg on an attached pedestal. Made of 18K gold, with a total of 10.5 carats of diamonds. The center of the egg is rimmed with a floral garland; at the center of each flower is a .5 carat diamond. The top of the egg twists off to reveal a gold basket with gold flowers and three small eggs made of jasper. A band of small diamonds rims the dome of the egg. Rec'd—May 1, 2002. Est. Value—$17500. Archives ForeignHis Excellency, Igor Yusufov, Minister of Energy of the Russian FederationNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
119822/BOYER_C, Vice PresidentGold vermeil disk with a scene from Bahrain, on a metal stand with inscription to the VP. Measures 4″ in diameter. Rec'd—May 8, 2002. Est. Value—$500. Archives ForeignHis Excellency, Shaykh Khalifa Bin Salman Al Khalifa, Prime Minister of the Kingdom of BahrainNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
119455/MURRAY_M, Vice PresidentCeramic, lidded vase in white, green, black and red, in a snakestitch design with gold overlay, 12″ tall. Rec'd—May 24, 2002. Est. Value—$2000. Archives ForeignHis Majesty, Mohammad VI, King of MoroccoNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
119917/BOYER_C, Vice PresidentAfghani carpet in colors of navy, salmon, green, cream, and maroon. Measures 72″ x 44.5″, Rec'd—May 30, 2002. Est. Value—$660. Archives ForeignHis Excellency Yonus Qanooni, Minister of Interior, Interim Administration of AfghanistanNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
119824/BOYER_C, Vice PresidentGold vermeil eagle sculpture on malachite base decorated with gold flowers with semi-precious stones at the center. Rec'd—June 3, 2002. Est. Value—$3500. Archives ForeignHis Royal Highness. Abdallah Bin Abd Al-Aziz, Al Saud, Crown Prince, First Deputy Prime Minister, and Commander of the National Guard of Saudi ArabiaNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
119461/MURRAY_M, Vice PresidentSterling silver hexagonal jewelry box with hinged cover and blue velvet interior. Engraved design on exterior of the box. Rec'd—June 6, 2002. Est. Value—$450. Archives ForeignHis Excellency, Mohamed Hosny Mubarak, President of the Arab Republic of EgyptNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
120248/MURRAY_M, Vice PresidentCeramic marriage dolls titled, “A Lasting Marriage,” by Chen Hui-Yen Sculpture Studio, Taiwan. Measure 6.5″ high. Male and Female porcelain dolls with miniature lamps, shoes and a gong. Rec'd—June 25, 2002. Est. Value—$300. Archives ForeignThe Honorable Fredrick Chien, President of Control Yuan of the Republic, TaiwanNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
12037/BOYER_C, Vice President18 K gold reproduction of a Roman coin, with copy of donor's acceptance speech and program dated 5/30/02. Inscription on back of coin reads, “Senato Della Repvbblica” Rec'd—June 25, 2002. Est. Value—$400. Archives ForeignSenator Marcello Pera, President of the Italian SenateNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
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121673/BOYER_C, Vice PresidentSix Sterling silver shot glasses with buffalo motif, in wooden presentation box with Sterling silver ornamentation. Rec'd—July 17, 2002. Est. Value—$850. Archives ForeignHis Excellency, Aleksander Kwasniewski, President of the Republic of PolandNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
124348/BOYER_C, Vice PresidentHandwoven silk rug from Uzbekistan in Turkamen style and design, but bright red and unusual. Highly collectible. Measures 47″ X 63″, Rec'd—September 16, 2002. Est. Value—$900. Archives ForeignHis Excellency, Abdulaziz Komilov, Minister of Foreign Affairs of UzbekistanNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
127931/BOYER_C, Vice PresidentTooled leather chest board in Kyrgyz design, with a leather carrier. Wooden chess pieces depict the epic “Manas,” with dark-stained hats on one side and clear varnish hats on the opposition. Measures 18″ by 18″, Rec'd—September 24, 2002. Est. Value—$409. Archives ForeignHis Excellency, Askar Akaev, President of the Kyrgyz RepublicNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
125948/BOYER_C, Vice PresidentSterling silver plate engraved with a scene of King RamsesII riding his chariot. Measures 12″ in diameter. Rec'd—September 25, 2002. Est. Value—$500. Archives ForeignField Marshal Hussein Tantawi, Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces, Embassy of the Arab Republic of EgyptNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
Hand knotted silk Egyptian rug. Silk foundation and fringe. The ground is set with four panels of individual foliate designs. Major border with red ground; outer plain blue border. In green velvet box. Measures 12″ x 29″, Rec'd—September 25, 2002. Est. Value—$525. Archives Foreign
126198/BOYER_C, Vice PresidentMosiac Russian Icon of unidentified saint, in 18K gold frame with sapphires and rubies from Thailand and Sri Lanka inset in the frame. Frame has a jasper backing. Measures 7″ by 4.25″ by .5″. Rec'd—October 3, 2002. Est. Value—$9500. Archives ForeignHis Excellency, Igor Yusufov, Minister of Energy of the Russian FederationNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
127985/BOYER_C, Vice PresidentWool and alpaca textile (axsu) woven on a pre-Columbian loom by Bolivan artisan, Leonarda Churqui. Measures 26″ by 36″; mounted on black wool with wooden hanging rods. Features columns of red/black and pink/navy in native designs. Rec'd—November 14, 2002. Est. Value—$1000. Archives ForeignHis Excellency, Gonzalo Sanchez De Lozada, President of the Republic of BoliviaNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
129322/BOYER_C, Vice President and Mrs. CheneyTiffany “Brittania” crystal compote. Measures 5.75 inches high and 10 inches in diameter. Rec'd—December 12, 2002. Est. Value—$195. Vice President retainedHis Excellency, Salem Abdullah Al-Jaber Al-Sabah and Mrs. Rima R. Al-Sabah, Embassy of KuwaitNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
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116764/BOYER_C, Vice President and Mrs. CheneyInlaid mother-of-pearl background with nativity scene in bas relief and the word “Bethlehem 2000”, Rec'd—March 19, 2003. Est. Value—$2000. Archives ForeignYasser Arafat, Chairman of Palestinian Authority, PalestineNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
128536/BOYER_C, Vice PresidentRed and white Hsiao Fang Pottery vase, 12″ high, with dragon motif, on a rosewood base. In silk covered presentation box. Rec'd—09/17/02. Est. Value—$450. Archives ForeignThe Honorable Lien Chan, Chairman, Kuomintang Party, TaiwanNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
115528/BOYER_C, Mrs. CheneyAll silk Egyptian carpet, measures 40″ x 58″, having geometrical center medallion containing seven diamonds, new ca. 2000, very good quality and coloration. Rec'd—March 4, 2002. Est. Value—$1800. Archives ForeignHis Excellency, Mohamed Hosny Mubarak, President of the Arab Republic of EgyptNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
116466/BOYER_C, Mrs. CheneyMulti-color wool rug, handwoven by the Bedouin women of Jabal Bani Hamida for the Jordan River Foundation, a group dedicated to helping Jordanian women form microbusinesses making traditional crafts. Measures 80″ by 60″, Rec'd—March 12, 2002. Est. Value—$150. Archives ForeignHis Majesty, King Abdullah II bin al Hussein, of the Hashemite Kingdom of JordanNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
116338/BOYER_C, Mrs. CheneyNecklace, bracelet, earrings, ring in swirled pattern. White gold with 46.99 carets of diamonds and 51.08 carets of rubies. Manufactured by Mouawad. Given to Mrs. Cheney on March 2002 Middle East trip by Her Highness Hussa Al Shalon, wife of the Crown Prince. Rec'd—March 16, 2002. Est. Value—$40000. Archives ForeignHis Royal Highness, Abdallah Bin Abd Al-Aziz, Al Saud, Crown Prince, First Deputy Prime Minister and Commander of the National Guard of Saudi ArabiaNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
116510/BOYER_C, Mrs. CheneySterling silver commemorative coin set (8 coins), valued at $125. One 22k gold commemorative coin, valued at $315. Given to Mrs. Cheney by Sheikha Hala Bint Daij Al-Khalifa on the Middle East trip. Rec'd—March 16, 2002. Est. Value—$440. Archives ForeignHis Majesty, Sheikh Hamad bin Essa Al Khalifa, King of the Kingdom of BahrainNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
134571/BOYER_C, Mrs. CheneySamsonite metal suitcase given to Mrs. Cheney by Sheika Fatima Bent Mubarak al Kethi, wife of the President. Rec'd—March 16, 2002. Est. Value—$476. Archives ForeignHis Highness, Shaykh Zayid bin Sultan Al Nahayyan, President of the United Arab EmiratesNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
Royal blue silk long dress in a caftan style, embroidered with gold thread and beading. Given to Mrs. Cheney by Sheika Fatima Bent Mubarak al Kethi, wife of the President. Rec'd—March 16, 2002. Est. Value—$200. Archives Foreign
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Three piece black dress ensemble of brocade and lame. Given to Mrs. Cheney by Sheika Fatima Bent Mubarak al Kethi, wife of the President. Rec'd—March 16, 2002. Est. Value—$200. Archives Foreign
Green silk long dress in the caftan style decorated with scrolled and trailing flowers and leaves. Given to Mrs. Cheney by Sheika Fatima Bent Mubarak al Kethi, wife of the President. Rec'd—March 16, 2002. Est. Value—$150. Archives Foreign
Two piece dress in lightweight orange and white floral design silk-like fabric. Given to Mrs. Cheney by Sheika Fatima Bent Mubarak al Kethi, wife of the President. Rec'd—March 16, 2002. Est. Value—$75. Archives Foreign
119371/BOYER_C Mrs. CheneyLarge Arabic stained wooden chest, hinged lid with brass latch, 5 drawers, elaborate brass decoration on lid and sides, measures 19″ by 45″ by 19″. Rec'd—March 16, 2002. Est. Value—$900. Archives ForeignHis Highness, Shaykh Zayid bin Sultan Al Nahayyan, President of the United Arab EmiratesNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
Hardcover books: Phoenix Rising: The United Arab Emirates, Past, Present & Future by Werner Forman (cover price $95) and UAE in Focus: A Photographic History of the United Arab Emirates ($51), Rec'd—March 16, 2002. Est. Value—$146. Archives Foreign
21 K gold jewelry, necklace and earrings with synthetic emeralds and rubies and pearls, Rec'd—March 16, 2002. Est. Value—$4000. Archives Foreign
Six inch silver engraved dagger in a wood-framed double matted shadow box, measures 12″ by 14″, Rec'd—March 16, 2002. Est. Value—$150. Archives Foreign. Transferred to the General Services Administration
Four yards cotton dress material with silver braid at the neckline ($100), Black silk outer robe with jet beads, matching scarf ($100) Yellow satin dress with mauve chiffon overlay, jeweled bodice ($100), Girl's dress, purple with embroidered flowers, size 6-8, with silver braid at the neckline ($75), Rec'd—March 16, 2002. Est. Value—$375. Archives Foreign
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Gold plastic gahwa, 16″ high ($25) Woven wool horse blanket, measures 18″ by 104″ ($35), Rec'd—March 16, 2002. Est. Value—$60. Archives Foreign
Photograph of the Royal Family in a Christofle silver frame. Frame was broken in transit from the Middle East. Given to Mrs. Cheney by Sheika Fatima Bent Mubarak al Kethi. Rec'd—March 16, 2002. Est. Value—$450. Archives Foreign
 116474/BOYER_C, Mrs. CheneyAbaya and veils in black silk, with gold trim. Textiles valued at $250. Ornate jewelry made of thinly fashioned silver: Large necklace, belt, bracelet, earrings with black stone, ring with black stone, small necklace. Jewelry valued at $150. Rec'd—March 16, 2002. Est. Value—$400. Archives ForeignHis Majesty, Fahd Bin Abd Al-Aziz Al Saud, Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques and King of Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.Non-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
Christian Dior cosmetics for women-“J'Adore” fragrance; perfume, body lotion, soap, deodorant, bath gel. Rec'd—March 16, 2002. Est. Value—$176. Handled pursuant to Secret Service Policy
118658/BOYER_C, Mrs. CheneyNecklace, bracelet, earrings, and ring in antelope motif, white gold with 22 heart-shaped garnet stones of a total weight of 24.08 carets. Designed by Issa Al-Ghanem exclusively for Al Wajba Palace. In a burgundy colored ostrich leather box. Given to Mrs. Cheney by Her Highness Sheikha Mozah bint Nasser Al-Missned, second wife of the Amir. Rec'd—March 17, 2002. Est. Value—$3500. Archives ForeignHis Highness, Hamad Bin Khalifa Al-Thani, Amir of the State of QatarNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
117577/BOYER_C, Mrs. CheneyLimited edition, handcrafted and hand blown perfume bottle, made exclusively for Shfellah Center for Children with Special Needs. It has a Shlellah dower stopper, Sterling silver and gold plated. Made by Thomas Goode of London. Given to Mrs. Cheney by Her Highness Sheikha Mozah bint Nasser Al-Missned, second wife of the Amir. Rec'd—March 17, 2002. Est. Value—$400. Archives ForeignHigh Highness, Hamad Bin Khalifa Al-Thani, Amir of the State of QatarNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
116511/BOYER_C, Mrs. CheneyBracelet of 22K gold with two rows of medium size freshwater pearls. Rec'd—March 18, 2002. Est. Value—$550. Transferred to the General Services AdministrationHigh Highness, Shaykh Saad al-Abdullah Al-Salim Al Sabah, Crown Prince and Prime Minister of the State of KuwaitNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
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116582/BOYER_C, Mrs. CheneyMiniature mbayyat three drawer box encrusted with 22K gold. Given to Mrs. Cheney by Her Highness Shaykha Latifeh Fahad Al Sabah. Measures 10″ x 5″ x 6″ Rec'd—March 18, 2002. Est. Value—$2500. Archives ForeignShaykh Saad al-Abdullah Al-Salim Al Sabah, Crown Prince and Prime Minister of the State of KuwaitNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
Woman's ring, in 24K gold, with polished turquoise stone. given to Mrs. Cheney by Her Highness Shaykha Latifeh Fahad Al Sabah. Rec'd—March 18, 2002. Est. Value—$300. Archives Foreign
121673/BOYER_C, Mrs. CheneySilver pendant necklace with large Baltic amber stone, in flowing Art Nouveau design, with hinged Sterling silver tulus attached. Given to Mrs. Cheney by Jolanta Kwasniewski, wife of the President. Rec'd—July 17, 2002. Est. Value—$250. Archives ForeignHis Excellency Aleksander Kwasniewski President of the Republic of PolandNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
125948/BOYER_C, Mrs. CheneyJewelry set: white gold and small diamond necklace, bracelet, ring and earrings. Rec'd—September 25, 2002. Est. Value—$2500. Archives ForeignField Marshal Hussein Tantawi, Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces, Embassy of the Arab Republic of EgyptNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
116338/BOYER_C, Vice President StaffConcord stainless steel women's Saratoga bracelet watch, with quartz movement, calendar, and water resistance. Given to Mary Matalin at the Crown Prince's dinner in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia. Rec'd—March 16, 2002. Est. Value—$1450. Archives ForeignHis Royal Highness, Abdallah Bin Abd Al-Aziz, Al Saud, Crown Prince, First Deputy Prime Minister and Commander of the National Guard of Saudi ArabiaNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
Stainless steel Concord Sportivo men's bracelet watch with chronograph dial, quartz movement. Given to Lewis Libby at Crown Prince's dinner in Jeddah. Rec'd—March 16, 2002. Est. Value—$1790. Archives Foreign
Stainless steel Concord Sportivo men's bracelet watch with chronograph dial, quartz movement. Given to Eric Edelman at Crown Prince's dinner in Jeddah. Rec'd—March 16, 2002. Est. Value—$1790. Archives Foreign
Stainless steel Concord Sportivo men's bracelet watch with chronograph dial, quartz movement. Given to John Hannah at Crown Prince's dinner in Jeddah. Rec'd—March 16, 2002. Est. Value—$1790. Archives Foreign
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119371/BOYER_C, Vice President StaffSmall Arabic stained wooden chest, hinged lid with brass latch, 3 drawers, elaborate brass decoration on lid and sides, measures 14″ by 30″ by 16″ ($150) Book: UAE Yearbook 2000-2001 ($14) Brass gahwa, 15″ high ($25) Framed silver 6 inch engraved dagger, in wood-framed double-matted shadow box, 12″ by 14″ ($150) Four yards cotton dress material with silver braid at neckline ($100) Woven horse blanket, 30″ by 70″ ($35) Given to Lea Berman. Rec'd—March 16, 2002. Est. Value—$474. Archives ForeignHis Highness Shaykh Zayid bin Sultan Al Nahayyan, President of the United Arab EmiratesNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
Small Arabic stained wooden chest, hinged lid with brass latch, 3 drawers, elaborate brass decoration on lid and sides, measures 14″ by 30″ by 16″ ($150) Book: UAE Yearbook 2000-2001 ($14) Brass gahwa, 15″ high ($25) Framed silver 6 inch engraved dagger, in wood-framed, double-matted shadow box, 12″ by 14″ (150) Four yards cotton dress material with silver braid at neckline ($100) Woven horse blanket, 30″ by 70″ ($35) given to Laura Chadwick. Rec'd—March 16, 2002. Est. Value—$474. Archives Foreign
116474/BOYER_C, Vice President StaffBlack silk abaya, with rhinestones and gold lace. Given to Mary Matalin. Rec'd—March 16, 2002. Est. Value—$250. Personally retained by staff memberHis Majesty, Fahd Bin Abd Al-Aziz Al Saud, Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques and King of Kingdom of Saudi ArabiaNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
Seven boxes of Saudi traditional men's clothing were given to members of the VP's delegation to the Middle East. Two long white cotton shirts, complete headress, leather sandals, and prayer beads in green leather case. Each gift was valued at $250 by James Keshsishian. One box was sent to State Department Office of Protocol for Ambassador Burns; another box was sent to the President's gift unit for General Wayne Downing. The remaining five boxes were intended for members of the Vice President's personal staff. Rec'd—March 16, 2002. Est. Value—$1750. Archives Foreign
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116511/BOYER_C, Vice President StaffWomen's 22k gold bracelet with two rows of small cultured egg-shaped freshwater pearls. For Lea Berman. Rec'd—March 18, 2002. Est. Value—$450. Transferred to the General Services AdministrationHis Highness Shaykh Saad al-Abdullah Al-Salim Al Sabah, Crown Prince and Prime Minister of the State of KuwaitNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
Seven boxes of Saudi traditional men's clothing were given to members of the VP's delegation to the Middle East. Two long white cotton shirts, complete headress, leather sandals, and prayer beads in green leather case. Each gift was valued at $250 by James Keshsishian. One box was sent to State Department Office of Protocol for Ambassador Burns; another box was sent to the President's gift unit for General Wayne Downing. The remaining five boxes were intended for members of the Vice President's personal staff. Rec'd—March 16, 2002. Est. Value—$1750. Archives Foreign
116511/BOYER_C, Vice President StaffWomen's 22k gold bracelet with two rows of small cultured egg-shaped freshwater pearls. For Lea Berman. Rec'd—March 18, 2002. Est. Value—$450. Transferred to the General Services AdministrationHis Highness Shaykh Saad al-Abdullah Al-Salim Al Sabah, Crown Prince and Prime Minister of the State of KuwaitNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
Women's 22k gold bracelet with two rows of small cultured egg-shaped freshwater pearls. For Laura Chadwick. Rec'd—March 18, 2002. Est. Value—$450. Transferred to the General Services Administration
129322/BOYER_C, Vice President StaffTiffany “Metropolis” crystal bud vase. Measures 10 inches high. Given to Lewis Libby. Rec'd—December 12, 2002. Est. Value—$110. Archives ForeignHis Excellency Salem Abdullah Al-Jaber Al-Sabah & Mrs. Rima R. Al-Sabah, Embassy of KuwaitNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
Tiffany crystal bowl. Measures 4 inches high and 5 inches in diameter. Given to Eric Edelman. Rec'd—December 12, 2002. Est. Value—$100. Archives Foreign
Tiffany crystal bowl. Measures 4 inches high and 5 inches in diameter. Given to John Hannah. Rec'd—December 12, 2002. Est. Value—$100. Archives Foreign
Tiffany crystal bowl. Measures 4 inches high and 5 inches in diameter. Given to Dr. Tom Parker. Rec'd—December 12, 2002. Est. Value—$100. Archives Foreign
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AGENCY: United States Senate

[Report of Tangible Gifts]

Name and title of person accepting gift on behalf of the U.S. GovernmentGift, date of acceptance on behalf of the U.S. Government, estimated value and current disposition or locationIdentity of foreign donor and governmentCircumstances justifying acceptance
Max Baucus, U.S. SenatorCeramic Plate with 24 Karat gold trim. June 11, 2002—Est. Value—More than $100. Deposited with Secretary of the SenatePrince Bandar Bin Sultan, Embassy of Saudi ArabiaNon-acceptance would cause donor embarrassment.
Joseph Biden, U.S. SenatorNeedlepoint picture of a bowl and flowers. April 23, 2002—Est. Value—Over $100. Deposited with the Secretary of the SenateDo Van Tai, Chairman of the Foreign Committee of the National Assembly of VietnamNon-acceptance would cause donor embarrassment.
Sam Brownback, U.S. SenatorSouvenir Set of Coins. March 15, 2002—Est. Value—Over $100. Deposited with the Secretary of the SenatePresident Islam A. Karimov of UzbekistanNon-acceptance would cause donor embarrassment.
Sam Brownback, U.S. SenatorSilver Flatware set for six. March 15, 2002—Est. Value—$500-700. Deposited with the Secretary of the SenatePresident Islam A. Karimov of UzbekistanNon-acceptance would cause donor embarrassment.
Hillary Rodham Clinton, U.S. SenatorHermes Scarf. March 3, 2002—Est. Value—$275. Deposited with the Secretary of the SenateJean Claude Juncher, Prime Minister of LuxembourgNon-acceptance would cause donor embarrassment.
Susan Collins, U.S. SenatorSet of 12 Commemorative Uzbekistan silver coins in wood presentation box. January 6, 2002. Est. Value—$200. Deposited with the Secretary of the SenatePresident Islam Karimov of UzbekistanNon-acceptance would cause donor embarrassment.
Tom Daschle, U.S. SenatorWooden Chalice with gold outlines. February 11, 2002—Est. Value—$300. Deposited with the Secretary of the SenateAmir of Qatar Hamad Bin Khalifa Al-ThaniNon-acceptance would cause donor embarrassment.
Tom Daschle, U.S. SenatorSterling Silverware. January 19, 2002—Est. Value—$500-700. Deposited with the Secretary of the SenatePresident Islam Karimov of UzbekistanNon-acceptance would cause donor embarrassment.
Tom Daschle, U.S. Senator4′x6′ Red Silk and Wool Rug. February 11, 2002—Est. Value—$300. Displayed in SH-509Chairman Karzai of AfghanstanNon-acceptance would cause donor embarrassment.
John Edwards, U.S. SenatorSet of 12 Sterling Silver Coins. January 6, 2002—Est. Value—$200. Deposited with the Secretary of the SenatePresident Islam Karimov of UzbekistanNon-acceptance would cause donor embarrassment.
Diane Feinstein, U.S. SenatorWicker Basket containing cookies, nuts, candies, cheeses, crackers and other edibles. December 12, 2002—Est. Value—$200. Donated to Charity, House of Ruth, Washington, DCBader Omar Al-Dafa, Ambassador of QatarNon-acceptance would cause donor embarrassment.
Chuck Hagel, U.S. SenatorSet of 12 Sterling Silver Souvenir Coins. January 6, 2002—Est. Value—$200. Displayed in SR-246President Islam Karimov of UzbekistanNon-acceptance would cause donor embarrassment.
Edward Kennedy, U.S. SenatorHanging tiled wall mosaic. August 1, 2001—Est. Value—$1500. Displayed in SR-319President Bouteflika of AlgeriaNon-acceptance would cause donor embarrassment.
Carl Levin, U.S. SenatorSix piece, 22 karat Place setting. July 22, 2003—Est. Value—Over $100. Deposited with the Secretary of the SenatePresident Islam Karimov of UzbekistanNon-acceptance would cause donor embarrassment.
Joe Lieberman, U.S. SenatorSterling Silver Decorative Jar. January 4, 2002—Est. Value—$250. Deposited with the Secretary of the SenatePrime Minister of Ecevet of TurkeyNon-acceptance would cause donor embarrassment.
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Joe Lieberman, U.S. SenatorSterling Silverware. January 6, 2002—Est. Value—$500-700. Deposited with the Secretary of the SenatePresident Islam Karimov of UzbekistanNon-acceptance would cause donor embarrassment.
Joe Lieberman, U.S. SenatorSet of 12 Sterling Silver Coins. January 6, 2002—Est. Value—$200. Deposited with the Secretary of the SenatePresident Islam Karimov of UzbekistanNon-acceptance would cause donor embarrassment.
John McCain, U.S. SenatorSet of 12 Sterling Silver Coins. January 3, 2002—Est. Value—$200. Displayed in SR-241President Islam Karimov of UzbekistanNon-acceptance would cause donor embarrassment.
Bill Nelson, U.S. SenatorSet of 12 Sterling Silver Coins. January 6, 2002—Est. Value—$200. Deposited with the Secretary of the SenatePresident Islam Karimov of UzbekistanNon-acceptance would cause donor embarrassment.
Bill Nelson, U.S. SenatorRug. April 14, 2001—Est. Value—Over $100. Displayed in SH-716President of Algeria, H.E. Abdelaziz BouteflikaNon-acceptance would cause donor embarrassment.
Bill Nelson, U.S. SenatorRug. July 12, 2001—Est. Value—Over $100. Displayed in SH-716President of Azerbaijan Heyder AliyevNon-acceptance would cause donor embarrassment.
Jack Reed, U.S. SenatorSet of 12 Sterling Silver coins. January 6, 2002—Est. Value—$200. Deposited with the Secretary of the SenatePresident Islam Karimov of UzbekistanNon-acceptance would cause donor embarrassment.
Richard Shelby, U.S. SenatorPortrait of Ethiopian Monk. August 19, 2002—Est. Value—Over $100. Deposited with the Secretary of the SenatePrime Minister Meles Zenawi of EthiopiaNon-acceptance would cause donor embarrassment.
Arlen Specter, U.S. SenatorPortrait of Ethiopian Monk. August 19, 2002—Est. Value—Over $100. Deposited with Secretary of the SenatePrime Minister Meles Zenawi of EthiopiaNon-acceptance would cause donor embarrassment.
Fred Thompson, U.S. SenatorSet of 12 Sterling Silver Coins. January 6, 2002—Est. Value—$200. Deposited with Secretary of the SenatePresident Islam Karimov of UzbekistanNon-acceptance would cause donor embarrassment.
John Warner, U.S. SenatorSterling Silverware, Service for Six. July 22, 2002—Est. Value—$400. Deposited with the Secretary of the SenatePresident Islam Karimov of UzbekistanNon-acceptance would cause donor embarrassment.

AGENCY: United States Senate

[Report of Travel or Expenses of Travel]

Name and title of person accepting travel expenses consistent with the interests of the U.S. GovernmentBrief description of travel or expenses accepted as consistent with the interests of the U.S. Government and occurring outside the United StatesIdentity of foreign donor and governmentCircumstances justifying acceptance
Joe Biden, U.S. SenatorTransportation by air from Islamabad, Pakistan to Kabul Afghanistan, January 10, 2002World Food Program, A United Nations AgencyOfficial travel to Afghanistan. No commercial air travel available; no U.S. military aircraft available.
Joe Biden, U.S. SenatorOne night lodging and meals, December 6-7, 2002Kurdish Regional GovernmentOfficial travel to Northern Iraq. Security and diplomatic considerations required acceptance.
Joe Biden, U.S. SenatorOne night lodging and meals, December 8, 2002Government of Saudi ArabiaOfficial travel to meet U.S. troops and Saudi officials. Refusal to accept would have caused diplomatic embarrassment to United States Government.
Jonah Blank, Professional Staff Member, Committee on Foreign RelationsTransportation by air from Islamabad, Pakistan to Kabul Afghanistan, January 10, 2002World Food Program, A United Nations AgencyOfficial travel to Afghanistan. No commercial air travel available; no U.S. military aircraft available.
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Jonah Blank, Professional Staff Member, Committee on Foreign RelationsTransportation within Pakistan via Helicopter to military installations, including lodging and meals, August 29-30, 2002Government of PakistanOfficial visit to view posts on the line of Control. No commercial transportation was available to these sites.
Antony Blinken, Staff Member, Committee on Foreign RelationsOne night lodging and meals, December 6-7, 2002Kurdish Regional GovernmentOfficial travel to Northern Iraq. Security and diplomatic considerations required acceptance.
Antony Blinken, Staff Member, Committee on Foreign RelationsOne night lodging and meals, December 8, 2002Government of Saudi ArabiaOfficial travel to meet U.S. Troops and Saudi officials. Refusal to accept would have caused diplomatic embarrassment to the United States Government.
Jean Carnahan, U.S. SenatorTransportation within Pakistan; Islamabad to Khyber Pass and return, January 8, 2002Government of PakistanNo commercial flights available; non-acceptance would cause embarrassment.
Susan Collins, U.S. SenatorTransporation within Pakistan; islamabad to Khyber Pass and return, January 8, 2002Government of PakistanNo commercial flights available; non-acceptance would cause embarrassment.
Joni Crosley, Legislative Assistant to Senator George VoinovichTransportation within Brussels, Belgium via ground transportation, lodging and some meals, January 7-12, 2002The Atlantic CouncilTravel to Meet with NATO and European Union Officials, as well as U.S. personnel overseas.
Joni Crosley, Legislative Assistant to Senator George VoinovichTransportation within the Republic of China, including lodging and meals, August 19-25, 2002Chinese Association of Industry and CommerceTravel to examine US-ROC foreign policy, trade, and security issues. As well as ROC-PRC and US-PRC relations.
Fred Downey, Office of Senator Joe LiebermanTransporation within Pakistan; Islamabad to Khyber Pass and return, January 8, 2002Government of PakistanNo commercial flights available; non-acceptance would cause embarrassment.
Mark Esper, Professional Staff Member, Committee on Foreign RelationsTransporation within Pakistan; Islamabad to Khyber Pass and return, January 8, 2002Government of PakistanNo commercial flights available; non-acceptance would cause embarrassment.
Chuck Hagel, U.S. SenatorTransporation within Pakistan; Islamabad to Khyber Pass and return, January 8, 2002Government of PakistanNo commercial flights available; non-acceptance would cause embarrassment.
Chuck Hagel, U.S. SenatorOne night lodging and meals, December 6-7, 2002Kurdish Regional GovernmentOfficial travel to Northern Iraq. Security and diplomatic considerations required acceptance.
Chuck Hagel, U.S. SenatorOne night lodging and meals, December 8, 2002Government of Saudi ArabiaOfficial travel to meet U.S. Troops and Saudi officials. Refusal to accept would have caused diplomatic embarrassment to the United States Government.
Julia Hart, Office of Inter-Parliamentary ServicesTransportation within Pakistan; Islamabad to Khyber Pass and return, January 8, 2002Government of PakistanNo commercial flights available; non-acceptance would cause embarrassment.
Liz King, Office of Senator Jack ReedTransportation within Pakistan; Islamabad to Khyber Pass and return, January 8, 2002Government of PakistanNo commercial flights available; non-acceptance would cause embarrassment.
Norm Kurz, Communications Director of Senator Joe BidenTransportation by air from Islamabad, Pakistan to Kabul Afghanistan, January 10, 2002World Food Program, United Nations AgencyOfficial travel to Afghanistan. No commercial air travel available; no U.S. miliary aircraft available.
Miles Lackey, Office of Senator John EdwardsTransportation within Pakistan; Islamabad to Khyber Pass and return, January 8, 2002Government of PakistanNo commercial flights available; non-acceptance would cause embarrassment.
Carolyn Leddy, Staff Member, Committee on Foreign RelationsTransporation to and from Arianespace launch facilities within French Guiana, August 26-29Centre National d'Etordes Spatiales (CNES), Government of FranceFact finding trip related to Arianespace commercial space launch facilities and CNES space activity in French Guiana.
Joe Lieberman, U.S. SenatorTransportation within Pakistan; Islamabad to Khyber Pass and return, January 8, 2002Government of PakistanNo commercial flights available; non-acceptance would cause embarrassment.
John McCain, U.S. SenatorTransportation within Pakistan; Islamabad to Khyber Pass and return, January 8, 2002Government of PakistanNo commercial flights available; non-acceptance would cause embarrassment.
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Patricia McNeary, Republican Staff Director, Committee on Foreign RelationsTransportation within Norway, August 11-17, 2002Government of NorwayAttend Arctic Parliamentary Conference, and to visit sites related to nuclear waste clean up.
Bill Nelson, U.S. SenatorTransportaion within Pakistan; Islamabad to Khyber Pass and return, January 8, 2002Government of PakistanNo commercial flights available; non-acceptance would cause embarrassment.
Aric Newhouse, Legislative Director to Senator George VoinovichTransportaion within Brussels, Belgium via ground transportation, lodging and some meals, January 7-12, 2002The Atlantic CouncilTravel to Meet with NATO and European Union Officials, as well as U.S. personnel overseas.
Aric Newhouse, Legislative Director to Senator George VoinovichTransportaion within the Republic of China, including lodging and meals, August 19-25, 2002Chinese Association of Industry and CommerceTravel to examine US-ROC foreign policy, trade, and security issues. As well as ROC-PRC and US-PRC relations.
Andrew Parasiliti, Foreign Policy Advisor, Office of Senator Chuck HagelTransportaion within Pakistan; Islamabad to Khyber Pass and return, January 8, 2002Government of PakistanNo commercial flights available; non-acceptance would cause embarrassment.
Andrew Parasiliti, Foreign Policy Advisor, Office of Senator Chuck HagelOne night lodging and meals, December 6-7, 2002Kurdish Regional GovernmentOfficial travel to Northern Iraq. Security and diplomatic considerations required acceptance.
Andrew Parasiliti, Foreign Policy Advisor, Office of Senator Chuck HagelOne night lodging and meals, December 8, 2002Government of Saudi ArabiaOfficial travel to meet U.S. Troops and Saudi officials. Refusal to accept would have caused diplomatic embarrassment to the United States Government.
Jack Reed, U.S. SenatorTransportaion within Pakistan; Islamabad to Khyber Pass and return, January 8, 2002Government of PakistanNo commercial flights available; non-acceptance would cause embarrassment.
Puneet Talwar, Professional Staff Member, Committee on Foreign RelationsTransportation by air from Islamabad, Pakistan to Kabul Afghanistan, January 10, 2002World Food Program, United Nations AgencyOfficial travel to Afghanistan. No commercial air travel available; no U.S. miliary aircraft available.
Puneet Talwar, Professional Staff Member, Committee on Foreign RelationsGovernment of Saudi Arabia provided lodging in guest quarters as well as two meals, August 10-11, 2002Government of Saudi ArabiaNon-acceptance would have caused diplomatic embarrassment to the United States government.
Puneet Talwar, Professional Staff Member, Committee on Foreign RelationsSix nights lodging and meals, October 24-29, 2002Kurdish Regional GovernmentOfficial travel to Northern Iraq. Security and diplomatic considerations required acceptance.
Puneet Talwar, Professional Staff Member, Committee on Foreign RelationsOne night lodging and meals, December 6-7, 2002Kurdish Regional GovernmentOfficial travel to Northern Iraq. Security and diplomatic considerations required acceptance.
Puneet Talwar, Professional Staff Member, Committee on Foreign RelationsOne night lodging and meals, December 8, 2002Government of Saudi ArabiaOfficial travel to meet U.S. Troops and Saudi officials. Refusal to accept would have caused diplomatic embarrassment to the United States Government,
Fred Thompson, U.S. SenatorTransportation within Pakistan; Islamabad to Khyber Pass and return, January 8, 2002Government of PakistanNo commercial flights available; non-acceptance would cause embarrassment.
Dan Twining, Office of Senator John McCainTransportation within Pakistan; Islamabad to Khyber Pass and return, January 8, 2002Government of PakistanNo commercial flights available; non-acceptance would cause embarrassment.
George Voinovich, U.S. SenatorTransportation within the Republic of China, including lodging and meals, August 19-25, 2002Chinese Association of Industry and CommerceTravel to examine US-ROC foreign policy, trade, and security issues. As well as ROC-PRC and US-PRC relations.
George Voinovich, U.S. SenatorTransportation within Brussels, Belgium via ground transportation, lodging and some meals, January 7-12, 2002The Atlantic CouncilTravel to meet with NATO and European Union Officials, as well as U.S. personnel overseas.
Peter Zimmerman, Chief Scientist, Committee on Foreign RelationsGovernment helicopter from Longyearbyen to Ny Aalesund, Svalbard, Norway including lunch, August 13, 2002Government of NorwayOfficial travel to view arctic research station. No commercial transportation was available to sites.
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Peter Zimmerman, Chief Scientist, Committee on Foreign RelationsTransportation by Zodiac boat to view solar powered remote lighthouse built by Norway as prototype for replacing radioactive isotope powered lighthouse in Russia, August 14, 2002Government of NorwayOfficial travel to view arctic environmental risk areas. No commercial transporation was available to these sites.

AGENCY: U.S. House of Representatives

[Report of Tangible Gifts]

Name and title of person accepting gift on behalf of the U.S. GovernmentGift, date of acceptance on behalf of the U.S. Government, estimated value, and current disposition or locationIdentity of foreign donor and governmentCircumstances justifying acceptance
Mike McIntrye, Member of CongressBokhara rug. Received August 2002. Value—$350.00. On display in Rep. McIntrye's district office in Wilmington, North CarolinaHamid Karzi, President, Government of AfghanistanNon-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor.
Bob Stump, Member of CongressSilver plated coffee server, brass trim, long handle and spout; oriental design. Received March 12, 2002. Value—$400.00. Displayed in Rep. Stump's office in 2002 and delivered to the Clerk's office prior to Rep. Stump's departure from officeHis Highness Sheikh Hamad Bin Khalifa A-Thani, The Emir of the State of QatarNon-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor.

AGENCY: U.S. House of Representatives

[Report of Travel or Expenses of Travel]

Name and title of person accepting travel or travel expenses consistent with the interests of the U.S. GovernmentBrief description and estimated value of travel or travel expenses accepted as consistent with the interests of the U.S. Government and occurring outside the United StatesIdentity of foreign donor and governmentCircumstances justifying acceptance
Cass Ballenger, Member of Congress2 night stay aboard M/V Galapagos Explorer II and all meals aboard ship, January 16-18, 2002, for fisheries study and discussions with government officialsGovernment of EcuadorAuthorized by 5 U.S.C. § 7342(c)(1)(B)(ii).
Jessica H. Baumgarten, Subcommittee on the Western Hemisphere2 night stay aboard M/V Galapagos Explorer II and all meals aboard ship, January 16-18, 2002, for fisheries study and discussions with government officialsGovernment of EcuadorAuthorized by 5 U.S.C. § 7342(c)(1)(B)(ii).
Patrick T. “Ted” Brennan, Subcommittee on the Western Hemisphere2 night stay aboard M/V Galapagos Explorer II and all meals aboard ship, January 16-18, 2002, for fisheries study and discussions with government officialsGovernment of EcuadorAuthorized by 5 U.S.C. § 7342(c)(1)(B)(ii).
Linda Danforth, Rep. Adam SmithLodging and meals in Wuxi, meals in Shanghai, bus transportation, Sept. 4-Sept. 10, 2002Governments of Beijing, Wuxi, and Shanghai, Peoples' Republic of ChinaAuthorized by 5 U.S.C. § 7342(c)(1)(B)(ii).
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Elton Gallegly, Member of CongressLodging, meals and land transportation in Ecuador for Member and spouse, January 17-20, 2002Government of EcuadorAuthorized by 5 U.S.C. § 7342(c)(1)(B)(ii).
Kirsti T. Garlock, House International Relations Comm2 night stay aboard M/V Galapagos Explorer II and all meals aboard ship, January 16-18, 2002, for fisheries study and discussions with government officialsGovernment of EcuadorAuthorized by 5 U.S.C. § 7342(c)(1)(B)(ii).
Caleb McCarry, Subcommittee on the Western Hemisphere2 night stay aboard M/V Galapagos Explorer II and all meals aboard ship, January 16-18, 2002, for fisheries study and discussions with government officialsGovernment of EcuadorAuthorized by 5 U.S.C. § 7342(c)(1)(B)(ii).
John P. Mackey, International Relations Committee2 night stay aboard M/V Galapagos Explorer II and all meals aboard ship, January 16-18, 2002, for fisheries study and discussions with government officialsGovernment of EcuadorAuthorized by 5 U.S.C. § 7342(c)(1)(B)(ii).
Collin C. Peterson, Member of Congress2 night stay aboard M/V Galapagos Explorer II and all meals aboard ship, January 16-18, 2002, for fisheries study and discussions with government officialsGovernment of EcuadorAuthorized by 5 U.S.C. § 7342(c)(1)(B)(ii).
Paul L. Oostburg Sanz, International Relations Committee2 night stay aboard M/V Galapagos Explorer II and all meals aboard ship, January 16-18, 2002, for fisheries study and discussions with government officialsGovernment of EcuadorAuthorized by 5 U.S.C. § 7342(c)(1)(B)(ii).

AGENCY: Department of State

[Report of Tangible Gifts]

Name and title of person accepting gift on behalf of the U.S. GovernmentGift, date of acceptance on behalf of the U.S. Government, estimated value, and current disposition or locationIdentity of foreign donor and governmentCircumstances justifying acceptance
T.H. Colin L. Powell, Secretary of StateBust 10″ and plaque 131/2 H (framed), polychromed carved stone, together with a videotape. Rec'd—9/5/02. Est. Value—$400.00. Pending transfer to the General Services AdministrationH.E. Jean Ping, Minister of State for Foreign Affairs, Cooperation and Francophonie Affairs of the Gabonese RepublicNon-acceptance would cause the donor or the U.S. Government embarrassment.
T.H. Colin L. Powell, Secretary of StateIce pail, 47/8″ H x 6″ diameter across, two lug handles with pendant rings, 900 silver, by Romana, Colombia, 8 ozs T. Rec'd—12/4/02. Est. Value—$425.00. Pending transfer to the General Services AdministrationH.E. Carolina Barco, Minister of Foreign Relations of the Republic of ColombiaNon-acceptance would cause the donor or the U.S. Government embarrassment.
T.H. Colin L. Powell, Secretary of StateVase, 6″ H, sterling silver, copy of an ancient Greek design, 6 ozs T. Rec'd—11/21/02. Est. Value—$300.00. Pending transfer to the General Services AdministrationH.E. George Papandreou, Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Hellenic RepublicNon-acceptance would cause the donor or the U.S. Government embarrassment.
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T.H. Colin L. Powell, Secretary of StateVase, 61/2″ H, Moser faceted crystal of tapering form, Czech Republic, late 20th/early 21st century. Rec'd—11/21/02. Est. Value—$400.00. Pending transfer to the General Services AdministrationH.E. Cyril Svoboda, Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Czech RepublicNon-acceptance would cause the donor or the U.S. Government embarrassment.
T.H. Colin L. Powell, Secretary of StateBriefcase, black leather, Mexico, together with a Sheaffer ballpoint pen. Rec'd—10/24/02. Est. Value—$3,500.00. Pending transfer to the General Services AdministrationH.E. Jorge Castaneda, Secretary of Foreign Relations of MexicoNon-acceptance would cause the donor or the U.S. Government embarrassment.
T.H. Colin L. Powell, Secretary of StateCoin, 13/8″ diameter, gold proof, Bahamas commemorative 1973-1998, $250 face value, 47.5g, limited edition #126/250. Rec'd—2/7/02. Est. Value—$500.00. Pending transfer to the General Services AdministrationH.E. Hubert A. Ingraham, Prime Minister of the Commonwealth of the BahamasNon-acceptance would cause the donor or the U.S. Government embarrassment.
T.H. Colin L. Powell, Secretary of StateAntique Glass Bowl. Rec'd—5/1/02. Est. Value—$400.00. Pending transfer to the General Services AdministrationLt. General Shaul Mofaz, Chief of General Staff, Government of IsraelNon-acceptance would cause the donor or the U.S. Government embarrassment.
T.H. Colin L. Powell, Secretary of StateCigarette Box, 6″ L, sterling silver inlaid with pieces of chilean lapis lazuli, engraved with dedication, 13 oz. Rec'd—1/28/02. Est. Value—$300.00. Pending transfer to the General Services AdministrationH.E. Maria Soledad Alvear Valenquela, Minister of Foreign Relations of the Republic of ChileNon-acceptance would cause the donor or the U.S. Government embarrassment.
T.H. Colin L. Powell, Secretary of StateFloor screen, 681/2″ x 171/4″ each of four panels, carved and pierced teakwood. Rec'd—1/1602. Est. Value—$750.00. Pending transfer to the General Services AdministrationH.E. Pervez Musharraf, President of the Islamic Republic of PakistanNon-acceptance would cause the donor or the U.S. Government embarrassment.
T.H. Colin L. Powell, Secretary of StateCigarette box, 7″ L rectangular, silver, lid with repousse decoration, wood lined, Thailand, 14 ozs T. Rec'd—10/9/02. Est. Value—$400.00. Pending transfer to the General Services AdministrationH.E. Thaksin Shinawatra, Prime Minister of the Kingdom of ThailandNon-acceptance would cause the donor or the U.S. Government embarrassment.
T.H. Colin L. Powell, Secretary of StatePaperweight, 25/8″ diameter, sterling silver with parcel gilding, Jerusalem, by A. Klein. Rec'd—5/1/02. Est. Value—$500.00. Pending transfer to the General Services AdministrationH.E. Ariel Sharon, Prime Minister of IsraelNon-acceptance would cause the donor or the U.S. Government embarrassment.
T.H. Colin L. Powell, Secretary of StateCoins, 100 So'm, silver proofs, 10 oz T each, Uzbekistan. Rec'd—11/23/02. Est. Value—$300.00. Pending transfer to the General Services AdministrationH.E. Islam A. Karimov, President of the Republic of UzbekistanNon-acceptance would cause the donor or the U.S. Government embarrassment.
T.H. Colin L. Powell, Secretary of StateTable decoration, 81/2″ H, gold palm tree with lapis lazuli, rock crystals ball mounted with a map of Saudi Arabia set with three tiny emeralds (Riyadh, Mecca and Medina (probably), rock crystal stem, leather box. Rec'd—4//24/02. Est. Value—$10,000.00. Pending transfer to the General Services AdministrationH.R.H. Abdallah bin Abd al-Aziz Al Saud, Crown Prince, First Deputy Prime Minister and Commander of the National Guard of Saudi ArabiaNon-acceptance would cause the donor or the U.S. Government embarrassment.
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T.H. Colin L. Powell, Secretary of StateBowl, pottery, 101/2″ diameter set with pierced yellow gold mounts, by Laghrissi Fafi, leather box. Rec'd—4/22/02. Est. Value—$1,000.00. Pending transfer to the General Services AdministrationH.M. Mohammed Vi, King of MoroccoNon-acceptance would cause the donor or the U.S. Government embarrassment.
T.H. Colin L. Powell, Secretary of StateVase 111/2″ H, silver, repousse floral decoration, 18ozsT. Rec'd—4/5/02. Est. Value—$450.00. Pending transfer to the General Services AdministrationH.E. Islam Karimov, President of the Republic of UzbekistanNon-acceptance would cause the donor or the U.S. Government embarrassment.
T.H. Colin L. Powell, Secretary of StateFigure, 9″ H, weighted silver decorated with polychrome enamels depicting an elephant with mahout. Rec'd—1/1/02. Est. Value—$450.00. Pending transfer to the General Services AdministrationH.E. Lal Krishna Advani, Minister of Home Affairs of the Republic of IndiaNon-acceptance would cause the donor or the U.S. Government embarrassment.
T.H. Colin L. Powell, Secretary of StateCoins, silver proof, 100 Som, wood Box and Flatware, sterling silver, 6 dinner knives, 6 demitasse spoons, 6 soup spoons, 6 dinner forks, fitted box. Rec'd—3/12/02. Est. Value—$1,450.00. Pending transfer to the General Services AdministrationH.E. Islam Karimov, President of the Republic of UzbekistanNon-acceptance would cause the donor or the U.S. Government embarrassment.
T.H. Colin L. Powell, Secretary of StateWristwatch, man's, stainless steel Breitling “Emergency” with transmitter tester and case. Rec'd—5/6/02. Est. Value—$2,700.00. Pending transfer to the General Services AdministrationH.E. Silvio Berlusconi, President of the Council of Ministers of the Italian RepublicNon-acceptance would cause the donor or the U.S. Government embarrassment.
T.H. Colin L. Powell, Secretary of StateCigarette box, 83/4″ L, handwrought sterling silver, engraved with dedication, 34ozsT. Rec'd—3/23/02. Est. Value—$450.00. Pending transfer to the General Services AdministrationH.E. Diego Garcia Sayan, Minister of Foreign Relations of the Republic of PeruNon-acceptance would cause the donor or the U.S. Government embarrassment.
T.H. Colin L. Powell, Secretary of StateCufflinks, 18 karat white gold disks bearing crests, each set with 28 round diamonds TW 56 points both. Rec'd 4/29/02. Est. Value—$1,500.00. Pending transfer to the General Services AdministrationH.E. Milo Djukanovic, President of the Republic of MontenegroNon-acceptance would cause the donor or the U.S. Government embarrassment.
T.H. Colin L. Powell, Secretary of StateCarpet, 7′10″ x 6′4″, wool on cotton, two tone green field with sculpted modern decoration. Rec'd—1/18/02. Est. Value—$1,000.00. Pending transfer to the General Services AdministrationH.E. Sher Bahadur Deuba, Prime Minsiter of NepalNon-acceptance would cause the donor or the U.S. Government embarrassment.
T.H. Colin L. Powell, Secretary of StateChess set, tooled leather case, camel bone chessmen, 20th/21st century. Rec'd—9/23/02. Est. Value—$350.00. Pending transfer to the General Services AdministrationH.E. Askar Akayev, President of the Kyrgyz RepublicNon-acceptance would cause the donor or the U.S. Government embarrassment.
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T.H. Colin L. Powell, Secretary of StateWristwatches, man's, 18 karat white gold case and bracelet, Piaget “Dancer”, burlwood case. Rec'd—8/1/02. Est. Value—$16,000.00. Pending transfer to the General Services AdministrationH.M. Sultan Haji Hassanal Bolkiah Mu'izzaddin Waddaulah, Sultan and Yang Di-Pertuan of Brunei Darussalam, Bandar Seri BegawanNon-acceptance would cause the donor or the U.S. Government embarrassment.
T.H. Colin L. Powell, Secretary of StateMedal, bronze, Bartholomew 1. Rec'd—3/5/02. Est. Value—$500.00. Pending transfer to the General Services AdministrationHis All Holiness Bartholomew, Archbishop of Constantinople, New Rome and Ecumenical PatriarchNon-acceptance would cause the donor or the U.S. Government embarrassment.
T.H. Colin L. Powell, Secretary of StateCharger, 93/4″ diameter, 900 silver, repousse decoration of Madonna and Child, Greece, 2002, 140ozsT. Date Rec'd—3/5/02. Est. Value—$550. Pending transfer to the General Services AdministrationHis All Holiness Bartholomew Archbishop of Constantinople, New Rome and Ecumenical PatriarchNon-acceptance would cause the donor or the U.S. Government embarrassment.
T.H. Colin L. Powell, Secretary of StateBowl, 6″ diameter, polished black stone bowl resting on a sterling silver star shape base, has a face at each point. Mexico, 7 ozsT. Rec'd:—10/24/02. Est. Value—$300.000. Pending transfer to the General Services AdministrationH. E. Jorge Castaneda, Secretary of Foreign Relations of MexicoNon-acceptance would cause the donor or the U.S. Government embarrassment.
T.H. Colin L. Powell, Secretary of StateBottle of vodka in the form of a Khalashnikov rifle, fitted green painted wood case, Russia, 20th/21st century. Rec'd—4/10/02. Est. Value—$450.00. Pending transfer to the General Services AdministrationH.E. Igor Ivanov, Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Russian FederationNon-acceptance would cause the donor or the U.S. Government embarrassment.
T.H. Colin L. Powell, Secretary of StatePastel, 16″ x 111/2″, Caricature portrait of Colin Powell, by Stefan Papa, Romanian, late 20th century, metal frame, fitted leatherette case. Rec'd:—11/23/02. Est. Value—$300.00. Pending transfer to the General Services AdministrationH.E. Ion Iliescu, President of RomaniaNon-acceptance would cause the donor or the U.S. Government embarrassment.
T.H. Colin L. Powell, Secretary of StateDress sword, chromed metal, lion head pommel with two red garnet eyes, by Carl Eickhorn, Solingen, Germany. Rec'd:—11/23/02. Est. Value: $550.00. Pending transfer to the General services AdministrationH.E. Ion Iliescu, President of RomaniaNon-acceptance would cause the donor or the U.S. Government embarrassment.
T.H. Colin L. Powell, Secretary of StateSculpture, 83/4″ H, patinated and polished bronze, Madonna and Child, b Mpanda Vita, Angola, wood base. Rec'd:—10/9/02. Est. Value—$400.00. Pending transfer to the General Services AdministrationH.E. Jose Eduardo dos Santos, President of the Republic of AngolaNon-acceptance would cause the donor or the U.S. Government embarrassment.
T.H. Colin L. Powell, Secretary of StateSculpture, 75/8″ L, white marble, polar bear by Wilbur Hobbs, InuitT.H. William Graham, Minister of Foreign Affairs of CanadaNon-acceptance would cause the donor or the U.S. Government embarrassment.
T.H. Colin L. Powell, Secretary of StateTray, 113/4″ diameter, silver plate, Christofle, France. Rec'd:—4/15/02. Est. Value:—$450.00. Pending transfer to the General Services AdministrationH.E. Emile Lahoud, President of the Republic of LebanonNon-acceptance would cause the donor or the U.S. Government embarrassment.
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T.H. Colin L. Powell, Secretary of StateCarpet, 6′5″ × 8′10″, wool on cotton, dark bule field with overall polychrome scrolling, multiple borders, Afghanistan. Rec'd:—1/28/02. Est. Value:—$500.00. Pending transfer to the General Services AdministrationH.E. Hamid Karazi, Chairman of the Afghanistan Interim AuthorityNon-acceptance would cause the donor or the U.S. Government embarrassment.
Mrs. Alma Powell, Spouse of the Secretary of StateWristwatch, woman's stainless steel case with 120 tiny diamonds set to bezel and face TW 1.2 carat, blue straps, Techno Marine. Rec'd:—8/1/02. Est. Value:—$1,000.00. Pending transfer to the General Services AdministrationHer Majesty Raja Isteri Pengiram Anak Hajah Saleha, First Wife of the Sultan of BruneiNon-acceptance would cause the donor or the U.S. Government embarrassment.
Mrs. Alma Powell, Spouse of the Secretary of StateMinaudiere, 71/2″ L oval, woven “Yan Lipao” basketry having 18 karat yellow gold mounts and swing handle set with a total of 147 diamonds TW 2 carats. Rec'd:—10/16/02. Est. Value—$4,000.00. Pending transfer to the General Services AdministrationH.M. Queen Sirikit of ThailandNon-acceptance would cause the donor or the U.S. Government embarrassment.
Mrs. Alma Powell, Spouse of the Secretary of StateVase, 101/4″ H, Britannia Heritage porcelain with polychrome floral encrustation, late 20th century, England. Rec'd:—7/31/02. Est. Value:—$400.00. Pending transfer to the General Services AdministrationH.R.H. Penigiran Isteri Hajah Mariam, Second Wife of the Sultan of BruneiNon-acceptance would cause the donor or the U.S. Government embarrassment.
Mrs. Alma Powell, Spouse of the Secretary of StateBrooch, 18 karat yellow and white gold floral mounting set with 218 round diamonds TW 4.36 carats and 11 round diamonds TW 1.65, by deFred. Rec'd—08/01/02. Est. Value:—$3,850.00. Pending transfer to the General Services AdministrationHer Majesty Raja Isteri Pengiram Anak Hajah Saleha, First Wife of teh Sultan of BruneiNon-acceptance would cause the donor or the U.S. Government embarrassment.
Mrs. Alma Powell, Spouse of the Secretary of StateWoven polychrome “yan lipao” straw envelope containing two pieces of handwoven fabric, Thai “Hill Tribe” work. Rec'd—10/16/02. Est. Value:—$250.00.Pending transfer to the General Services AdministrationH.M. Queen Sirikit of ThailandNon-acceptance would cause the donor or the U.S. Government embarrassment.
Albright, Madeleine K., former Secretary of StateCarpet, 6′8″ x 10′3″, wool on cottonkilim, blue field with polychrome decoration, Bosnia Rec'd:—3/9/00. Est. Value:—$850.00. Pending transfer to the General Services AdministrationFamily in BosniaNon-acceptance would cause the donor or the U.S. Government embarrassment.
Albright, Madeleine K., former Secretary of StatePastel, 23 1/4″ x 17 1/4″, Sloth, by Luisa Periaza, late 20th century, matted and framed, Costa Rica. Rec'd:—5/7/97. Est. Value:—$400.00. Pending transfer to the General Services AdministrationMs. Luisa Periaza, Costa RicaNon-acceptance would cause the donor or the U.S. Government embarrassment.
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Albright, Madeleine K., former Secretary of StatePainting, oil on canvas, 8″ x 9 3/4″, bread and doughnuts, by Marite lagunes, late 20th century, matted and framed, Mexico. Rec'd:—5/1/97. Est. Value:—$300.00. Pending transfer to the General Services AdministrationMs. Maria Teresa Lagunes, MexicoNon-acceptance would cause the donor or the U.S. Government embarrassment.
Albright, Madeleine K., former Secretary of StateBows, lacquered wood, signed, together with four arrows having handwrought pints, black lacquered wood stand, late 20th century, Japan. Rec'd:—7/12/00. Est. Value:—$1,000.00. Pending transfer to the General Services AdministrationGovernor of Miyazaki Suketaka MatsukataNon-acceptance would cause the donor or the U.S. Government embarrassment.
Albright, Madeleine K., former Secretary of StateScaft, Silk, Hermes, Paris. Rec'd:—12/8/98. Est. Value:—$375.00. Pending transfer to the General Services AdministrationM. Badinter, FranceNon-acceptance would cause the donor or the U.S. Government embarrassment.
Albright, Madeleine K., former Secretary of StateMiniature coach and horses, silver, wood base, glass case, Indonesia. Rec'd:—1/4/00. Est. Value:—$300.00. Pending transfer to the General Services AdministrationMr. Tony Winata, IndonesiaNon-acceptance would cause the donor or the U.S. Government embarrassment.
Ensenat, Donald B., Ambassador, Chief of Protocol of the United StatesWristwatch, man's, stainless steel case, Bulgari “Rettangolo” #RT45SJ19334, black leather strap. Rec'd:—5/1/02. Est. Value:—$2,350.00. Pending transfer to the General Services AdministrationH.R.H. Abdallah bin Abd al-Aziz Al Saud Crown Prince, First Deputy Prime Minister and Commander of the National Guard of Saudi ArabiaNon-acceptance would cause the donor or the U.S. Government embarrassment.
Kattauouf, Theodore H., U.S. Ambassador to the United Arab EmiratesWristwatch, man's, gold filled and stainless steel case, by Paola del Lungo. Rec'd:—6/1/02. Est. Value:—$500.00. Pending transfer to the General Services AdministrationAbdul Rahman Alokazay, Managing Director of Al-Wali TradingNon-acceptance would cause the donor or the U.S. Government embarrassment.
Kattauouf, Theodore H., U.S. Ambassador to the United Arab EmiratesWristwatch, woman's, gold filled and stainless steel case, by Paola del Lungo. Rec'd:—6/1/02. Est. Value:—$500.00. Pending transfer to the General Services AdministrationAbdul Rahman Alokazay, Managing Director of Al-Wali TradingNon-acceptance would cause the donor or the U.S. Government embarrassment.
Kattauouf, Theodore H., U.S. Ambassador to the United Arab EmiratesWristwatches, stainless steel, man's plain, woman's set with 59 diamonds. Rec'd:—6/1/02. Est. Value:—$3,000.00. Pending transfer to the General Services AdministrationAbdul Rahman Alokazay, Managing Director of Al-Wali TradingNon-acceptance would cause the donor or the U.S. Government embarrassment.
Keshap, Atul, Special Assistant to the Under Secretary of State for Political AffairsEterna Men's Watch. Rec'd—10/29/02. Est. Value—$500.00. Pending transfer to the General Services AdministrationH.E. Sheikh Hamad bin Khalifa Al Thani, Amir of the State of QatarNon-acceptance would cause the donor or the U.S. Government embarrassment.
Kraus, Martin, Special Agent, Diplomatic SecurityRolex Watch. Rec'd—1/30/02. Est. Value—$4,000.00. Pending transfer to the General Services AdministrationMajor Mohammed Al-Junaibi, United Arab EmiratesNon-acceptance would cause the donor or the U.S. Government embarrassment.
Mr. Randy Bumgardner, Assistant Chief of Protocol, General Manager of Blair HouseWristwatch, man's, stainless steel, Rolex Oyster Perpetual “Datejust” Saudi Arabia Coat of Arms. Rec'd—9/25/02. Est. Value—$3,250.00. Pending transfer to the General Services AdministrationH.E. Abd al-Aziz Al Saud, Crown Prince of Saudi ArabiaNon-acceptance would cause the donor or the U.S. Government embarrassment.
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Ross, Dennis B., Special Middle East Coordinator (SMEC)Engraved Picture Frame. Rec'd—10/28/97. Est. Value—$270.00. Pending transfer to the General Services AdministrationWoodrow Wilson HouseNon-acceptance would cause the donor or the U.S. Government embarrassment.
Sembler, Melvin, Ambassador to ItalyWristwatch, man's, 18 karat yellow gold case and bracelet, Etherna #5001.68. Rec'd—12/10/01. Est. Value—$8,000.00. Pending transfer to the General Services AdministrationH.E. Silvion Berlusconi, President of the Council of Ministers of the Italian RepublicNon-acceptance would cause the donor or the U.S. Government embarrassment.
Sembler, Melvin, Ambassador to ItalyWristwatch, man's, stainless steel and 18 karat yellow gold case and bracelet, “Scuba” model, #LCF35SCD10946, Italy (lacing arrantee, instruction booklets) Rec'd—12/10/01. Est. Value—$6,000.00. Pending transfer to the General Services AdministrationH.E. Silvio Berlusconi, President of the Council of Ministers of the Italizn RepublicNon-acceptance would cause the donor or the U.S. Government embarrassment.
Shear, David, Minister Counselor for Political Affairs, American Embassy, TokyoWristwatch. Rec'd—11/21/02. Est. Value—$300.00. Pending transfer to the General Services AdministrationTsuyoshi Yamaguchi, Diet Member, Tokyo, JapanNon-acceptance would cause the donor or the U.S. Government embarrassment.
T.H. Beth Jones, Assistant Secretary for European and Eurasian AffairsVase, “Liberty” reproduction from the Liberty Collection introduced by Ginori in 1905, numbered A187. Rec'd—5/28/02. Est. Value—$500.00. Pending transfer to the General Services AdministrationH.E. Silvion Berlusconi, President of the Council of Ministers of the Italian RepublicNon-acceptance would cause the donor or the U.S. Government embarrassment.
T.H. Johnny Young, U.S. Ambassador to BahrainTray, 151/4″ diameter, silver plate, Christofle, France. Rec'd—8/23/02. Est. Value—$500.00. Pending transfer to the General Services AdministrationH.E. Mohamed bin Khalifa Al-Khalifa, Minister of the Interior, Kingdom of BahrainNon-acceptance would cause the donor or the U.S. Government embarrassment.
T.H. Marcelle Wahba, U.S. Ambassador to United Arab Emirates21K Gold Necklace with Seed Pearls. Rec'd—11/25/02. Est. Value—$3,676.00. Pending transfer to the General Services AdministrationSheikha Fatimah, First Lady of the United Arab EmiratesNon-acceptance would cause the donor or the U.S. Government embarrassment.
T.H. Marcelle Wahba, U.S. Ambassador to United Arab EmiratesDupont Platinum Lighter. Rec'd—12/25/02. Est. Value—$1,906.00. Pending transfer to the General Services AdministrationH.E. Abdullah M. Al Uthman, Qatari Ambassador to the United Arab EmiratesNon-acceptance would cause the donor or the U.S. Government embarrassment.
T.H. Robert W. Jordan, U.S. Ambassador to Saudi ArabiaWristwatches (2)—His and hers Bulgari wristwatches—gold circular face, croc strap. Rec'd—4/25/02. Est. Value—$6,000.00. Pending transfer to the General Services AdministrationH.R.H. Abdulah bin Abdulaziz, Crown Prince of Saudi ArabiaNon-acceptance would cause the donor or the U.S. Government embarrassment.

AGENCY: Department of the Treasury

[Report of Tangible Gifts, Calendar Year 2002]

Name and title of person accepting gift on behalf of the U.S. GovernmentGift, date of acceptance on behalf of the U.S. Government, estimated value, and current dispositionIdentity of foreign donor and governmentCircumstances justifying acceptance
Michele Davis, Assistant Secretary (Public Affairs)Gold commemorative coin. Rec'd—March 4, 2002. Est. Value—$395. Treasury retained on August 23, 2002Abdulla Saif, Finance Minister, Government of BahrainNon-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
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Paul H. O'Neill, SecretaryGold commemorative coin. Rec'd—March 8, 2002. Est. Value—$395. Treasury retained on August 23, 2002Abdulla Saif, Finance Minister, Government of BahrainNon-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
Paul H. O'Neill, SecretaryGold commemorative coin. Rec'd—March 5, 2002. Est. Value—$500. Treasury retained on August 27, 2002Salem Abdulaziz Al-Sabab, Governor, Central Bank of Kuwait, Government of KuwaitNon-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
Paul H. O'Neill, SecretarySterling silver flatware (6 sets). Rec'd—March 5, 2002. Est. Value—$779.70. Treasury retained on August 23, 2002Islam Karimov, President, Government of UzbekistanNon-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
Paul H. O'Neill, SecretarySilver dagger. Rec'd—March 22, 2002. Est. Value—$300. Treasury retained on August 23, 2002Abdulla Saif, Finance Minister, Government of BahrainNon-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
Juan Zarate, DAS, Terrorism & Violent CrimeGold commemorative coin. Rec'd—March 4, 2002. Est. Value—$395. Treasury retained on August 23, 2002Abdulla Saif, Finance Minister, Government of BahrainNon-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
Nilmini Gunaratne, International EconomistGold commemorative coin. Rec'd—March 29, 2002. Est. Value—$395. Treasury retained on August 23, 2002Abdulla Saif, Finance Minister, Government of BahrainNon-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
Paul H. O'Neill, SecretaryGold plated brass & silver tea set. Rec'd—March 5, 2002. Est. Value—$500. Treasury retained on August 23, 2002Ibrahim Al-Assaf, Finance Minister, Government of Saudi ArabiaNon-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
Paul H. O'Neill, SecretaryGold khanjar (dagger). Rec'd—May 6, 2002. Est. Value—$1,000. Treasury retained on August 23, 2002Ibrahim Al-Assaf, Finance Minister, Government of Saudi ArabiaNon-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
Paul H. O'Neill, SecretaryTwo handmade cold cast bronze sculptures. Rec'd—June 28, 2002. Est. Value—$760. Pending review in Treasury General CounselJohn Kufuor, President, Government of GhanaNon-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
Paul H. O'Neill, SecretaryOil painting of a woman on a horse. Rec'd—July 29, 2002. Est. Value—$325. Pending review in Treasury General CounselEdward Shevardnadze, President, Government of Georgian RepublicNon-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
Paul H. O'Neill, SecretarySterling silver flatware (6 sets). Rec'd—August 8, 2002. Est. Value—$779.70. Pending review in Treasury General CounselIslam Karimov, PresidentNon-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
John B. Taylor, Under Secretary (International Affairs)Commemorative gold coin. Rec'd—March, 2002. Est. Value—$395.00. Treasury retained on December 31, 2002Abdulla H. Saif, Finance Minister, Government of BahrainNon-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.

AGENCY: Department of Defense

[Report of Tangible Gifts]

Name and title of person accepting gift on behalf of the U.S. GovernmentGift, date of acceptance on behalf of the U.S. Government, estimated value, and current disposition or locationIdentity of foreign donor and governmentCircumstances justifying acceptance
The Honorable Donald H. Rumsfeld, Secretary of DefenseGold Bracelet. Rec'd—Feb. 4, 2002. Est. Value—$395.00. Reported to GSAMinister of Defense and Military Production, Field Marshal Tantawy, EgyptNon-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
The Honorable Donald H. Rumsfeld, Secretary of DefenseRug 9 x 12. Rec'd—Feb. 15, 2002. Est. Value—$1,100,00. Reported to GSAChairman H. Karzai, AfghanistanNon-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
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The Honorable Donald H. Rumsfeld, Secretary of DefenseRug. Rec'd—Mar. 1, 2002. Est. Value—$300.00. Reported to GSAMinister of Defense and Military Production, Field Marshal Tantawy, EgyptNon-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
The Honorable Donald H. Rumsfeld, Secretary of DefenseSouvenir Set of Coins ($220.00) and Silver Tray 111/2″ ($115.00). Rec'd—Mar. 13, 2002. Est. Value—$335.00. Reported to GSA for PurchasePresident Islam A. Karmiv, UzbekistanNon-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
The Honorable Donald H. Rumsfeld, Secretary of DefenseRug. Rec'd—Apr. 27, 2002. Est. Value—$400.00. Reported to GSA for PurchaseChairman H. Karzai, AfghanistanNon-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
The Honorable Donald H. Rumsfeld, Secretary of DefenseSilver ring w/emerald stone. Rec'd—Apr. 27, 2002. Est. Value—$425.00. Reported to GSA for PurchaseDefense Minister Fahim Khan, AfghanistanNon-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
The Honorable Donald H. Rumsfeld, Secretary of DefenseEmbroidered Velvet Robe w/hat ($160.00). Reported to GSA, Framed Rug w/Stitched picture of SecDef ($400.00). Reported to GSA for Purchase and Photo album of pictures of SecDef in Kazakstan (N/V), Reported to GSA SecDef. Retained Apr. 27, 2002Minister of Defense, General-Colonel Mukhtar Altynbaev, KazakstanNon-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
The Honorable Donald H. Rumsfeld, Secretary of DefenseRug w/heart city theme. Rec'd—Apr. 27, 2002. Est. Value—$980.00. Reported to GSA for PurchasePresident of Kryugyzstan, Askar Akayev, KrygzstanNon-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
The Honorable Donald H. Rumsfeld, Secretary of Defense7″ Silver dagger w/silver casing in leather case. Rec'd—Apr. 27, 2002. Est. Value—$340.00. Reported to GSA for PurchaseGovernor of Herot, Ismail Khan, KazakstanNon-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
The Honorable Donald H. Rumsfeld, Secretary of DefenseSilver Dish, 9 x 8 ($265.00), Plaque (N/V), Double-barreled Shotgun w/Ammunition ($280.00) and Gold Bracelet ($1240.00) Rec'd—Sept. 17, 2002. Est. Value—$1,785.00. Reported to GSA for PurchaseMinister of Defense and Military Production, Field Marshal, Tantawy, EgyptNon-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
The Honorable Donald H. Rumsfeld, Secretary of DefenseGold/Silver Stamps in wooden case, ($170.00) Reported to GSA and Antique Pistol ($2,200.00) Reported to GSA for Purchase. Rec'd—Nov. 22, 2002. Est. Value—$2,370.00His Excellency Rudolf Schuster, President Slovak RepublicNon-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
Paul Wolfowitz, Deputy Secretary of DefenseRug. Rec'd—Jan. 2, 2002. Est. value—$350.00. Approved for Official DisplayField Marshall Hussein, Tantawy, MODNon-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
Paul Wolfowitz, Deputy Secretary of DefenseCoin Set. Rec'd—July 15, 2002. Est. Value—$290.00. Approved for Official DisplayS. Sargsyan, Minister of Defense, ArmeniaNon-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
Paul Wolfowitz, Deputy Secretary of DefenseKhafan Robe ($100.00), Afghan Shawl ($20.00) and Afghan Handmade Rug ($200.00), Rec'd—July 15, 2002. Est. Value—$320.00. Reported to GSA for PurchaseChairman H. Karzai, AfghanistanNon-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
Paul Wolfowitz, Deputy Secretary of DefenseDiamond Crystal ($65.00) and Gold Necklace with Bug Pendant ($300.00). Rec'd—Sept. 17, 2002. Est. Value—$365.00. Reported to GSA for PurchaseField Marshal Hussein Tantawy, Commander in Chief of the Armed Forces, Minister of Defense and Military ProductionNon-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
Paul Wolfowitz, Deputy Secretary of Defense2 Silver Vases 13″ tall. Rec'd—Oct. 30, 2002. Est. Value—$370.00. Reported to GSA for PurchaseLt. Gen. Hamdy Weheba, Chief of Staff of the Egyptian Armed ForcesNon-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
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Paul Wolfowitz, Deputy Secretary of DefenseHand-woven Rug. Rec'd—July 15, 2002. Est. Value—$900.00. Reported for PurchaseDeputy Minister of Defense, Special Rep to the North, Northern Province, Abdul Rashid DostumNon-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
Dov S. Zakheim, USD, ComptrollerLarge Rug. Rec'd—Nov. 01, 2002. Est. Value—$1,200.00. Reported to GSA for PurchaseGeneral Abdul Rashid Dostum, Mazar-e-SharifNon-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
Peter Rodman, ASD, International Security AffairsGold Bracelet. Rec'd—Oct. 23, 2002. Est. Value—$495.00. Reported to GSA for PurchaseLt. Gen. Hamdy Weheba, Chief of Staff of the Egyptian Armed ForcesNon-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
Peter Rodman, ASD, International Security AffairsSilver Candle-holder ($100.00). Reported to GSA for Purchase and Gold Bracelet ($320.00) Reported for Purchase. Rec'd—Sept. 16, 2002. Est. Value—$420.00Field Marshal Hussein Tantawy, Commander in Chief of the Armed Forces, Minister of Defense and Military ProductionNon-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
Dr. William J. Luti, DASD, Near Eastern & South Asian AffairsSportivo Wrist Watch w/Saudi Arabia Crest in Lower Left Corner. Rec'd—Mar. 31, 2002. Est. Value—$780.00. Reported to GSA for PurchaseCrown Prince Abdullah, Saudi ArabiaNon-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
General Richard B. Myers, Chairman, Joint Chiefs of StaffGold Necklace and Bracelet ($1,840.00) and Rectangular Persian Rug ($190.00). Rec'd—Jan. 19, 2002. Est. Value—$1,930.00. Approved for Official DisplayField Marshall Tantawy, Minister of Defense, EgyptAcceptance of the gift, in the judgment of the recipient, in that refusal of the gift may have offended or embarrassed the donor.
General Richard B. Myers, Chairman, Joint Chiefs of StaffSword. Rec'd—Jan. 22, 2002. Est. Value—$290.00. Approved for Official DisplayMr. Malkawi, Minister of Defense, JordanAcceptance of the gift, in the judgment of the recipient, in that refusal of the gift may have offended or embarrassed the donor.
General Richard B. Myers, Chairman, Joint Chiefs of StaffGold Bracelet ($1,840.00) and Rectangular Persian Rug ($190.00). Rec'd—Jan. 22, 2002. Est. Value—$1,930.00. Approved to Official DisplayLt. Gen. Hamdy Veheba, COS, Egyptian Armed ForcesAcceptance of the gift, in the judgment of the recipient, in that refusal of the gift may have offended or embarrassed the donor.

AGENCY: Department of the Navy

[Report of Tangible Gifts]

Name and title of person accepting gift on behalf of the U.S. GovernmentGift, date of acceptance on behalf of the U.S. Government, estimated value, and current disposition or locationIdentity of foreign donor and governmentCircumstances justifying acceptance
RADM William M. Fogarty, COMJTF, Middle EastMan's watch/gold bracelets/gold sword. Rec'd—Sept. 1991. Est. Value—$6500.00. Transferred to GSA on June 6, 2002The Amir of BahrainNon-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
VADM Charles W. Moore, Commander, U.S. Naval Forces Central CommandMan's Omega watch w/cufflinks. Rec'd—Sept. 7, 1998. Est. Value—$7567.70. Transferred to GSA on June 6, 2002The Amir of BahrainNon-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
Mrs. Charles W. MooreWoman's Omega watch. Rec'd—Sept. 7, 1998. Est. Value—$3000. Purchased by recipient on May 23, 2002The Amir of BahrainNon-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
VADM Charles W. MooreMan's Piaget watch. Rec'd—Mar. 1, 1999. Est. Value—$16,492.00. Transferred to GSA on June 6, 2002The Amir of BahrainNon-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
Mrs Charles W. MooreWoman's Piaget watch. Rec'd—Mar. 1, 1999. Est. Value—$14,896.00. Transferred to GSA June 6, 2002The Amir of BahrainNon-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
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Mrs Charles W. MooreCoral & silver necklace/earrings. Rec'd Oct. 4, 1998. Est. Value—$319.20. Transferred to GSA June 6, 2002The Gov't. of YemenNon-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
Mr Charles W. MooreSet of 3 gold bracelets. Rec'd—Sept. 7, 1998. Est. Value—$1400. Transferred to GSA Sept. 12, 2002The Amir of BahrainNon-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
Mrs Charles W. MooreDouble-strand pearl necklace. Rec'd—Oct. 15, 1998. Est. Value—$10,000. Transferred to GSA June 6, 2002The Amir of BahrainNon-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
VADM Charles W. MooreMan's Ebel sportswave watch. Rec'd—May 13, 2001. Est. Value—$1,489.60. Transferred to GSA June 6, 2002Chief of Staff, Kuwaiti Armed ForcesNon-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
VADM Charles W. MooreBrass/goldplated dhow. Rec'd—Oct. 18, 1998. Est. Value—$319.00. Approved for official useDubai Ports AuthorityNon-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
VADM Charles W. MooreOmani Khanjar. Rec'd—May 23, 2000. Est. Value—$370.00. Approved for official useCommand and Staff College, Sultan Armed ForcesNon-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
VADM Charles W. MooreGoldplated and crystal camel. Rec'd—Aug. 2, 2000. Est. Value—$1995.00. Approved for official useMinister of Foreign Affairs, UAENon-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
VADM Charles W. MooreBrass/goldplated dhow. Rec'd—May 17, 2001. Est. Value—$532-$665.00. Approved for official useCommander, UAE NavyNon-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
VADM Charles W. MooreSilver dagger. Rec'd—Feb. 1, 2002. Est. Value—$1596.00. Approved for official usePrime Minister, State of BahrainNon-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
VADM Charles W. MooreBrass/goldplated sword. Rec'd—Feb. 6, 2002. Est. Value—$3192.00. Approved for official useCommander-in-Chief, Bahrain Defense ForceNon-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
VADM Charles W. MooreAluminum/copper dhow. Rec'd—Feb. 8, 2002. Est. Value—$319.20. Approved for official useCoast Guard General Deputy, Ministry of Interior, KuwaitNon-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
VADM Charles W. MooreSilver/goldplated khanjar w/belt clip and holder. Rec'd—June 29, 1999. Est, Value—$480.00. Transferred to GSA June 6, 2002Commander, UAE NavyNon-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
CAPT Phillipp Renaud, Commanding Officer, Naval Oceanography Command24K gold coin with a portrait of the Crown Prince of Bahrain. Rec'd May 9, 2002. Est. Value—$350.00. Approved for official use at the Maurey Library at the Stennis Space Center, MSHis Excellence Mohammed Al'Kalifa, Director of the Ministry of Housing and Environment, BahrainNon-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
BGEN K. J. Stalder, Deputy Director, J-5, U.S. Central CommandConcord Sportivo Chronograph Wristwatch. Rec'd—Mar. 17, 2002. Est. Value—$1075.00. Transferred to GSA Oct. 17, 2002King Abdul Aziz, Saudi ArabiaNon-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
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AGENCY: Department of the Navy

[Report of Travel or Expenses of Travel]

Name and title of person accepting gift on behalf of the U.S. GovernmentBrief description and estimated value of travel or travel expenses accepted consistent with the interests of the U.S. Government and occurring outside the United StatesIdentity of foreign donor and governmentCircumstances justifying acceptance
ADM Vern E. Clark, Chief of Naval OperationsRec'd Oct. 15-17, 2002. Est. Value—$1439.34. Expended for hotelChief of Staff, Italian NavyRepresented U.S. Navy and spoke at Fourth Regional Seapower Symposium.
CAPT D.W. Davenport, Executive Assistant to ADM ClarkRec'd Oct. 15-17, 2002. Est. Value—$1439.34. Expended for hotelChief of Staff, Italian NavyAccompanied CNO at Fourth Regional Seapower Symposium.

AGENCY: Department of Agriculture

[Report of Tangible Gifts]

Name and title of person accepting gift on behalf of the U.S. GovernmentGift, date of acceptance on behalf of the U.S. Government, estimated value, and current disposition or locationIdentify of foreign donor and governmentCircumstances justifying acceptance
Ann M. Veneman, U.S. Secretary of AgricultureA heavily decorated ceremonial robe made with blue velvet. The border and the front panels are decorated with gilt machine embroidered floral designs. The gold colored hat is designed with a multilayered mane style tassel. Received—February 10, 2002. Appraised Value—$400.00 SF-120 prepared; pending transfer to GSAIslom Karimov, President of UzbekistanNon-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
Ann M. Veneman, U.S. Secretary of AgricultureA set of six cut crystal stemmed goblets. Origin: Czech Republic. Hexagonal bases with bowls having etched stars. Labels include “RUCKL Czech Republic,” “A. Ruckle & Sons 1846,” and “Lead crystal 24% Bohemia” Ht. 8″ in presentation box. Received—November 27, 2001. Appraised value—$60.00 per goblet; $480.00 for the set. SF-120 prepared; pending transfer to GSAJan Fencl, Minister of Agriculture, Czech RepublicNon-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
Ann M. Veneman, U.S. Secretary of AgricultureFlatware Set: A twenty-four piece set of sterling silver flatware made in Uzbekistan. Configured as a service for six, the service consists of six each dinner knives, dinner forks, oval soup spoons and small coffee spoons. Markings include “.925,” “OYK,” and a pyramid of 12 stars with the letter “K.” Total weight (to include the stainless steel blades on the knives) is 1,640 grams. An accompanying card describes the set having been produced in Uzbekistan. It is fitted in a mahogany case. Received—February 10, 2002. Appraised value: $1,050.00. Approved for official use and is on display in the Office of the SecretaryIslom Karimov, President of UzbekistanNon-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
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AGENCY: Department of Commerce

[Report of Tangible Gifts]

Name and title of person accepting gift on behalf of the U.S. GovernmentGift, date of acceptance on behalf of the U.S. Government, estimated value, and current disposition or locationIdentity of foreign donor and government
Samuel W. Bodman, Deputy Secretary of CommerceGold coin, 22 carats, weight 33.81 grams. Rec'd—03/02/02. Appraised Value—$300. Location—Deputy Secretary's OfficeSheik Ahmed bid Mohammed, Governor of The Bahrain Monetary Agency.
Samuel W. Bodman, Deputy Secretary of CommerceOrnate, blue-framed (painted lapis tile, six pieces signed.) Rec'd—09/24/02. Appraised Value—$300. Location—Deputy Secretary's OfficePresident Bouteflika of Algeria.
Samuel W. Bodman, Deputy Secretary of CommerceCeremonial silver sword w/scabbard, very ornate containing piece of uncut coral. Rec'd—09/24/02. Appraised Value—$350. Location—Deputy Secretary's OfficePresident Bouteflika of Algeria.
Donald L. Evans, Secretary of CommerceFramed Oil Painting (Forest scene), Russia in winter. Signed. Rec'd—05/22/02. Appraised Value—$350. Location—Secretary's OfficeKonstantin Alekseyevich Titov.
Donald L. Evans, Secretary of CommerceBalalaika (Russian musical instrument), black lacquer. Rec'd—05/23/02. Appraised Value—$650. Location—Secretary's OfficeGerman Gref, Minister of Economic Development Trade of Russia.
Donald L. Evans, Secretary of CommerceRussian-made clock. Marble, key wind, silver trim w/gold hands. Rec'd—05/22/02. Appraised Value—$3,000. Location—Secretary's OfficeIgor Yusufov, Russian Minister of Egypt.
Donald L. Evans, Secretary of CommerceFramed and matted artwork, depicting Shanghai City skyline scene is a piece of dogwood made of silver and jade. Rec'd—04/24/00. Appraised Value—$1,000. Location—Secretary's OfficeChen Liangyu, Mayor of Shanghai.
Donald L. Evans, Secretary of CommerceTwo marble horses, one green and one white mounted on board background of Chinese characters. Rec'd—04/25/02. Appraised Value—$300. Location—Secretary's OfficeWang Zhan, WTO Affairs Consultation.
Donald L. Evans, Secretary of CommerceChinese book, history of Chinese coinage. Rec'd—04/30/02. Appraised Value—$500. Location—Secretary's OfficeHu Jinato, Vice President of China.
Donald L. Evans, Secretary of CommerceCeremonial dagger (Khanjar) wood handle, scabbard, trimmed in ornately silver. Rec'd—08/21/01. Appraised Value—$500. Location—Secretary's OfficeYusuf bin Alawi bin Abdulla, Minister of Foreign Affairs, The Sultanate of Oman.
Donald L. Evans, Secretary of CommerceObsidian statue, bust of woman 6″ high w/silver earrings and band ornate necklace. Rec'd—09/05/01. Appraised Value—$600. Location—Secretary's OfficeVincente Fox Quesada, President of Mexico.
Donald L. Evans, Secretary of CommerceStatue, bronze pedestal, situated on a square, green marble base, 12″ tall. Rec'd—10/14/01. Appraised Value—$800. Location—Secretary's OfficeGerman Gref Minister, Economic Development and Trade, Russia.
Donald L. Evans, Secretary of CommerceTwo large amethyst crystals (geodes). Rec'd—02/15/02. Appraised Value—$400. Location—Secretary's OfficeJorge Batlle, President of Uruguay.
Donald L. Evans, Secretary of CommerceFramed & matted geode (petrified wood). Rec'd—04/23/02. Appraised Value—$350. Location—Secretary's OfficeJiang Zemin, President of Bejing, China.
Donald L. Evans, Secretary of CommerceDecorative crystal plate, engraved of President's residence in center. Rec'd—07/17/02. Appraised Value—$400. Location—Secretary's OfficeAleksander Kwansiewski, President of Poland.
Donald L. Evans, Secretary of CommerceAfghan carpet, handmade, 100% wool, 4′ x 6′ fancy guls (hatchli design, number ☐). Rec'd—07/25/02. Appraised Value—$1,500. Location—Secretary's OfficeSayed Mustafa Kazemi, Minister of Commerce.
Donald L. Evans, Secretary of CommerceEgyptian statue—ceramic (neferti), gilt with blue and red trim. Rec'd—10/04/02. Appraised Value—$500. Location—Secretary's OfficeYoussef Boutros-Ghali, Minister for Foreign Affairs, Egypt.
Donald L. Evans, Secretary of CommerceReplica of a Dake tripod, made of bronze (cooking vessel). Rec'd—12/11/02. Appraised Value—$350. Location—Secretary's OfficeXu Guanhua, Chinese Minister of Science and Technology.
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Department of Energy

[Report of Travel or Expenses of Travel]

Name and title of person accepting travel expenses consistent with the interests of the U.S. GovernmentBrief description and estimated value of travel or travel expenses accepted as consistent with the interests of the U.S. Government and occurring outside the United StatesIdentify of foreign donor and governmentCircumstances justifying acceptance
None

Department of Energy

[Report of Tangible Gifts]

Name and title of person accepting gift on behalf of the U.S. GovernmentGift, date of acceptance on behalf of the U.S. Government, estimated value, and current disposition or locationIdentify of foreign donor and governmentCircumstances justifying acceptance
Spencer Abraham, Secretary of Energy“Russian Field” specially commissioned one-of-a-kind artwork by Sirin of Moscow tracking number 112, 175.42g of yellow gold, 366 diamonds totaling 6.48 karats, 3.2g of enameling. Received—May 2, 2002. Estimated Value—$7,00.00. Reported to GSA October 30, 2002; pending transfer to GSAIgor Yusufov, Minister of Energy, RussiaNon-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
Spencer Abraham, Secretary of EnergyAlgerian rug with bands of geometric patterns, approx 97″ x 140″ Received—June 5, 2002. Estimated Value—$540.00. Reported to GSA October 30, 2002; pending transfer to GSAAbdelaziz Bouteflika, President of AlgeriaNon-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
Spencer Abraham, Secretary of EnergySilver plated falcon on glove. Received—June 19, 2002. Estimated Value—$340.00. Reported to GSA October 30, 2002; pending transfer to GSAAbdullah Bin Hamad Al-Attiyah, Minister of Energy, QatarNon-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.

AGENCY: Central Intelligence Agency

[Report of Tangible Gifts—2002]

Name and title of person accepting gift on behalf of the U.S. GovernmentGift, date of acceptance on behalf of the U.S. Government, estimated value, and current disposition or locationIdentity of foreign donor and governmentCircumstances justifying acceptance
George J. Tenet, Director, Central IntelligenceSilvered metal katar and scabbard, modern, on a silver embroidered black velvet belt with two boxes. L of belt: 43 inches. Rec'd—February 16, 2002. Est. Value—$300.00. To be retained for official display5 U.S.C. 7342(f)(4)Non-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
George J. Tenet, Director, Central IntelligenceFiligree silver figure of a dove, modern, mounted on a black slate base. H: 7 inches. Rec'd—February 18, 2002. Est. Value—$300.00. To be retained for official display5 U.S.C. 7342(f)(4)Non-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
George J. Tenet, Director, Central IntelligenceMiddle Eastern or Indian embossed partial gilt silver short sword and scabbard, modern, with attached black silk cord. L overall: 271/2 inches. Rec'd—February 20, 2002. Est. Value—$300.00. To be retained for official display5 U.S.C. 7342(f)(4)Non-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
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George J. Tenet, Director, Central IntelligenceCoral and jeweled filigree silver short sword and scabbard, modern, in a fitted carved wood case. L: 251/2 inches. Rec'd—February 20, 2002. Est. Value—$400.00. To be retained for official display5 U.S.C. 7342(f)(4)Non-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
George J. Tenet, Director, Central IntelligenceEmbossed silver mounted ivory short sword and scabbard, modern, with attached silk cord. L: 26 inches. Rec'd—February 28, 2002. Est. Value—$400.00. To be retained for official display5 U.S.C. 7342(f)(4)Non-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
George J. Tenet, Director, Central IntelligencePair of gold overlay rock crystal candlesticks, modern. H: 9 inches. Rec'd—April 23, 2002. Est. Value—$600.00. To be retained for official display5 U.S.C. 7342(f)(4)Non-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
George J. Tenet, Director, Central IntelligenceCoral six-strand necklace, with silver clasp mounted with a coral bead, in fitted blue silk case. L: 17 inches. Rec'd—May 31, 2002. Est. Value—$300.00. To be retained for official display5 U.S.C. 7342(f)(4)Non-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
George J. Tenet, Director, Central IntelligenceRug, 7 ft. 8 in. x 5 ft. 8 in., modern, windowpane field with multi-colored floral reserves, zigzag guard boarder on salmon ground. Rec'd—February 19, 2002. Est. Value—$300.00. To be retained for official display5 U.S.C. 7342(f)(4)Non-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
George J. Tenet, Director, Central IntelligenceRug, 116 x 82 inches, modern, beige ground with stepped prayer design field. Rec'd—February 19, 2002. Est. value—$400.00. To be retained for official display5 U.S.C. 7342(f)(4)Non-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
George J. Tenet, Director, Central IntelligenceSilver double horse-drawn condiment cart with salt and pepper shaker, modern, fitted in a black velvet case, with stamped 13 standard mark. L: 12 inches. Rec'd—August 19, 2002. Est. value: $600.00. To be retained for official display5 U.S.C. 7342(f)(4)Non-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
George J. Tenet, Director, Central IntelligenceHenry Jean Pontoy (French 1888-1968) Femme du Sud, signed lower right, also title on reverse and numbered 7, oil on canvas. 18 x 15 inches. Rec'd—December 11, 2002. Est. value—$500.00. To be retained for official display5 U.S.C. 7342(f)(4)Non-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
John E. McLaughlin, Deputy Director, Central IntelligenceSterling “double tower” pen holder and letter opener Standish, on an oval mahogany base. L: 11 inches. Rec'd—April 6, 2002. Est. value—$300.00. To be retained for official display5 U.S.C. 7342(f)(4)Non-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
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An Agency EmployeeRug, 117 x 82 inches, modern, red ground with diagonal rows of octagon and floral medallions, multi-colored guard border. Rec'd—February 3, 2002. Est. value—$600.00. To be retained for official display5 U.S.C. 7342(f)(4)Non-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
An Agency EmployeeDiamond dinner ring, the contemporary 875 (18 karat) yellow gold crossed over mount set with two rows of round faceted brilliant cut diamonds, each weighing approximately .10 carats, total weight approximately 1 carat. Rec'd—June 1, 2002. Est. value—$500.00. To be retained for official display5 U.S.C. 7342(f)(4)Non-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
An Agency EmployeeContemporary hallmarked 18 karat yellow gold and diamond five-piece ensemble, the Florentine and polished gold setting set with round faceted brilliant cut diamonds, each weighing approximately .10 to .15 carats each, consisting of: a pendant necklace set with eleven diamonds, a bangle bracelet set with twelve diamonds, a ring set with two diamonds and a pair of pierced type earrings, each set with one diamond, fitted in a rose velvet case. Gross weight: 6 oz. Rec'd—June 2, 2002. Est. value—$2,500.005 U.S.C. 7342(f)(4)Non-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
An Agency EmployeeContemporary 18 karat white and yellow gold diamond four-piece ensemble, each in the Art Deco style, consisting of: a tassel pendant and chain set wtih a pavé of diamonds, a ring and a pair of pierced type tassel earrings, fitted in a green velvet case. Rec'd—June 2, 2002. Est. value—$3,000.00. To be retained for official display5 U.S.C. 7342(f)(4)Non-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
An Agency EmployeeGentleman's Swiss stainless steel wristwatch, from the Yves St. Laurent Collection, together with a partial gold ballpoint pen, in a fitted gray leather and gray velvet lined interior locked case. Rec'd—June 2, 2002. Est. value—$300.00. To be retained for official display5 U.S.C. 7342(f)(4)Non-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
An Agency EmployeePair of white gold, diamond and turquoise beaded pendant-type pierced earrings, modern, each set with a round cabochon turquoise, approximately 81/2 mm, surrounded by a pavé of round faceted brilliant cut diamonds. Rec'd—June 2, 2002. Est. value—$2,500.00. To be retained for official display5 U.S.C. 7342(f)(4)Non-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
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An Agency EmployeeContemporary hallmarked white gold and diamond dinner ring, set with a pavé of melée diamonds. Rec'd—June 2, 2002. Est. value—$750.00. To be retained for official display5 U.S.C. 7342(f)(4)Non-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
An Agency EmployeeDaum amber Pate de Verre Figus (Fig) bowl, modern, the compressed body molded in high relief with berries and leaves and two crawling salamanders, signed on base, Daum/France. H: 75/8 inches. Rec'd—June 2, 2002. Est. value—$1,500.00. To be retained for official display5 U.S.C. 7342(f)(4)Non-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
An Agency EmployeeLadies four diamond engagement ring, modern, the 18 karat yellow and white gold four prong Tiffany mount set with a single row of round faceted brilliant cut diamonds, each weighing approximately .20 carats, total weight approximately .80 carats. Rec'd—May 24, 2002. Est. value—$650.00. To be retained for official display5 U.S.C. 7342(f)(4)Non-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
An Agency EmployeeUnmarked yellow gold mounted ivory five-piece ensemble, modern, consisting of: a pendant necklace, a four-panel bracelet, a ring and a pair of leaf-shaped pendant pierced-type earrings, in a red velvet fitted case. Rec'd—September 25, 2002. Est. value—$500.00. To be retained for official display5 U.S.C. 7342(f)(4)Non-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
An Agency EmployeeUnmounted emerald cut emerald weighing approximately 1.70 carats, good color with some inclusions. Rec'd—September 7, 2002. Est. value—$600.00. To be retained for official display5 U.S.C. 7342(f)(4)Non-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
An Agency EmployeeFiligree silver two-handle floriform vase, modern. H: 121/2 inches; W: 44 oz. Rec'd—October 1, 2001. Est. value—$500.00. To be retained for official display5 U.S.C. 7342(f)(4)Non-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
An Agency EmployeeWood Group of Two Figures, modern. H: 391/2 inches. Rec'd—June 20, 2001. Est. value—$300.00. To be retained for official display5 U.S.C. 7342(f)(4)Non-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
An Agency EmployeeUnmounted emerald cut emerald, weighing approximately 2.50 carats, deeper green color with some inclusions; together with an uncut emerald nugget weighing approximately 2 carats. Rec'd—August 1, 2002. Est. value—$1,000.00. To be retained for official display5 U.S.C. 7342(f)(4)Non-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
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An Agency EmployeeSilver mounted ivory five-piece ensemble, modern, consisting of: a melon beaded necklace and bracelet, a pair of leaf-shaped pierced-type pendant earrings and a ring, in a fitted tan velvet case. Each stamped 925 standard. Rec'd—October 20, 2001. Est. value—$400.00. To be retained for official display5 U.S.C. 7342(f)(4)Non-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
An Agency EmployeeSilver mounted ivory five-piece ensemble, modern, consisting of: a melon beaded necklace and bracelet, a pair of leaf-shaped pierced-type pendant earrings and a ring, in a fitted tan velvet case. Rec'd—October 20, 2001. Est. value—$400.000. To be retained for official display5 U.S.C. 7342(f)(4)Non-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
An Agency EmployeeUnmarked yellow gold mounted ivory five-piece ensemble, modern, consisting of: a heart pendant necklace, a four-panel bracelet, a pair of leaf-shaped earrings and a ring, in a fitted red velvet case. Note: necklace with one section unattached from the leaf-shaped pendant. Rec'd—October 20, 2001. Est. value—$300.00. To be retained for official display5 U.S.C. 7342(f)(4)Non-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
An Agency EmployeeUnmarked yellow gold and gold-filled mounted ivory five-piece ensemble, modern, consisting of: A leaf pendant necklace, a four-panel bracelet, a pair of leaf-shaped pierced-type earrings and a ring, in a fitted red velvet case. Rec'd—October 20, 2001. Est. value—$400.00. To be retained for official display5 U.S.C. 7342(f)(4)Non-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
An Agency EmployeeUnmarked silver mounted ivory five-piece ensemble, modern, consisting of: A leaf-shaped pendant necklace, a four-panel bracelet, a pair of leaf-shaped pendant pierced earrings and a ring, in a fitted green and tan velvet case. Note: necklace with some silver inlay unattached. Rec'd—October 20, 2001. Est. value—$300.00. To be retained for official display5 U.S.C. 7342(f)(4)Non-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
An Agency EmployeeSilver mounted ivory seven-piece ensemble, modern, consisting of: a 925 marked melon ball necklace with matching bracelet, two pairs of pendant-type earrings and a ring, in a red velvet fitted case. Rec'd—October 20, 2001. Est. value—$400.00. To be retained for official display5 U.S.C. 7342(f)(4)Non-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
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An Agency EmployeeUnmarked silver mounted ivory five-piece ensemble, modern, consisting of: a leaf-shaped pendant necklace, a four panel bracelet, a pair of leaf shaped pendant leaf earrings and a ring, fitted in a red velvet case. Rec'd—October 20, 2001. Est. Value—$400.00. To be retained for official display5 U.S.C. 7342(f)(4)Non-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
An Agency EmployeeUnmarked silver mounted ivory five-piece ensemble, modern, consisting of: a leaf-shaped pendant necklace, a four panel bracelet, a pair of leaf shaped pendant leaf earrings and a ring, fitted in a red velvet case. Rec'd—October 20, 2001. Est. Value—$400.00. To be retained for official display5 U.S.C. 7342(f)(4)Non-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
An Agency EmployeeRug, 13 ft. 1 in. x 7 ft. 8 in., modern, windowpane field with alternating blue and rose ground enclosing floral medallions, lozenge and floral guard border on blue and ivory ground. Rec'd—December 11, 2002. Est. Value—$400.00. To be retained for official display5 U.S.C. 7342(f)(4)Non-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
An Agency EmployeeChased silver plated samovar, modern. H: 24 inches. Est. Value—$300.00. To be retained for official display5 U.S.C. 7342(f)(4)Non-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
An Agency EmployeeSilver plated and partial gilt chess set and board, modern. D of board: 20 inches. H of chessmen: 31/2 inches. Est. Value—$500.00. To be retained for official display5 U.S.C. 7342(f)(4)Non-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
An Agency EmployeeContemporary 750 (18 karat) yellow gold chain link gentleman's signate bracelet and inscribed “God Bless You” and contemporary ring, set with a round faceted brilliant cut diamond weighing approximately .10 carats. Rec'd—June 1998. Est. Value—$400.00. To be retained for official display5 U.S.C. 7342(f)(4)Non-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
An Agency EmployeeDouble strand graduated cultured pearl necklace and a pair of pendant earrings, modern, the necklaces measuring from 8 mm to 51/2 mm (not individually knotted), with a silver plated clasp, the earrings set in gold-filled bowknot form tassel mounts set with a synthetic diamond, suspending a pendant pearl and a mabé pearl clasp. Rec'd—May 12, 2002. Est. Value—$750.00. To be retained for official display5 U.S.C. 7342(f)(4)Non-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
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An Agency EmployeeContemporary diamond star-form pendant and 918 (21 karat) yellow and white gold round braided chain, the princess-type pendant set with a pavé of round faceted diamonds, total weight approximately 1 carat. Rec'd—December 23, 2002. Est. Value—$800.00. To be retained for official display5 U.S.C. 7342(f)(4)Non-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
An Agency EmployeeContemporary diamond star-form pendant and 918 (21 karat) yellow and white gold round braided chain, the princess-type pendant set with a pavé of round faceted diamonds, total weight approximately 1 carat. Rec'd—December 23, 2002. Est. Value—$800.00. To be retained for official display5 U.S.C. 7342(f)(4)Non-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
An Agency EmployeeContemporary diamond and emerald three-piece ensemble, the 14 karat yellow gold “V” pendant mount set with seven marquise faceted cut emeralds alternating with six twin round faceted melée diamonds, on a flat braided chain; together with a pair of complementary leaf-shaped pierced-type earrings, each set with three marquise faceted cut emeralds and a row of six round faceted melée diamonds. Rec'd—April 19, 1998. Est. value—$650.00. To be retained for official display5 U.S.C. 7342(f)(4)Non-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
An Agency EmployeeGroup of nine unmounted precious and semi-precious stones, consisting of: two emerald cut emeralds, two oval faceted rubies and five round faceted white sapphires. Est. value—$300.00. To be retained for official display5 U.S.C. 7342(f)(4)Non-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
An Agency EmployeePair of Contemporary hallmarked 21 karat partial silver and yellow gold bangle bracelets and a ring. Rec'd—June 30, 2002. Est. value—$500.00. To be retained for official display5 U.S.C. 7342(f)(4)Non-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
An Agency EmployeePair of Contemporary hallmarked 21 karat partial silver and yellow gold bangle bracelets and a ring. Rec'd—June 30, 2002. Est. value—$500.00. To be retained for official display5 U.S.C. 7342(f)(4)Non-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
An Agency EmployeeContemporary 750 (18 karat) white gold, diamond and sapphire dinner ring, the interlocking mount set with a row of fifteen round faceted blue sapphires surrounded by a pave of round faceted diamonds. Rec'd—June 30, 2002. Est. value—$2,500.00. To be retained for official display5 U.S.C. 7342(f)(4)Non-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
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An Agency EmployeePair of Contemporary hallmarked 21 karat yellow gold polished and textured herringbone bangle bracelets, total weight approximately 1 oz. Rec'd—June 30, 2002. Est. value—$400.00. To be retained for official display5 U.S.C. 7342(f)(4)Non-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
An Agency EmployeeGentleman's Swiss stainless steel and black reptile bank water resistant wristwatch by Corum, in a fitted blue leather case. Rec'd—June 30, 2002. Est. value—$300.00. To be retained for official display5 U.S.C. 7342(f)(4)Non-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
An Agency EmployeeYellow gold mounted ivory five-piece ensemble, modern, consisting of: a leaf pendant necklace, a four-panel bracelet, a pair of pendant leaf-type earrings and a ring, in a glazed top wood case. Rec'd—July 20, 2001. Est. value—$400.00. To be retained for official display5 U.S.C. 7342(f)(4)Non-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
An Agency EmployeeNain partial silk and wool rug, 8 ft 10 × 8 ft 2 in, modern, green ground with palmate and trellising vine field centering a pull star medallion on ivory to blue ground, palmette and trellising vine guard boarder on ivory ground. Rec'd—April 28, 2001. Est. value—$1,500.00. To be retained for official display5 U.S.C. 7342(f)(4)Non-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
An Agency EmployeeKerman rug, 12 ft 6 in × 8 ft 2 in, post 1950's ivory ground with a floral spray field centering an oval medallion with complementary field on green ground, palmette and trellising vine guard border on red ground. Rec'd—May 20, 2000. Est. value—$1,000.00. To be retained for official display5 U.S.C. 7342(f)(4)Non-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.

Amended Report

AGENCY: United States Agency for International Development

[Report of Tangible Gifts]

Name and title of person accepting gift on behalf of the U.S. GovernmentGift, date of acceptance on behalf of the U.S. Government, estimated value, and current disposition or locationIdentity of foreign donor and governmentCircumstances justifying acceptance
Andrew Natsios, USAID AdministratorLeather rug & three pillow cushions. Est. value—$850.00. Rec'd—11/18/02. Location—Administrator's SuiteGovernment of NigeriaRefusal to accept would have caused embarrassment to the donor.
Andrew Natsios, USAID AdministratorAfghanistan Rug. Est. value—$300.00. Record—12/20/02. Location—Administrator's SuiteSayed Hussan Anwari, Min. of AgricRefusal to accept would have caused embarrassment to the donor.
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