ABOARD AIR FORCE ONE -- British Prime Minister Gordon Brown has been invited to spend Sunday and Monday with U.S. President George W. Bush at the presidential retreat in Maryland.
The Camp David outing marks the first time Brown visits the United States as prime minister, White House Press Secretary Tony Snow said in a statement.
Asked what the two leaders plan to discuss, Snow told reporters aboard Air Force One, "You can imagine Iraq, Iran.
"You can imagine discussions of Darfur," he said. "You can imagine discussions of what's going on in Europe, defense in Europe, Kosovo. I mean, there are any number of ranges -- Afghanistan, the role of Iran, the U.N. Security Council and its efforts to try to offer a way for the Iranian government to step away from enrichment and reprocessing and activities that may lead to developing nuclear capabilities. It's a pretty broad agenda."
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