Hillary Clinton laid out a bulging agenda on Thursday for incoming secretary of state John Kerry, warning about Iran's aid to Syria, voicing concern for Afghan women and raising cyber hacking fears.
In her final press interview, Clinton said she was looking forward to getting some rest and taking long walks with her newest dog.
But in the hour-long roundtable, Clinton also summed up some of the weighty issues that will be weighing down Kerry's in-tray on Monday morning. Clinton expressed concern over Iran and North Korea’s nuclear programmes.
She said that she would continue to co-chair the U.S.-Afghan Women's Council, voicing concern for the Afghan women.
On cyber attacks, she said that the U.S. should protect private sector from this kind of illegal intrusions. Clinton warned that cyber attacks were on the increase.
This is an opportunity to bring to the table the North Africans and the sub-Saharan Africans who are affected, the Europeans and the Gulf, to get a much more coordinated planning effort underway so it's not ad hoc, Clinton said.AFP