Closed captioning of: Clinton pledges to aid democracy in Myanmar
is on a visit to
and pledging to help bring democracy there.
has the latest on her trip. ian, good morning to you.
good morning, matt, from the lakeside home of ang san
. today she played host to the secretary of state. a stroll in the garden of a house that's also been a prison for 15 of the last 21 years during which
was kept in almost total isolation. this meeting comes a year after a her release. today talk of working to hasten the pace of
hold the dream
you have represented to many of us around the world. we want to be a partner with you, with the new government and with all people of goodwill.
's stunning facade lies grinding poverty. they spoke of stepping up if u.s. and others to a closed state.
said she was happy with the u.s. engablging burma.
this will be the beginning of a new future for all of us providing we can maintain it and we hope to.
they appeared at ease together and it seemed a momentous moment for both of them. a short distance away, we witnessed the scramble to distribute the day's newspapers. with censorship eased there is a story worth reading. for two decades this lakeside home has been a symbol of resistance. now as
begins to open up it's a symbol of hope for people hungry for change. secretary clinton is now on her way home, leaving a country at the beginning of a surprising reform process that's not just a challenge for
but for u.s. policy in this region. matt?
reporting for us. thank you very much.