From the a State Department transcript:
FOREIGN MINISTER SPINDELEGGER: Thank you very much, Madam Secretary, ladies and gentlemen. For us, it's a great pleasure to see how engaged Hillary Clinton is in this field - framework of 1325. And this gives us hope and this inspires us to be more active in this way. And of course, I think if you have a look, after all the events, we have to notice there is a lot of space for more engagement. We have to double our efforts to make, for the future, a better world for women and, of course, if you have a more close look to all these areas of conflict, we should now have these indicators, these 26 indicators, that gives us more tools and more information about that - what we have to do in all these areas.
And I think it's wonderful to cooperate. Thank you very much for that. And of course, as I said, we are now celebrating the 10th anniversary, but we also are celebrating the birthday of Hillary Clinton here today.
SECRETARY CLINTON: Oh, dear.
FOREIGN MINISTER SPINDELEGGER: Twenty-fifth birthday. (Laughter.)
SECRETARY CLINTON: Coincides with National Austria Day. I'm very excited about that. (Laughter.)