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2017-09-22

U.S.-Peru Workshop on Countering Hizballah’s Terrorist and Criminal Activities

As part of the U.S. commitment to counter Hizballah’s terrorist and criminal activities around the world, the United States and Peru partnered to hold a two-day workshop in Lima on September 20-21, on using law enforcement and counterterrorism finance tools to counter Hizballah’s destabilizing activities.

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Mali National Day Message

On behalf of President Trump and the people of the United States of America, we send our best wishes to the people of Mali as you celebrate your Independence Day on September 22.

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C5+1 Fact Sheet

C5+1 is a format for dialogue and a platform for joint efforts to address common challenges faced by the United States and the five Central Asian states. It complements bilateral relationships in the region, particularly in issue areas where regional approaches may provide a comparative advantage.

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U.S. Support for the UN Action Plan for Libya

The United States welcomes the September 20 United Nations (UN) announcement of an action plan to advance political reconciliation in Libya and help the Libyan people achieve lasting peace and security.

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Secretary of State Rex Tillerson With David Muir of ABC’s Good Morning America

Let’s dive right into the news here, both on Russia and on North Korea. First of all, we have President Trump with the tough new sanctions, his tweet this morning, Kim Jong-un already saying that he’s considering the strongest actions. And I want to break this down for people at home. They’ve already tested a bomb more powerful than what we saw in World War II. They’ve tested several intercontinental ballistic missiles. Overnight now, they’re talking about detonation of an H-bomb in the Pacific.


2017-09-21

Press Briefing By U.S. Ambassador To The United Nations Nikki Haley

AMBASSADOR HALEY:  Good afternoon.  Well, we have had a very productive and strong week at the U.N.  You saw the United States had a very strong presence with the President, the Vice President, and many members of the national security team, as well as his economic team.  The United States was out in full force, and I think the U.N. felt it, but I think it was extremely productive.


Remarks by President Trump Before Trilateral Meeting with President Moon of the Republic of Korea and Prime Minister Abe of Japan

PRESIDENT TRUMP: Today I'm announcing a new executive order I just signed that significantly expands our authorities to target individuals, companies, financial institutions that finance and facilitate trade with North Korea. As I outlined at my address to the United Nations General Assembly, North Korea's nuclear weapons and missile development is a grave threat to peace and security in our world.


Remarks by President Trump and President Poroshenko of Ukraine Before Bilateral Meeting

PRESIDENT TRUMP: Thank you very much. It's wonderful to have President Poroshenko with us. We spent some time recently in the White House, and I know you've made good progress since then -- a lot of progress, actually.

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U.S. Department of State and espnW Join Forces for the Annual Global Sports Mentoring Program

From September 25 to October 31, seventeen international delegates and American sports sector mentors will take part in the annual U.S. Department of State and espnW Global Sports Mentoring Program (GSMP). In its sixth year, this program supports the U.S. Department of State’s global efforts to advance the rights and participation of women and girls through sports.


Civilian Victims of Syrian and Russian Airstrikes in Idlib and Hama Provinces

The United States is concerned by reports of airstrikes in Idlib province and northern Hama province on September 19 and 20 that killed at least three medical personnel and damaged a number of medical facilities, emergency equipment, and civil defense centers.


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