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The Nicaraguan people deserve free and fair elections. I welcome yesterday's @OAS_official vote, which unequivocally condemns Ortega and Murillo’s actions and upholds our shared commitment to democracy and human rights under the Inter-American Democratic Charter.
Today, as we commemorate the 10th anniversary of the @UN Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights, the U.S. reaffirms that States must protect human rights; businesses must respect human rights; and when adverse human rights impacts occur, victims need access to solutions.
Pleased to visit with Doreen Bogdan-Martin, the American candidate for the International Telecommunication Union Secretary-General. With years of experience, she is the right choice at the right time to lead @ITU and the critical work it does. #Doreen4SG https://t.co/DkzSRVYTwd
Yesterday, I had the chance to visit the 9/11 memorial at NATO Headquarters. It's a solemn reminder of that awful day and the thousands of Americans we lost. In that moment of peril, our Allies were there for us — and we must always be there for them. https://t.co/52bnAEJKAG
Proud to work with @SecMayorkas on our responsible, phased approach to reinstitute and improve the Central American Minors program. The second phase of its reopening will expand access for U.S.-based individuals not previously eligible to petition for their children.
Today we delivered 1.3+ million vaccines to our neighbors in Mexico. More vaccines are on the way as @StateDept is proud to help carry out @POTUS’ commitment to deliver 500 million vaccines worldwide and help the world defeat #COVID19. https://t.co/Et225Hih5g
I want to congratulate @jairbolsonaro and Brazil for being the first South American country to sign the #Artemis Accords! We look forward to continued collaboration between @NASA and @espacial_aeb to ensure a safe and prosperous future in space. https://t.co/jgSJgH4jRx
I’m proud of what @StateDept does to advance human rights and dignity for LGBTQI+ persons globally, and I'm deeply grateful for the contributions that @glifaa and our LGBTQI+ colleagues make to American diplomacy daily. We’re a stronger country thanks to you. Happy #PrideMonth! https://t.co/KrmTV20iqP
Our NATO Alliance is stronger than ever. Today I’m joining our 29 allies to discuss our collective defense — including from Russian aggression, strategic challenges from China, malicious cyber activity, terrorism, and climate change.
.@NATO is an invaluable alliance that makes us all safer and more prosperous. The United States remains steadfast in our support for NATO as the essential forum for Transatlantic security. #WeAreNATO https://t.co/Bh75h0ZfM5
Dear @USArmy, No matter the challenge, whether a foreign threat, natural or man-made disaster, or health crisis; time and time again, your brave soldiers have proven they will respond and support. On your 246th #ArmyBday, we salute you! Signed, a grateful nation. https://t.co/u9nP7nz6TA
For generations, the American flag has served as an emblem of our nation's great experiment in self-governance and the promise democracy holds. On #FlagDay, we pledge our allegiance to this banner and celebrate the hope it inspires in the American people -- and around the world. https://t.co/bQsjJz3jL9
I spoke with @Yair_Lapid to congratulate him on his appointment as Alternate Prime Minister and Foreign Minister of Israel. We discussed America’s unwavering commitment to Israel’s security. I look forward to welcoming the Foreign Minister to Washington soon.
G7 leaders call for a timely, transparent, expert-led, science-based WHO-convened Phase 2 COVID-19 origins study. We must determine the origins. In my conversation with Chris Wallace on @FoxNewsSunday, we discussed next steps to prevent future pandemics. https://t.co/n0ZimNHozl
A commitment to a billion vaccines is about putting shots in arms, not twisting arms, in countries around the world. As I told @DanaBashCNN on @CNNSotu today, we are determined to beat COVID-19 and build back better. https://t.co/c7mpz59h7a
We're now in a position as a result of reinvigorated American leadership to work with allies and partners in common cause and common purpose, including dealing with challenges from China, Russia, or any competitor. More from my interview with @jdickerson: https://t.co/FqPdxhRKDe
Spoke today with @MarthaRaddatz on @ThisWeekABC about the G7 meetings, which have demonstrated that democracies coming together can take action in common cause and deliver in concrete ways for our peoples and the world. https://t.co/UI1uZRLSWm
Glad to meet with my friend, Republic of Korea Foreign Minister Chung Eui-yong, in Cornwall to discuss multilateral cooperation to address the challenges of today and the future. We stressed the importance of U.S.-ROK-Japan cooperation to address regional and global issues.
The U.S. welcomes the release by Azerbaijan of 15 Armenian detainees. We're grateful to the Government of Georgia for its vital role facilitating discussions between the sides. Such steps will bring the people of the region closer to the peaceful future they deserve.