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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.
Today marks the five-year anniversary of the Pulse night club shooting in Orlando, Florida. Our hearts go out to the victims, survivors, their families, and the Latinx and LGBTQI+ communities. Please join us at 6 p.m. for 49 seconds of silence to commemorate the 49 victims.
While in Mexico, @VP announced that the United States and Mexico signed a memorandum of understanding to establish a strategic partnership to address the lack of economic opportunities in northern Central America. Learn more: https://t.co/bV40gaaE3G
.@VP speaking on migration and finding hope at home: “Most people do not want to leave the place where they grew up; where their grandmother lives; the place where they pray; the place where their language is spoken, where the culture is familiar.” https://t.co/j0Pj7S30BU https://t.co/1fPMUxnh49
In Guatemala this week, @VP announced increased cooperation on major new initiatives: an Anticorruption Task Force, a Human Smuggling & Trafficking Task Force, Young Women’s Empowerment Initiative & continued efforts to increase economic opportunity. More: https://t.co/n5xkhIc8Fs
2021 is the international year for the elimination of child labor. On this World Day Against Child Labor, the Department continues to monitor and report on child labor and forced child labor, including our annual Human Rights Report and Trafficking in Persons Report. #WDACL #HRR https://t.co/X9qPRt1cic
While in the UK, @POTUS and Prime Minister @BorisJohnson signed a new Atlantic Charter, reaffirming a shared commitment to sustaining and defending enduring democratic values. Read the full document: https://t.co/ST2ZvARd7C. https://t.co/oLFjvURsKz
.@POTUS: Democracies of the world are standing together to tackle the toughest challenges and the issues that matter most to our future: that we’re committed to leading with strength, defending our values, and delivering for our people. https://t.co/JH0RbFvMFy
Coordinator for Global COVID-19 Response and Health Security Gayle Smith: @POTUS announced we will purchase and donate 500 million doses of the Pfizer vaccine to start a real push to get the world vaccinated. This is American leadership at its best. https://t.co/WmS1PD8BLT https://t.co/UEcELSa6uz
We celebrate 75 years of diplomatic relations with the Philippines and the 70th anniversary of the U.S.-Philippines Alliance. @POTUS: “Our people are forever connected through our deep bonds and shared sacrifices of valor, of family, and of friendship.” #FriendsPartnersAllies https://t.co/24FnNZq7UN
During today’s briefing, @StateDeputySpox congratulated the new non-permanent @UN Security Council members for 2022-2023, addressed the temporary suspension of visa interviews at U.S. Embassy Kabul, and discussed @POTUS's COVID-19 vaccine announcement. https://t.co/yHnmj4Vu0b
.@POTUS: This #PrideMonth, we recognize the valuable contributions of LGBTQI+ individuals across America, and we reaffirm our commitment to standing in solidarity with LGBTQI+ persons worldwide in the ongoing struggle against discrimination and injustice. https://t.co/2Pxc29nlV7 https://t.co/NMkTzHVaLB
I prompted you all to ask me some questions on Instagram and today I’m here to answer them. Do you have any questions about foreign policy, @StateDept, or our careers? If so, leave your question as a comment and maybe your question will be featured next! #AskStateAnything https://t.co/NZwqjgKTBS