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Secretary Kerry (Apr. 17): "The Ukrainian people now deserve a right to choose their own future. The international community remains firmly by their side as they travel the difficult, democratic path to prosperity and to peace." Full Text» Joint Statement» Trip Page»
In Other News
- Daily Press Briefing: Ukraine
Spokesperson Psaki (Apr. 18): "It's clear to everyone what steps Russia will need to take in order to de-escalate the situation, and... we will test the proposition of diplomacy over the coming days." Full Text»
- Gender-Based Violence Initiative
Apr. 18: The GBV Emergency Response and Protection Initiative fills a critical gap by providing urgent assistance to threatened individuals with rapid, targeted, short term assistance. More»
- Cultural Heritage Preservation
Apr. 18: The U.S. Ambassadors Fund for Cultural Preservation supports a broad range of projects to preserve the cultural heritage of other countries, including World Heritage sites. More» Map»
- Keystone XL Pipeline
Apr. 18: The Department of State has notified the eight federal agencies specified in Executive Order 13337 we will provide more time for the submission of their views on the proposed Keystone Pipeline Project. More» Briefing»
- Sports Envoys Travel to Sri Lanka
From April 21-25, former WNBA players Tamika Williams and Edna Campbell will teach basketball skills and foster empowerment of girls, teamwork, and cross-cultural communication. More»
- Advancing Freedom and Democracy
Apr. 18: The United States uses bilateral and multilateral diplomatic advocacy, foreign assistance programs, and public planning tools to advance human rights and democracy. More»
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