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Secretary Kerry (Feb. 27): "We have a moral obligation to speak out against the persecution and the marginalization of LGBT persons. And we have a moral obligation to promote societies that are more just, fair, and tolerant." Full Text» Special Envoy Berry's Remarks» More»
In Other News
- Daily Press Briefing: Bangladesh
Spokesperson Psaki (Feb. 27): "The United States condemns in the strongest terms the brutal murder of Avijit Roy, which was horrific in its brutality and cowardice." Full Text»
- Murder of Boris Nemtsov
Secretary Kerry (Feb. 27): "The United States urges the Russian authorities to act expeditiously to investigate and bring to justice those responsible." Full Text»
- Rewards for Justice
Feb. 26: The Department of State's Rewards for Justice Program is offering rewards for information on two associates of the extremist group Hezb-e Islami Gulbuddin. More»
- U.S.-Cuba Talks
Assistant Secretary Jacobson (Feb. 27): "We view reestablishing diplomatic relations and reopening embassies as critical early steps in the longer-term process of normalizing relations more than half a century after we severed diplomatic relations." Full Text»
- Secretary Kerry's Travel
On March 2, Secretary Kerry will travel to Geneva to address the high-level segment of the 28th session of the United Nations Human Rights Council. He continues on to Montreux, Riyadh, London and Paris to meet on regional issues. More»
- Newly Digitized Foreign Relations Volumes
Feb. 26: The Department of State announces the release of newly digitized versions of twenty volumes from the Foreign Relations of the United States series, the official documentary record of U.S. foreign relations. More»
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