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Feb. 4: The President announced a new framework for bilateral cooperation in the event of a peace accord with the FARC: Peace Colombia. This multi-year initiative would scale up catalytic U.S. support to help Colombia "win the peace." More»
In Other News
- Daily Press Briefing: Libya
Spokesperson Kirby (Feb. 4): "We still believe that the best way forward in Libya is movement towards the unity government and to political solutions to the problems there." Full Text»
- U.S.-Cuba Technical Talks
The two countries met in Miami February 1-4 to exchange information and best practices on combating human smuggling and travel document fraud, which is important for ensuring safe, legal, and orderly migration. More»
- Travel to Djibouti
Deputy Secretary Blinken will travel February 7-9 to lead the U.S. delegation to the second annual U.S.-Djibouti Binational Forum and hold other meetings. More»
- New START Treaty
Feb. 5: Today marks the five-year anniversary of the New START Treaty, a landmark arms control agreement to reduce U.S. and Russian nuclear stockpiles. Secretary's Statement» DipNote»
- Sri Lanka
Under Secretary Kennedy (Feb. 4): "Your solutions, if successful, can become the blueprint for future generations, in distant nations, who are trying to find their way back to peace, justice, and harmony." Full Text»
- Travel to Europe and California
Secretary Kerry will travel to Munich, Germany; Tirana, Albania; and Rancho Mirage, California from February 10-16. More»
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