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Mar. 3: We are strengthening enforcement; building international cooperation and commitments to protect wildlife; and raising awareness to drive down the demand that is fuelling the illegal trade. Get involved and commemorate World Wildlife Day by spreading the word. DipNote»
In Other News
- Daily Press Briefing: Australia
Deputy Spokesperson Harf (Mar. 3): "We welcome Australia’s decision to contribute Australian Defense Force personnel to a building partner capacity training mission in Iraq as part of the anti-counter ISIL coalition." Full Text»
- The Plan for the Alliance for Prosperity of the Northern Triangle
Mar. 3: Joint statement was released by the Presidents of El Salvador, Guatemala, and Honduras, and the Vice President of the United States of America regarding the Plan for the Alliance for Prosperity of the Northern Triangle. More»
- Election in Lesotho
Secretary Kerry (Mar. 2): "The United States congratulates the people of Lesotho for participating peacefully in Lesotho's snap parliamentary election on February 28." Full Text»
- International Women of Courage Award
Deputy Secretary Higginbottom will present 10 extraordinary women from 10 countries with the 2015 Secretary of State’s International Women of Courage Award on March 5 at 1:00 p.m. More»
- U.S. Trade and Investment
Assistant Secretary Rivkin (Mar. 2): "Beyond the large investments and business transactions, U.S. companies also have a culture of promoting innovation and entrepreneurial spirit that proves over and again to be our greatest export." Full Text»
- South Sudan Negotiations
Secretary Kerry (Mar. 2): "Legitimacy is not a presumed right of any government. It is conferred by the people, and it is sustained only by demonstrating leadership to protect and serve all citizens—responsibilities the government has neglected." Full Text»
- Gender Equity in Afghanistan
The $216 million Promote effort represents a joint U.S.-Afghan commitment to create opportunities for Afghan women to become future leaders. More»
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