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Assistant Secretary Jacobson (May 22): "These are the first steps in the long process of normalization that will allow us to better represent U.S. interests and increase engagement with the Cuban people." Full Text» More»
In Other News
- Daily Press Briefing: Syria
Deputy Spokesperson Harf (May 22): "Our position certainly hasn’t changed, that there is no future for Bashar al-Assad. He has lost all legitimacy to lead. And the Russians have agreed to the Geneva communique framework for a political transition." Full Text»
- Conclusion of the 2015 Nuclear Nonproliferation Treaty Review Conference
Under Secretary Gottemoeller (May 22): "Though this conference concludes today, it is clear that the NPT remains the enduring cornerstone for the global nonproliferation regime and will continue to serve as the focus for our efforts to achieve a world without nuclear weapons." Full Text» More»
- Ambassador Sung Kim's Travel
May 22: Special Representative for North Korea Policy Ambassador Sung Kim will travel to Seoul, the Republic of Korea and Beijing, China, May 25–29, for meetings with senior officials on North Korea policy. More»
- Trade Promotion Authority
Secretary Kerry (May 23): "I applaud senators from both parties who voted to promote and protect our interests both at home and abroad by passing the Trade Promotion Authority bill." Full Text»
- Eastern Partnership Summit
Deputy Spokesperson Harf (May 22): "We are committed to supporting further initiatives that promote democracy and good governance, strengthen energy security, fight corruption, and support economic and social development in Eastern Partnership countries." Full Text»
- U.S. Passport Information Available in Spanish
May 21: Spanish language information regarding the application for a United States passport is now available via a direct link from the Bureau of Consular Affairs’ website: www.Travel.State.Gov/Pasaporte. More»
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