Apr. 19: Did you miss key foreign policy developments this week? Each week, DipNote recaps the latest U.S. Department of State highlights spanning a wide range of global issues, events, and initiatives. DipNote»

Secretary Pompeo (Apr. 19) (Twitter): "The U.S.-Japan Alliance is ironclad, strengthened and adapted over time to defend our freedoms and shared values. From the final, fully verified denuclearization of North Korea to preserving a free and open Indo-Pacific, our partnership will continue to meet every challenge." Full Remarks at Joint Press Availability»

Secretary Pompeo (Apr. 17): "Effective May 2, under Title III of the LIBERTAD Act, U.S. citizens will be able to bring lawsuits against persons trafficking in property that was confiscated by the Cuban regime. After more than 22 years of delays, Americans will finally have a chance at justice." Full Text»

Department Press Briefing

April 11, 2019

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Terrorist Attacks in Sri Lanka

Secretary Pompeo (Apr. 21): "The U.S. condemns in the strongest terms the terror attacks in Sri Lanka on Easter morning. Attacks on innocent people gathering in a place of worship or enjoying a holiday meal are affronts to the universal values and freedoms that we hold dear, and demonstrate yet again the brutal nature of radical terrorists whose sole aim is to threaten peace and security." Full Text»


Additional Financial Sanctions Against Nicaragua

Apr. 17: Today's sanctions against Laureano Ortega and Bancorp in Nicaragua affirm the U.S. commitment to support the Nicaraguan people in their quest for freedom and hold accountable the Ortega regime for its corruption and human rights violations. More»

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