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September 28, 2022

U.S.-Pacific Island Country Summit

The Summit reflects our broadening and deepening cooperation on key issues.


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  • September 27, 2022

    Opening of the Trial of Former Séléka Commander for Atrocity Crimes in the Central African Republic

    United States welcomes the opening of trial proceedings at the International Criminal Court (ICC) in the prosecution of Mahamat Said Abdel Kani, a former Séléka commander in the Central African Republic (CAR).

  • September 27, 2022

    United States Awards $3.9 Million to Establish a Sustained Dialogue on the Peaceful Uses of Nuclear Science and Technologies

    The Sustained Dialogue initiative will focus on promoting the applications of nuclear science and technology to increase food security, fight cancer, and tackle challenges from climate change.

  • September 27, 2022

    U.S. Support of ECOWAS Sanctions on Guinea

    United States commends the strong actions taken by the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) in defense of democracy in Guinea following its Extraordinary Summit on September 20 in New York City.

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Understanding Food Security

Food security is having enough safe and nutritious food to eat. Food insecurity can destabilize societies, increase hunger and malnutrition, drive migration and conflict, and cause severe economic dislocation.

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