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Oas Summit Implementation Review Group Peru Oct 6 2022
October 7, 2022

The United States’ Commitment to the People of the Americas

Secretary Blinken is in Peru to make progress on our region’s greatest challenges.


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  • October 6, 2022

    Los Angeles Declaration on Migration and Protection Lima Ministerial Meeting

    On October 6, representatives from among the twenty-one endorsing countries met in Lima, Peru, to advance the shared response to irregular migration and forced displacement throughout the Western Hemisphere.

  • October 6, 2022

    Designations of Burmese Targets to Promote Justice and Accountability

    The Burmese military regime has perpetrated violence against Burma’s people, killing thousands, displacing more than a million people, and detaining pro-democracy advocates, political opposition leaders, members of civil society, and journalists.

  • October 6, 2022

    Secretary Antony J. Blinken at OAS General Assembly First Plenary Session

    Citizens across our hemisphere are looking to their governments to help address these problems, to create the conditions, and give them the tools they need, to actually improve their lives.

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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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