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December 2, 2022

President Biden and President Macron of France at State Dinner

The visit underscores deep and enduring relationship between the U.S. and France, our oldest ally.


In Other News

  • December 1, 2022

    Targeting Hizballah Financial and Weapon Facilitators

    The United States is designating two individuals and two companies based in Lebanon for providing financial services to Hizballah, along with an individual facilitating weapons procurement for Hizballah.
  • December 1, 2022

    34th Commemoration of World AIDS Day

    World AIDS Day reminds us that HIV/AIDS continues to pose a threat to global health and global health security. With 650,000 people having lost their lives to AIDS-related illnesses last year, the United States remains committed to end the HIV/AIDS pandemic.
  • December 1, 2022

    U.S.-Mexico Bilateral Executive Steering Committee of the 21st Century Border Management Process

    High-level representatives from the U.S. and Mexican Governments met in Mexico City on December 1 for 14th Plenary Meeting of the 21st Century Border Management Process (21CB) Executive Steering Committee to continue bilateral collaboration on issues affecting our shared borders.

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