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Ambassador Linda Thomas-Greenfield’s Interview with Xesco Reverter of TV3, Spain 

We are prepared for any contingency. So, we are prepared should the Russians make the decision to further invade Ukraine, but we’re also prepared to continue to have – to use diplomacy to discourage them from taking any actions, to de-escalate, and find a way forward where they are not going in.
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Ambassador Linda Thomas-Greenfield’s Interview with Dumitru Misin of Jurnal TV, Moldova

What we would hope would happen is that the Russians will respond to our efforts to find a diplomatic solution and de-escalate the situation along the border and not move us into the crisis that we are all planning for and expecting. If that does not happen, what you can expect is that if the ...
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Remarks by Ambassador Linda Thomas-Greenfield at a UN General Assembly Briefing on the Secretary-General’s 2022 Priorities

We must work together to make the right investments – ones which adhere to internationally accepted standards, build local capacity, prevent corruption, and improve local resilience against climate change and disasters. Which leads me to the existential threat of climate change.
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Ambassador Linda Thomas-Greenfield’s InSTEP Discussion with Myron Brilliant of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce

It’s why I have engaged with members of the Security Council on – and other member states – on a daily basis to brief them on the situation and to get their buy-in and unity in dealing with Russia on this situation. I have engaged with the Russian PR as well as the Chinese PR ...
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Explanation of Vote at a General Assembly Plenary Meeting on Agenda Item 109

The United States shares the frustration and disappointment expressed by many delegations today that the pandemic has yet again stymied our efforts to move forward in this process. We were prepared for the meeting this week, as scheduled, and would have considered a variety of formats acceptable to hold it on time. We did not ...
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