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Remarks at a UN Security Council Debate on the Situation in Bosnia and Herzegovina

Ambassador Michele J. Sison U.S. Deputy Permanent Representative to the United Nations U.S. Mission to the United Nations New York City May 18, 2017   AS DELIVERED Thank you, Mr. President, and thank you, High Representative Inzko, for your update on Bosnia and Herzegovina. The Office of the High Representative has played an essential role ...
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Ambassador Nikki Haley Meets with Australia’s Minister for Foreign Affairs Julie Bishop

Ambassador Nikki Haley U.S. Permanent Representative to the United Nations U.S. Mission to the United Nations New York City May 18, 2017   FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Ambassador Nikki Haley met this afternoon with Julie Bishop, the Minister for Foreign Affairs of Australia. They hailed the strong partnership between the United States and Australia at the ...
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Ambassador Nikki Haley Requests UN Security Council Meeting on Venezuela

New York City May 17, 2017   At the request of the United States, the UN Security Council will meet this afternoon at 12:30 PM on the situation in Venezuela. This will be a closed, informal meeting of the Council. Below is a quote attributable to Ambassador Nikki Haley: “In Venezuela, we are on the ...
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Remarks at a UN Security Council Briefing on UNMIK

Ambassador Michele J. Sison U.S. Deputy Permanent Representative to the United Nations U.S. Mission to the United Nations New York City May 16, 2017   AS DELIVERED Thank you, Mr. President, and thank you, Special Representative Tanin, for today’s update on UNMIK’s activities. We appreciate the UN’s efforts over 18 years to help Kosovo build ...
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Remarks at a Joint Press Availability Before UN Security Council Consultations on DPRK

Ambassador Nikki Haley U.S. Permanent Representative to the United Nations U.S. Mission to the United Nations New York City May 16, 2017   AS DELIVERED Good afternoon, everyone. We wanted to call this press conference because, obviously, the United States, along with Japan and South Korea, are extremely concerned about what is coming out of ...
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