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Ambassador Nikki Haley on the Resignation of UN Under-Secretary-General Rima Khalaf

New York City March 17, 2017   FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE When someone issues a false and defamatory report in the name of the UN, it is appropriate that the person resign. UN agencies must do a better job of eliminating false and biased work, and I applaud the Secretary-General’s decision to distance his good office ...
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Ambassador Nikki Haley Addresses the 61st Commission on the Status of Women

03/16/2017 “We want to make sure that our governments support girls and support women so that they always feel like they can show the power of their voice and also be free to act accordingly. We should encourage every country to support these basic rights, and we should help them in any way that we ...
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Statement by Ambassador Nikki Haley, U.S. Permanent Representative to the United Nations, on President Trump’s 2018 Budget Blueprint

New York City March 16, 2017   FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE “I have been working closely with the Secretary-General and members of the Security Council to reform the peacekeeping process and UN management‎. This was a promise made to the American people and a goal to restore trust and value at the UN. In many areas, ...
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Remarks at a UN Security Council Briefing on the Situation in the Central African Republic

Ambassador Michele J. Sison U.S. Deputy Representative to the United Nations U.S. Mission to the United Nations New York City March 16, 2017   AS DELIVERED Thank you, Mr. President. President Touadéra, thank you for briefing us this afternoon here in the Security Council, and thank you also for your tireless efforts to advance peace ...
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03/15/2017 “In the coming weeks, the Department of State will launch an open and competitive process to fund transformational projects to reduce the p

03/15/2017 “In the coming weeks, the Department of State will launch an open and competitive process to fund transformational projects to reduce the prevalence of modern slavery under a new initiative called the “Program to End Modern Slavery,” which was recently signed into law and thanks in large part to the tireless efforts of U.S. Senator Bob Corker. This initiative will seek to raise $1.5 billion to help countries break the trafficking rings and give support to survivors. The funding will come partly from the U.S. government, but unlike most assistance programs, the initiative will seek to raise most of its money from partners in foreign governments and in the private sector. That is important because ending modern slavery has to be a collective effort.” – Ambassador Nikki Haley
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