he United States strongly condemns the recent detention of 2015 National Assembly representative Freddy Guevara and the harassment of interim President Juan Guaidó in Venezuela.
USAID Administrator Samantha Power stressed that the United States is committed to finding new and effective ways to generate hope in El Salvador.
President Joe Biden expressed solidarity with the Cuban people “demanding their freedom from an authoritarian regime,” and called on the Havana government “to refrain from violence or attempts to silence the voice of the people of Cuba.”
The United States strongly condemns the assassination of Haitian President Jovenel Moïse and the attack on First Lady Martine Moïse.
The United States has imposed sanctions on four members of the Ortega-Murillo regime in Nicaragua, as a wave of repression and intimidation in the country reaches new heights.
United States announced 407 million dollars in new humanitarian assistance to Venezuelans suffering as a result of the economic crisis caused by the Maduro Regime.
The overwhelming majority of Organization of American States member countries voted to support the Nicaraguan people and their fight for free and fair elections, respect for human rights, and accountability.
President Joe Biden and leaders from the group of democracies known as G7 declared their commitment to tackle forced labor in global supply chains, ransomware threats, and corruption.
On July 4, the United States celebrates the 245th anniversary of its birth as a nation.
Birds, particularly long-distance migratory birds, are in trouble. Over the past 50 years, their numbers have been plummeting.
The Memorandum directed senior government officials to develop a whole-of government strategy to take on this scourge.