“Macedonia is a country ready to create the bonds that will unite generations from the past with the Macedonia of the future."
The United States stands with the people of Ukraine in their search for justice, human dignity, security, a return to economic health, and for the European future they have chosen and they deserve.
U.S. Assistant Secretary of State for European and Eurasian Affairs Victoria Nuland recently visited Georgia, where she congratulated the country on “very good elections and a peaceful transfer of power.”
The United States called to account governments who fail to protect, and in too many places, violate and abuse, the fundamental freedoms and human rights of their citizens.
“The United States congratulates Georgia and Moldova on their historic initialing of Association Agreements and Deep and Comprehensive Free Trade Agreements."
2014 will be a pivotal year for the NATO alliance and for the transatlantic relationship.
Over the last ten years, American families have opened their hearts and homes to more than 200,000 children from other countries.
Georgia inaugurated a new president on November 17, 44-year-old philosopher and former university rector Giorgi Margvelashvili.
On November 3rd, Kosovo held an important municipal election, in which people from all of Kosovo’s communities, throughout the country, participated.
The United Nations Security Council extended the mandate of the European peacekeepers.
Tadeusz Mazowiecki, author and journalist, human rights activist, Solidarity Movement leader, and Poland’s first post-Communist Prime Minister, died in Warsaw on October 28th.
Four years ago, during a speech in Prague, President Barack Obama affirmed that the peace and security of a world without nuclear weapons is a long-term goal requiring persistence and patience.