“The United States is committed to ensuring Iran never acquires a nuclear weapon, and we believe diplomacy, in coordination with our allies and regional partners, is the best path to achieve that goal."
The United States is providing an additional $436 million in assistance to Syrians and the communities that host them. That brings the total U.S. humanitarian assistance to Syria to nearly $13.5 billion.
The State Department’s most recent Human Rights Report cites dozens of cases of media workers who have been harassed, attacked, and killed for their work.
Though ISIS lost the territory it once controlled and with it, its fraudulent caliphate, it is yet to be fully uprooted.
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.
Iran-based, Houthi financier Sa’id al-Jamal operates a network of front companies, intermediaries, and vessels that smuggle Iranian fuel and other commodities to customers willing to evade U.S. sanctions.
During a visit to Ramallah, Secretary Blinken announced that the United States is in the process of providing over $110 million in assistance to the Palestinian people, for a total of over $360 million in aid announced since March of this year.
The United States has designated two Houthi militia leaders linked to actions that are perpetuating the conflict in Yemen.
Iran and the International Atomic Energy Agency, the IAEA, have extended for one month a monitoring agreement over Iran’s nuclear sites that expired on May 21.
The Document’s emphasis on maintaining peace, stability, and constructive cooperation in the Arctic region dovetails with United States’ priorities in the Arctic, said Secretary of State Antony Blinken.
“We believe that Palestinians and Israelis equally deserve to live safely and securely; to enjoy equal measures of freedom, opportunity, and democracy; to be treated with dignity,” said Secretary Blinken.