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Human Rights Day (December 10)

Human Rights Day (December 10) Michael R. Pompeo  Secretary of State Washington, DC December 10, 2018 Seventy years ago, the UN General Assembly adopted the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. Emerging from a world war that shocked humanity with its cruelty, the sovereign nations of the world united to specify those rights that are inherent ...
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Launching Ceremony at the San Diego State University-Georgia Career Development Center (December 7)

Launching Ceremony at the San Diego State University-Georgia Career Development Center (December 7) On December 7, Chargé Wilson spoke at a ceremony launching the San Diego State University-Georgia Career Development Center.  He also announced the awarding of several new academic scholarships supported by the U.S. Embassy.  In his comments, the Chargé acknowledged the importance of ...
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US European Command’s Overseas Humanitarian Disaster Assistance and Civic Aid Project Development Workshop (December 3-7)

US European Command’s (USEUCOM) Overseas Humanitarian Disaster Assistance and Civic Aid (OHDACA) Project Development Workshop Conducted in Batumi, Adjara Autonomous Republic (December 3-7)   The Tbilisi Office of Defense Cooperation (ODC) hosted US European Command’s (USEUCOM) Overseas Humanitarian Disaster Assistance and Civic Aid (OHDACA) Project Development Workshop in Batumi, Adjara Autonomous Republic December 3-7, 2018.  ...
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International Anticorruption Day (December 7)

International Anticorruption Day (December 7) Michael R. Pompeo  Secretary of State Washington, DC December 7, 2018 Corruption facilitates transnational crime, fuels terrorism, obstructs economic growth and development, weakens the rule of law, and undermines democracy. Ultimately, it endangers our national security. That is why, as we look ahead to International Anticorruption Day on December 9, ...
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