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Date: 06/26/2018 Description: JORGAN ANDREWS, ACTING DEPUTY ASSISTANT SECRETARY FOR EUROPEAN AND EURASIAN AFFAIRS - State Dept Image
U.S. Goals and Expectations for the Ukraine Reform Conference in Denmark

6/26: : A/DAS Jorgan Andrews shares U.S. goals and expectations for the June 27 2018 Ukraine Reform Conference in Copenhagen. This conference built on the success of the first Ukraine Reform Conference hosted in London last year. Foreign Ministers from EU, NATO and G7 countries as well as high-level representatives from international organizations attended. The conference promotes transformational reforms in Ukraine. Deputy Secretary of State John Sullivan led the U.S. delegation.

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6/14: The goal of the Investment Summit is to promote the United States as a premier investment destination and connects qualified foreign firms with U.S. economic development organizations to facilitate business investment and job creation. Under Secretary Kaplan briefed on how the Department of Commence aims to achieve this goal. Full Text» Video»

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6/13: John Zogby is a renowned public opinion pollster, author, and public speaker, and founder of John Zogby Strategies. He provided an analysis of the first round of primaries that have taken place, which are the battleground states, and what kind of impact this could have on the U.S. Congress Full Text» Video»

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5/29: U.S. Department of State Ambassador-at-Large Samuel Brownback briefing at the FPC on the 2017 Annual Report on International Religious Freedom. Full Text» Video»

Date: 01/22/2018 Description: Great Seal of the United States. - State Dept Image

Senior Administration Official (May 9): "I think the President’s belief – quite rightly – is that by imposing broader economic pressure we will recouple the financial consequences to Iran’s behavior that were perhaps artificially decoupled by the JCPOA." Full Text»


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