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Morgan Ortagus
Morgan Ortagus serves as the Spokesperson under the leadership of the 70th Secretary of State .
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Morgan Ortagus 5h
The U.S. and international community stand with the Venezuelan people in continuing to pressure the illegitimate Maduro regime to accept a genuine democratic transition. The 's sanctions are another important step in achieving free and fair elections.
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The CCP routinely violates its own people’s human rights. Tens of thousands of political prisoners languish in Chinese jails for exercising fundamental freedoms – with no transparency or due process. Why doesn’t the UN Human Rights Council take action?
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US Mission to ASEAN Jul 1
. Deputy Secretary Eric Hargan joined U.S. companies for a virtual panel on the vital role of the private sector in helping Southeast Asia recover from the pandemic.
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Under Secretary Keith Krach Jul 1
.: We welcome India's ban on certain mobile apps that can serve as appendages of the CCP's surveillance state. India's "Clean App" approach will boost India's sovereignty. It'll also boost India's integrity & national security as the Indian government itself has stated.
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Morgan Ortagus Jul 1
The Hagia Sophia is one of the most beautiful sites I have ever seen. The Government of Turkey has administered it as a museum for nearly a century and a change in its status would diminish its legacy and ability to bridge between traditions and cultures.
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Morgan Ortagus Jul 1
Great news on entry into force of the ! This landmark agreement will be a new engine for growth and prosperity to ensure North America remains the most economically dynamic region in the world.
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Morgan Ortagus Jul 1
Today, the , along with , and , is issuing a business advisory to caution businesses about the risks of supply chain links to human rights abuses, including forced labor, in Xinjiang and elsewhere in China.
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Morgan Ortagus Jul 1
The Iranian regime cannot be trusted to act like a normal nation without restrictions. made it clear to the UN Security Council: The long-suffering Iranian people and the rest of the world need the arms embargo to be renewed to ensure peace and stability.
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Morgan Ortagus Jun 30
Replying to @statedeptspox
Our visa restrictions on PRC officials responsible for undermining Hong Kong’s autonomy will target those behind this legislation.
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Morgan Ortagus Jun 30
The Chinese Communist Party’s paranoia and fear of the will and aspirations of its own people has crushed Hong Kong, now treating it as “One Country, One System”.
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Morgan Ortagus Jun 30
. joined Central Asian foreign ministers today at a C5+1 High-Level Dialogue to discuss regional efforts to achieve peace and stability in Afghanistan, improve economic connectivity, and ensure food security in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic.
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State_SCA Jun 30
We extend our deepest condolences to former President of the Kyrgyz Republic Roza Otunbayeva, Ambassador to the U.S. Bolot Otunbaev, and their entire family on the passing of their mother Saliyka Daniyarova. We honor her wisdom and strength as a devoted mother and teacher.
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Morgan Ortagus Jun 30
. Thailand is one of the longest-running U.S. cultural exchange programs. This flagship program has promoted international good will & stronger bonds of understanding between our people. On behalf of all of us , Happy 70th Anniversary Fulbright Thailand!
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Morgan Ortagus Jun 30
Sadly, the Assad regime has failed in its responsibility to provide for the basic needs of the Syrian people. The United States and our international partners are filling these critical needs with $696 million in additional life-saving assistance for Syrians who need it most.
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Morgan Ortagus Jun 30
Today's announcement of additional humanitarian assistance for the Syrian people brings the total U.S. humanitarian response to over $11.3 billion since the Syria crisis began & reaffirms our support for unimpeded humanitarian access to all people in need.
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Under Secretary Keith Krach Jun 29
Citizens around the world are waking to the danger of the Chinese Communist Party's surveillance state. That's why many governments are only allowing trusted vendors in their networks.
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Morgan Ortagus Jun 29
The U.S. calls on the Chinese Communist Party to keep its promise to the UK and the people of Hong Kong, and to protect the rights and freedoms that have allowed Hong Kong to flourish.
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Morgan Ortagus Jun 29
Today, we are ending exports of U.S. defense and dual-use tech to Hong Kong. We can’t risk these items falling into the hands of the People’s Liberation Army, whose purpose is to uphold the dictatorship of the CCP by any means necessary.
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Morgan Ortagus Jun 29
New reports on the use of forced abortions and sterilization in Xinjiang are reminiscent of the abuses against members of ethnic and religious minority groups throughout the 20th century. The U.S. will not stop sounding the alarm on CCP human rights abuses.
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Morgan Ortagus Jun 29
Great talk between and Bangladeshi Foreign Minister Momen today. We're glad to have partners like Bangladesh, who play a critical role in the international COVID-19 response by manufacturing emergency medical and protective supplies.
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