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With members like China, Cuba, the Democratic Republic of Congo, and Venezuela the Human Rights Council is not worth its name.
You can’t speak about Gaza without mentioning Hamas.
We can’t wait to join our friends Canada and Mexico welcoming fans from across the globe to the 2026 World Cup!!
We are excited to welcome our friend Ambassador Amayo of Kenya to New York. We look forward to strengthening our relationship and friendship while working together at the UN.
We said goodbye to our dear friend Ambassador Sebastiano Cardi. We will miss you in New York and wish you the best of luck in your new role back home in Italy!
Today, supported by the US, the UN Security Council took decisive action, sanctioning 6 individuals for human trafficking & smuggling in Libya, and sending the message that there is no place in our world for such abuses of human rights & dignity. https://go.usa.gov/xQsnS
Ambassador Haley hosted a reception in honor of Ambassador Pierre Prosper, the U.S. candidate for the UN Human Rights Committee. With a pristine record confronting our world’s most pressing civil and political rights issues, he will be an important voice on the Committee.
We condemn the continued violence by Nicaraguan government forces against protesters that has led to the death of more than 100, including a US citizen this past weekend. We echo @franciscus’s call for dialogue & respect for basic freedoms & the lives of all in #Nicaragua.
Today we welcomed signatories of the Kigali Principles, which ensure that every country that contributes to UN Peacekeeping supports the protection of civilians and greater troop standards and accountability. All must work to turn support for peacekeeping reform into action.
U.S. vetoes Kuwaiti resolution on Gaza which refused to include Hamas: “It is resolutions like this one that undermine the UN's credibility in dealing with the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.”
We remain deeply concerned about continued human rights violations by the government of Nicaragua and call for an immediate end to this violence. The United States stands with the Nicaraguan people.