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‪It was a great night of fun and friends welcoming Colombian Ambassador Fernández de Soto and his wife Lina to New York! ‬
Ambassador Haley: "The world must know that America will remain steadfast in our support of Israel, its people, and its security. That is an unshakeable bond between our two peoples. And it is that bond–more than anything else–that makes peace possible." -Ambassador Haley
We’ve met with leaders from around the globe to deal with many complex issues and to work toward finding solutions.
‪No matter where we go in the world we always make sure to meet with‬ women and girls. Not only are they open about identifying the challenges they face on the ground, but they also want to be a part of‬ creating the solutions that will improve their lives and those of‬ their families.‬
Today we spoke some hard truths. We can’t talk about peace in the Middle East until we can agree on a basic condemnation of Hamas and its terrorism. The UN had a chance to do that today, and it failed. ‬
He had many titles—pilot, husband, father, friend—but we’ll always remember him as the 10th U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations and our 41st President. We’ll miss you, President Bush. #Remembering41
It was an honor to receive the Hudson Institute’s 2018 Global Leadership Award. Thank you for your commitment to security, prosperity, and freedom around the world.
“The United States will continue to stand with the people of Ukraine against this Russian aggression.”
Our administration long ago came to the conclusion that much more needed to be done if there was to be any chance to prod the Iranian government into the community of peaceful, law-abiding nations.
Looking forward to Charlotte!
It was an honor to receive the Woman of Valor award from the Independent Women’s Forum. Thank you for promoting freedom and opportunity for all women.
The American people believe in peace, security & human rights in the UN Charter. But this work—no matter how worthy its goals—cannot continue long-term when it takes its most generous donors for granted. See our full thoughts on multilateralism: https://usun.state.gov/highlights/8739 (clickable link in profile)