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May 7, 2021

UN Security Council Open Debate on Multilateralism

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    U.S.-Europe Communiqué on the Afghan Peace Process

    Respectful of the sovereignty, independence and territorial integrity of Afghanistan, participants exchanged views on the current status of the Afghanistan peace process and discussed ways to support the Afghan people’s desire for a just and lasting peace.

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    Restoring Taiwan’s Appropriate Place at the World Health Assembly

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    34th U.S.-ASEAN Dialogue

    Ambassador Keshap reiterated ASEAN’s role as a key partner and stressed that the U.S. stands resolutely with our friends in Southeast Asia to promote respect for human rights, the rule of law, and good governance.

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