Secretary of State Antony J. Blinken spoke yesterday with Colombian President Iván Duque. The Secretary expressed his appreciation for the multifaceted U.S.-Colombia partnership and pledged to continue our close security, rural development, and counternarcotics cooperation to support peace in Colombia. Secretary Blinken and President Duque discussed ways to renew our focus on issues including climate change, the protection of human rights, and the regional economic recovery from the pandemic. The Secretary and President Duque discussed their shared commitment to the restoration of democracy and rule of law in Venezuela and Colombia’s efforts to promote democracy throughout the region. Secretary Blinken conveyed his appreciation for President Duque’s government’s decision to grant temporary protected status to the more than 1.7 million Venezuelan migrants in Colombia.
Washington, DC (STL.News) The US Securities and Exchange Commission has filed an Administrative Proceeding (File No. 3-20034) against Zenergy Brands, Inc. for Order Making Findings and Revoking Registration of Securities pursuant to Section 12(j) of […]
US Department of State: Coordinator for Counterterrorism Ambassador Nathan A. Sales Travels to Lithuania
Washington, DC (STL.News) The US Department Of State released the following statement: Coordinator for Counterterrorism Ambassador Nathan A. Sales will travel to Lithuania Monday, September 21 for meetings with the Vice Minister of Foreign Affairs, Vice […]
Washington DC (STL.News) The Securities and Exchange Commission today announced that Marc Panucci, Deputy Chief Accountant, plans to leave the agency later this month. Since he was appointed Deputy Chief Accountant in 2016, Mr. Panucci […]