Secretary of State Antony J. Blinken spoke with Guatemalan Foreign Minister Pedro Brolo today. Secretary Blinken noted that the United States values our partnership with Guatemala and we are closely following the recent challenges to anti-corruption efforts in Guatemala. The U.S. government continues to work closely with the Public Ministry and the Special Prosecutor’s Office Against Impunity (FECI) to support anti-corruption efforts. The Secretary expressed deep concern about any efforts to abolish anti-corruption offices, such as FECI, and relayed that the preservation of independent institutions that fight corruption and impunity is fundamental to addressing challenges to security, prosperity, and governance in Guatemala.
Washington, DC (STL.News) Secretary of State Antony J. Blinken released the following statement: Since the military coup last month, the people of Burma have voiced their aspirations for a return to democratic governance, peace, and rule of law. […]
Washington, DC (STL.News) The US Department of State released the following statement: Acting Assistant Secretary of State for Consular Affairs Ian Brownlee will travel July 19-23 to Tucson, Arizona, El Paso, Texas, and Nogales and Ciudad Juárez, Mexico. […]
SEC Directs Equity Exchanges and Financial Industry Regulatory Authority to Improve Governance of Market Data Plans Washington DC (STL.News) The Securities and Exchange Commission today issued an order directing the equity exchanges and the Financial […]