Secretary Pompeo (May 21): "The United States and Georgia continue to deepen our security relationship, including through cooperation on fighting global terrorism, stemming the flow of foreign fighters crossing Georgian territory and countering the smuggling of dangerous nuclear materials from the Soviet Union." Full Text»
Secretary Pompeo and Chinese State Councilor and Foreign Minister Wang Yi participate in a press availability, at the Department of State scheduled to start at approximately 2:50 p.m. EDT.
Secretary Pompeo (May 23): "Our workforce is the most important asset. Since becoming Secretary of State, now three weeks and a couple days ago, one of my highest priorities has been ensuring the finest diplomatic corps in the world is fully prepared and empowered to do its work in every corner. " Full Text» More»
Secretary Pompeo (May 21): "We'll continue to work with allies to counter the regime's destabilizing activities in the region, block their financing of terror, and address Iran's proliferation of missiles and other advanced weapons systems that threaten peace and stability. We will also ensure Iran has no path to a nuclear weapon -- not now, not ever." Full Text» Briefing» DipNote»
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May 22: During a briefing at the State Department, Secretary Pompeo provides an update on President Trump’s constructive bilateral meeting with Korea’s President Moon Jae-in at the White House and discusses his remarks on the President’s Iran strategy. More»
On May 22, the U.S.-Brazil Permanent Forum on Security was launched. This initiative is a result of consistent cooperation between the United States and Brazil on fighting transnational crime, and based upon the strengthening of collaboration of law enforcement and security agencies in both countries. More» Remarks»