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The United States Department of State, or State Department, is an executive department of the U.S. federal government responsible for the nation's foreign policy and international relations.
Blinken to meet PM Modi, Jaishankar during India visit, discuss shared regional security interests
US Secretary of State Antony Blinken will meet Prime Minister Narendra Modi and External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar during his India visit next week to discuss a wide range of issues including Indo-Pacific engagement and shared regional security i ...
US, South Korea, Japan emphasize importance of Taiwan Strait peace
Amid China's aggressive behaviour in the Indo-Pacific region, the United States, South Korea and Japan have said that they oppose any unilateral attempts to change the status quo in the East China Sea and emphasized the importance of preserving peace ...
US, Afghanistan, Uzbekistan, Pak announce new Quad group for Afghan peace process
The United States, Afghanistan, Pakistan and Uzbekistan will create a new quadrilateral diplomatic group to promote the Afghan peace process, stability and trade in the region, informed the US State Department said on Friday. ...
US urges all parties in Afghan conflict to reach negotiated political settlement
Arguing that "peaceful and stable" Afghanistan is in the interest of all of its neighbouring countries in the region, the United States on Thursday urged all parties involved in the Afghan conflict to reach a negotiated political settlement and a per ...
US calls on Cuban leaders to demonstrate restraint, respect voice of the people
The US on Tuesday (local time) urged the Cuban leaders to demonstrate restraint and respect the voice of people amid rising violence in the country over lack of freedom and worsening economic conditions. ...
US warns firms operating in Xinjiang at 'high risk' of violating forced labour laws
US State Department and five other federal agencies issued an updated advisory on Tuesday, warning that businesses with supply chains and investments in China's Xinjiang region pose a "high risk" of violating US laws on forced labour. ...
US imposes visa restrictions on 100 Nicaraguans
Washington, July 13 The US State Department has imposed visa restrictions on 100 members of the Nicaraguan National ... ...
US envoy Khalilzad travels to Asia, Middle East to pursue Afghan peace deal
US Special Representative for Afghanistan Reconciliation Ambassador Zalmay Khalilzad departed for travel to South and Central Asia as well as the Middle East on July 9, the US State Department said on Saturday. ...
Taliban, Afghan delegates in Iran agree on need of political solution to end war
The Taliban delegation and the Afghan government agreed during the meeting in Iran that the decades-long war in Afghanistan must end and that "a peaceful solution should be sought," between the two sides. ...
US adds Pakistan, Turkey to Child Soldiers Prevention Act list
Islamabad, July 2 In a move that could attract serious sanctions on Pakistan and Turkey and would certainly ... ...