OPCW Report Chemical Weapons Used In Ltamenah By Syria

United states OPCW Report

OPCW Report Chemical Weapons Used By Syrian Air Force

The Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW) issued a report On April 8, 2020, in which disclaimer of chemical weapons were used by the Assad regime. The Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons Investigation and Identification Team (IIT) concluded that there are reasonable grounds to believe that the Syrian Arab Air Force dropped siren-containing air bombs in Latamena on 24 and 30 March 2017 and sealed a cylinder On March 25, 2017, the hospital confirmed the rule of use of chemical weapons and disregard for human life. By summer, the Assad regime is responsible for innumerable atrocities, level of war crimes and crimes against humanity. Since the conflict began, more than half a million Syrians have been killed and eleven million people half of Syria's pre war population have been displaced. The regime has arbitrarily detained more than 100,000 people, many of whom tortured and killed. the Assad regime maintained its grip on power Since then, chemical weapons attacks have been used repeatedly every year. The Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons-United Nations Joint Investigative Mechanism previously confirmed that the Assad regime had used chemical weapons on several occasions, and now, the investigation and detection team report is that, The Assad regime uses chemical weapons attacks in Syria as part of a deliberate campaign of violence against the Syrian people. United States of America shares the organization to the conclusion of the chemical prohibition and evaluates that the Syrian regime maintains sufficient chemicals particularly sarin and chlorine, and the use of. sarin in its traditional chemical weapons program, chlorine also used in the chemical weapons program for production and deployment, and to develop new chemical weapons. The Syrian Army has a wide variety of chemically capable ammunitions including grenades, aerial bombs, and improvised ammunitions, that can be used at least without warning. The United States condemned the use of chemical weapons reported by the Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons Investigation and Identification Team and demanded that the Syrian Arab Republic immediately stop all its chemical weapons development programs, stockpiling and use of chemical weapons. thorough investigation and expert work for the organization of Prohibition, which has again demonstrated that Syria efforts are unbiased and professional. The amount of disinfection of any kind from Assad's bosses in Russia and Iran cannot hide the fact that the Assad regime is responsible for many chemical armed attacks. United states urge other nations to join our efforts to promote accountability for the Syrian regime and uphold international norms against the use of chemical weapons. Uncontrolled use of chemical weapons by any state which is unacceptable security threat to all states.

United States Global COVID -19 Foreign Assistance Continuing

United States Global COVID -19 Assistance

United States COVID -19 Foreign Assistance

The United States continues to lead the world's public health and humanitarian response to the Coronavirus COVID-19 epidemic. United States with $ 225 million in health, humanitarian and economic aid to further boost worldwide response efforts to Coronavirus COVID -19. It generates over $ 140 billion in total US health aid provided globally over the past 20 years. The United States is the undisputed leader in the provision of health and humanitarian worldwide. Our COVID-19 assistance helps reduce the transmission of coronaviruses through diagnosis, prevention and control of infections in healthcare facilities, ready emergency health systems To improve labs, train health care workers and more To focus on. To better protect Americans at home from additional Coronavirus outbreaks and transmission across our borders to reduce further impact to Americans abroad. Through decades of American global leadership in health and humanitarian aid, we know that smart and strategic investments have proved critical to protecting the homeland. As history proves, we can fight pandemics at home and help other countries to stop spread them abroad. Most importantly, the United States helps our allies away from the American people abroad without supplying effective aid Is able to provide. We will keep all important medical items in the United States until demand is met at home. Teams in the US government - not only the State Department, but the United States International Development Agency (USAID), Department of Health and Human Services , Disease Control and Prevention, American Development Finance Corporation, and more. - Our partners and programs in the G7 and other multilateral institutions are working together to prioritize countries where aid is most needed, and will have the greatest impact. Not just providing aid through the US government. Together, Americans have donated more than $ 1.5 billion to populations affected by the covid-19 epidemic worldwide through private businesses, nonprofit groups and faith-based organizations. And we know that united states as the world's greatest humanists will continue to do so in the coming weeks and months.

World Health Day United States President Message

World Health Day U.S. President Message

United States President Message On World Health Day

Public health plays an important role in building a strong, prosperous society worldwide. Today, United States and the entire world continue to face the challenges posed by the coronavirus COVID_19 epidemic, we are willing to do our part to prevent the spread of this Coronavirus virus, care for the sick, and protect health and well-being. Confirm the commitment to our fellow Americans. We should follow the Coronavirus COVID-19 Pandemic Guidelines by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to protect ourselves, our families, and our communities from coronaviruses. These guidelines include important steps we can take to slow down the spread of coronavirus, such as practicing social distances, avoiding discretionary travel, following the instructions of our state and local authorities, including bars, restaurants, gyms, and Others temporary closure of general gathering places, and voluntarily covering the face by clothes or masks when out in public. if you are showing common symptoms and feeling ill, stay home and contact your medical provider to discuss the diagnosis of your symptoms and the next steps of treatment. Additionally, older Americans and those who have severe underlying health conditions or other risk factors should take extra precautions to reduce the risk of contracting the coronary virus. By following these recommendations, as well as practicing good hygiene and hygiene habits, we are all helping to win the battle against this invisible Coronavirus COVID-19 enemy. The coronovirus epidemic has brought profound hardships on our society, but the American people have much more strength, flexibility, and compassion. Each day, we are seeing the brilliant ways in which the men and women of our great nation are helping others. One particularly important way to continue to donate healthy American blood can assist in meeting an important need brought by this epidemic. The American Red Cross is currently experiencing severe blood loss. If you are in good health and meet eligibility requirements, the blood donation process is safe, and the need for your donation is greater than ever. additional ways in which you can help those affected by coronavirus outbreaks. The United States will defeat this invisible Coronavirus enemy. On this World Health Day, we have to pay tribute to all our doctors, nurses, healthcare administrators, researchers, scientists, teachers, public health officials and all the extraordinary men and women who helped in diagnosis. we will emerge stronger, healthier, and more united than ever before from this challenge.

The P3 Impact Award Deadline Extended In United States

P3 Impact Award United States

The P3 Impact Award Deadline Extended In US

In the United States Department of Global Partnership (GP), Concordia University of Virginia and Dorden School of Business has extended the application deadline for the seventh annual P3 Impact Award until April 27, 2020. The P3 Impact Award was created in 2014 by three partners to identify and honor public-private partnership best practices that are improving communities in the most effective way. The stakeholders of this year's finalists will receive the following: P3 Connacht to be held before Impact Award judges and a live audience of the prestigious industry, the government on September 20 to 22, 2020 Rdia attend the annual summit and tickets to attend the public. And civil society leaders; Promote each partnership's excellence in publicity and other media coverage, including social media campaigns; And a feature from the Darden School of Ideas to the Action website. Additionally, select early stage partnerships that do not advance as finalists will be invited to participate in the inaugural P3 Impact Awards Accelerator, a special partnership accelerator program called mentorship, expert guidance, exposure, and Designed to advance and support partnerships through networking. The winning partner for the2020 competition The announcement will be made at the 2020 Concordia Annual Summit. The stakeholders of the winning partnership will be recognized on the main stage at the Concord Annual Conference, with other finalists receiving the same benefits; One year of Concordia patron membership; Scholarship to attend a week-long executive education course at the University of Virginia Durden Business School; And an opportunity to be subject to a case study published by Darden Business Publishing. The applications will be reviewed based on the measurable impact of the partnership, economic and social benefits, financial effectiveness, innovation and scalability by an independent panel of judges. The judges will review applications  Five finalists will then be selected in July. Full criteria and application instructions can be found.

US State Department Designated Russian Imperial Movement As Terrorist

US State Department Designated

US Department Of State Blame Russian Imperial Movement As Global Terrorist

The United States Department of State Blame global terrorist, on the members of the Russian Imperial Movement (RIM), and its leadership.  for the first time in history. the US State department has blame as a white supremacist terrorist group. United States President Trump has said our nation must condemn racism, bigotry and white supremacy. we are adding the powerful authority placed by the State Department to counter that voice to the terrorists. According to Executive Order 13886 to RIM and its leaders Stanislav Anatolyyevich Vorobyev, Denis Valiulovich Gariayev, and Nikolay Nikolayevich Trushachlov Nominee, which amends Executive Order 13886 to provide training for acts of terrorism , Which is a threat to national security and the foreign policy of the United States. And these terrorists provide training to carry out attacks. all of their property and interests that are in the United States, have been blocked, and American individuals have ban from joining. RIM is responsible for  paramilitary training to white supremacists and neo-Nazis in Europe and actively works to turn such groups into a common front against their perceived enemies. RIM has two training facilities in St. Petersburg, which are being used for training in woodland and urban attack, tactical weapons and hand-to-hand combat. RIM all administration is in the hands of its founder and overall leader Vorobyev Gariyav, the heads of RIM's paramilitary force, heads the imperial army. Two Swedish people attended RIM's training course; he carried out several bombings targeting a refugee shelter, shelter for asylum seekers and a cafe in Gothenburg, The designations of terrorists,

United States International Use Of Outer Space Resources

United States International Outer Space

United States Support For Use Of Outer Space Resources

The Executive Order to encourage international support for the recovery and use of space resources, by the United States  Commercial Space Launch Competitiveness Act, hereby ordered as follows, Space Policy Directive-1, United States  Manned Space Exploration Program of December 11, 2017 Resume, provides the United States headed by A. Commercial partners to participate in an innovative and sustainable program, will lead man's return to the moon for long-term exploration and use pursued by manned missions to Mars and other destinations. Successful long-term discovery and scientific discovery of the Moon, Mars, and other celestial bodies will require partnerships with commercial entities to recover and use resources, including water and some minerals, in outdoor locations. To use space resources rights, including expansion of commercial recovery rights and utilization of lunar resources , However, has discouraged some commercial entities to participate in this venture. Questions related to the 1979 agreement governing the activities of states on the moon and other celestial bodies the "Moon Agreement" establish a legal framework for nation states, deepening this uncertainty regarding the recovery and use of space resources, especially because the United states have neither signed nor ratified the United States Moon Agreement. In fact, only 18 countries have ratified the Moon Agreement, including only 17 of the 95 member states of the United Nations Committee, members of the United Nations Committee want to Peaceful Use of Outer Space. In addition, the differences between the Moon Agreement and the 1967 Treaty on the principles governing the movements of states in the exploration and use of outer space, including the Moon and other celestial bodies, include the United States and 108 other countries - It also contributes to uncertainty. the right to recover and use outer space resources. Americans must have the right to engage in commercial exploration, retrieval and use of resources in outer space, consistent with applicable law. The outdoor space is a legally and physically unique domain of human activity, and the United States does not see it as a global commons. According to this, it would be United States policy to encourage international support for public and private recovery and use of resources in outer space.