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April 22, 2014Engel Opening Remarks at Media Availability in Ukraine
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April 11, 2014Engel Statement on Administration’s Decision to Deny Visa to Iran UN Ambassador Appointee
April 10, 2014Engel Statement on UNSC Vote Authorizing Peacekeeping Mission in Central African Republic
April 9, 2014Engel Opening Statement at Subcommittee Hearing “Advancing U.S. Interests in the Western Hemisphere: The FY 2015 Foreign Affairs Budget”
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April 9, 2014Engel Opening Statement at Full Committee Hearing “U.S. Foreign Assistance in FY 2015: What are the Priorities, How Effective?”
April 7, 2014Engel Statement on Developments in Eastern Ukraine
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Tuesday, July 03, 2012
Berman: “The reopening of the transit routes is important because it will help the United States and our allies conduct the planned draw down of troops in an expeditious and cost-effective manner.”
Valley Village, CA – Congressman Howard L. Berman, the top Democrat on the House Foreign Affairs Committee, made the following statement in response to Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s announcement today about the reopening of NATO transit routes through Pakistan:
“I welcome the reopening of the NATO transit routes through Pakistan, which are critical to supplying our troops in Afghanistan.
“The reopening of the transit routes is important because it will help the United States and our allies conduct the planned drawdown of troops in an expeditious and cost-effective manner.
“I hope this is a first step, and one on which we are able to build upon, in working with Pakistan to help establish a more stable, peaceful, and prosperous South Asia.”