It was a pleasure to celebrate 200 years of U.S.-Colombian diplomatic relations with Ambassador Pinzón today. We discussed our efforts to help Venezuela return to democracy and economic prosperity and our shared support forin its fight for freedom.
Pleased the Senate last night confirmed Bridget Brink to serve as U.S. ambassador to. She is well qualified for this important role.
As we return the Embassy to Kyiv, it’s vitally important we have an ambassador there working with Ukrainian leaders and representing our American interests.
TODAY, I sent a letter to
This sudden & significant spending must be backed up by an informed plan for success.
America stands firmly with our NATO allies in our support for the people of.
Great to see that ourteam from has reestablished our diplomatic presence in . Thank you to the brave men and women from the who represent us abroad.
Tonight, I spoke on the Senate floor for the 12th consecutive session week to discuss the brutal Russian invasion of. I am pleased that the supplemental funding bill ensures a smooth resumption of our diplomatic presence in the capital of Kyiv.
The Senate should not adjourn until this supplemental package is passed and on its way to the president’s desk so we can give the Ukrainians the resources they need to win this war.
I also spoke about the importance of voting to approve Finland and Sweden asmembers as swiftly as possible. It is imperative to illustrate that freedom-loving countries are not going to stand idly by and be intimidated.
There is much more to be done and the U.S. and our allies must not let up in our support forat this critical time.
By designating Russia as a state sponsor of terrorism, the U.S. would be able to impose more costs on Russia and further aidin the ongoing war. Pleased to join in introducing this bipartisan resolution. ⬇️
Cited source — house.gov
"to go dark in as exits after 30 + years." The corporate exodus will persist so long as Russia continues perpetrating atrocities in or anywhere else it chooses.
Cited source — reuters.com
We must not let up in our support for. At a critical time on the battlefield, the Senate must act immediately this week to approve funding for military, economic and humanitarian aid to help Ukraine defeat this brutal invasion.