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Promoting Accountability for War Crimes and Other Atrocities in Ukraine

MEDIA NOTE OFFICE OF THE SPOKESPERSON MAY 17, 2022 The U.S. Department of State is announcing the launch of a new Conflict Observatory to capture, analyze, and make widely available evidence of Russia-perpetrated war crimes and other atrocities in Ukraine.  The program encompasses the documentation, verification, and dissemination of open-source evidence regarding the actions of ...
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Message to U.S. Citizens: U.S. Embassy Moscow, Russia – Renew Your Passport Now (May 12, 2022)

Location:  Throughout Russia Do you know when your passport expires?  Russian immigration law is very strict and requires U.S. citizens living and traveling in Russia to maintain a valid U.S. passport.  As a reminder, Russian visas in an expired or canceled passport are not valid.  Due to Russian government-imposed staffing restrictions, the U.S. Embassy’s ability ...
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FACT SHEET: United States and G7 Partners Impose Severe Costs for Putin’s War Against Ukraine

MAY 08, 2022•STATEMENTS AND RELEASES President Biden and G7 Leaders Meet with President Zelenskyy to Continue our Efforts to Support Ukraine and Build on our Unprecedented Sanctions and Export Controls Today, President Biden and G7 Leaders met with President Zelenskyy of Ukraine to reinforce our shared commitment to strengthen Ukraine’s position on the battlefield and ...
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G7 Leaders’ Statement

MAY 08, 2022•STATEMENTS AND RELEASES Today, on 8 May, we, the Leaders of the Group of Seven (G7), alongside Ukraine and the wider global community, commemorate the end of the Second World War in Europe and the liberation from fascism and the National Socialist reign of terror, which caused immeasurable destruction, unspeakable horrors and human ...
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