U.S. Mission to the United Nations

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U.S. Mission to the United Nations

The equivalent of an embassy from the United States to the United Nations. It promotes U.S. interests before the UN and, like the missions of four other countries, has veto power over Security Council resolutions. Because the U.S. is a founding member of the UN, the mission has existed since 1947.
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The spokesperson for the US mission to the UN, Max Gleischman, said that UNAMID still has important role to play in protecting civilians.
Any future decisions about the nature of that relationship (with the Waldorf Astoria) would need to factor in costs, the company's plans for the facility, the needs of the United States government and the US Mission to the UN, and any possible security concerns.
Permanent Representative to the United Nations," read a written statement released by the US Mission to the UN on Wednesday.
In 1999 President Clinton appointed and the US Senate confirmed Lambert to Rome as FAS Counselor to the US Mission to the UN Agencies.
UNITED NATIONS, May 13 (KUNA) -- Iran's upcoming rotation as President of the Conference on Disarmament (CD) in Geneva is "unfortunate and highly inappropriate," Erin Pelton, spokesperson for the US Mission to the UN, said in a statement.
David Kennedy, spokesman for the US mission to the UN in Geneva, said that the US is "deeply concerned by the extent of the abuses being perpetrated" in Cote d'Ivoire.
Mark Kornblau, spokesman for the US Mission to the UN, said: "It is disappointing that Mr Ahmadinejad has once again chosen to espouse hateful, offensive and anti-Semitic rhetoric.
He mainly served as an ambassador to Syria and to Algeria, and was most recently Senior Adviser for the MENA at the US Mission to the UN.
Meanwhile, the spokesman for the US mission to the UN said the world body would have to increase sanctions on Tehran, after the US-imposed deadline for a response to the incentives package was passed.
We're obviously very pleased," said a spokesperson for the US mission to the UN.
In February 2003, when US media first published reports of this smuggling, then attributed exclusively to the Iraqis, the US mission to the UN condemned it as "immoral".
Outside the homeland security area, Young listed many projects that would be left in limbo: "No new starts for any GSA line-item construction ($630 million); would delay $300 million for 11 courthouse construction projects, $30 million for 6 border station construction projects, and $300 million for 5 other construction projects, including funds for consolidating Food and Drug Administration facilities, a major Census building, and the US mission to the UN in New York.
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