U.S., Australia Release Joint Statement On Global Health Security Agenda Cooperation

U.S. Department of State: Joint Statement on Global Health Security Agenda Cooperation
This statement from the U.S. and Australia governments on Global Health Security Agenda cooperation is the result of the 2018 Australia-U.S. Ministerial Consultations (AUSMIN). “Given the collective threat posed by certain highly pathogenic infectious diseases — whether through naturally occurring outbreaks or deliberate or accidental release — the governments of the United States and Australia have formed a multi-sectoral partnership to strengthen health security in the Indo-Pacific Region…” (7/25).

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