USAID Administrator Mark Green Speaks At U.N. About Humanitarian Crisis In DRC

USAID: USAID Administrator Mark Green’s Remarks at the U.N. Security Council Briefing on the Situation in the Democratic Republic of the Congo
USAID Administrator Mark Green spoke at the United Nations on Monday about the worsening humanitarian situation in the Democratic Republic of the Congo, calling for the DRC government to take several actions to address the situation, and for the international community to do more. He said, “We can insist upon timely elections, demand the freedoms that make those elections credible, require protection for brave humanitarian workers, and ensure that everyone does their part to ease citizen suffering, especially the DRC government itself…” (3/19).

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