Indians have done best to respond to China's 'aggressive actions': US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo
Pompeo said that he has spoken to External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar a number of times about the Chinese aggressive actions.
The theory of the case that was more economic opening will lead to more political freedoms, more fundamental rights being provided to the Chinese people, has not worked, he said.
In a bipartisan letter addressed to Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, the senators called on the State Department to prioritise resettlement opportunities under the US Refugee Admissions Program.
Had 'very frank' discussion with China on 'unprovoked aggression': US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo
During a meeting in Hawaii last week, Pompeo said that he also pressed for 'more transparency' from China on the outbreak of the coronavirus pandemic for the good of the world.
When asked why the US had reduced the number of troops in Germany, Pompeo said that if US troops were no longer there, it was because they were being moved to other places.
Floyd's relatives, families of other victims of US police violence and hundreds of advocacy groups urged the Human Rights Council to take up the issue.
The State Department said Pompeo and his deputy Stephen Biegun would travel to Hawaii on Tuesday
Pompeo's brief visit came at a tense time, as Israeli troops searched for the killers of a soldier killed a day earlier by a rock dropped from a rooftop during an army raid of a West Bank village.
Pompeo's comments came as Europe and parts of the United States prepared to cautiously lift virus lockdowns as signs emerge that the deadly pandemic is ebbing.
Pompeo said the US government has provided over USD 32 million in funding to support the COVID-19 response in Pacific island countries.
US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said that the ban is an example of working together with partner countries to tackle the challenges posed by the coronavirus pandemic.
Gyms across the nation's capital are shuttered, but Sen. Rand Paul still managed a workout at the Senate on Sunday morning as he awaited the results of a coronavirus test. It came back positive.
The trip comes despite the coronavirus pandemic, at a time when world leaders and statesmen are curtailing official travel.
The World Health Organisation (WHO) has officially named coronavirus as COVID-19, Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Geng Shuang told a media briefing in Beijing.
'We condemn terrorists, violent extremists who target religious minorities, whether they are Yezidis in Iraq, Hindus in Pakistan, Christians in northeast Nigeria, or Muslims in Burma', Pompeo said.