Source: AUN News
To address international security priorities, Gonzalo Suarez, Deputy Assistant Secretary for International Security Policy at the U.S. Department of State, met with Prime Minister Mahamadou Ouhoumoudou in Niamey, Niger, on August 31, 2022. According to Suarez, herding Suarez, the inherent risk of instability to the region posed by misinformation and armed organisations operating along Niger’s borders was one of many concerns discussed.
The two officials addressed ways the United States and Niger may work together to solve these difficulties, discussed appropriate tools that could be used, and exchanged information on current security challenges.
After the meeting, A/DAS Suarez informed the reporters, “I can attest that this meeting is concrete proof of the lasting friendship and collaboration between the United States and Niger.”
The tracking, creation, and implementation of efficient solutions to global security threats aref the Bureau of International Security and Nonproliferation (ISN duties). ISN designs the international security environment to stop their recurrence in close cooperation with other State Department bureaus, other U.S. agencies, and a wide range of foreign and non-governmental partners.
Analysis by: Advocacy Unified Network