Shouts, glares and unprintable words: US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo lost his temper at a journalist after she questioned him on the administration’s stance on Ukraine, a country at the heart of President Donald Trump’s impeachment trial. It began when Pompeo gave an early morning interview to NPR radio. Much of the discussion dealt with Iran, but journalist Mary Louise Kelly closed by asking Pompeo about Ukraine.
Defence Minister Rajnath Singh visited Naval Air Station base at Norfolk in Virginia in the US during which he observed a static display and a Boeing fighter jet demonstration as the two sides reflected on the “strong defence ties.” Continue Reading
The United States is concerned about the implications of the Citizenship (Amendment) Bill in India, a top American diplomat responsible for monitoring international religious freedom told. Continue Reading
In international climate discussions, we will continue to offer a realistic and pragmatic model backed by a record of real world results showing innovation and open markets lead to greater prosperity, fewer emissions, and more secure sources of energy. Continue Reading
“We would not like any state to tell us what to buy or not to buy from Russia any more than we would like any state to tell us to buy or not buy from America, that freedom of choice is ours and we think it’s in everybody’s interest to recognize that” Continue Reading
‘The US is India’s best trading partner and top market for exports. There is enormous potential to grow our trade relationship and stimulate the jobs in both countries,” he tweeted after the meetings in the national capital, on Wednesday. Continue Reading
US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo acknowledged Wednesday that he had been approached to run for Senate next year but said he was focused for now on being America’s top diplomat. He said that Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, the top Senate Republican, asked him to consider the race in Kansas Continue Reading
A fresh row has erupted between the US and Pakistan on the issue of terrorism following a telephone call by Secretary of State Mike Pompeo to newly-elected Prime Minister Imran Khan, as Islamabad took exception to the American version of the conversation. Continue Reading