Tackling Covid, Conflict, Climate, Food Cost - Thomas-Greenfield

The United States this month holds the rotating presidency of the United Nations (UN) Security Council. As she occupies the chair, the U.S. Ambassador to the UN, Linda Thoman Greenfield, has named food security and human rights as central issues she wants to promote. Late last week, AllAfrica's Tami Hultman talked to her about those priorities as they affect Africa. The Ambassador emphasized U.S. support for African taking the lead in addressing their own problems and commended the innovation and resilience she has seen across Africa

The UN Security Council meeting on famine and conflict-induced global food insecurity.

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