tv U.S. Ambassador to the U.N. on Global Cooperation CSPAN April 14, 2022 1:04pm-1:08pm EDT
house resolution 188, the house stands adjourned until 1:00 p.m. on monday, april 18, 2022. we are committed to helping this organization to improve, to helping to build its capacity to address peace and a security issues as they are presented to us on a regular basis. and none of us can guess where the next crisis will be. we are dealing with the crisis of today, and the crisis of yesterday.
we do not know what the crisis of tomorrow will be, but we will keep working to try to be prepared to address those crises as they are presented to us. so thank you for inviting me and giving me this opportunity. and i look forward to continuing to represent the interests of the u.s., but also the interests of the world, to find peaceful solutions to all of these crisis situations that we are dealing with today. brahma: thank you so much. we are so grateful for your leadership and for your service to the country into the world in this very critical moment. so thank you again, and we appreciate you even taking time out and skipping a meeting to be with us. we really appreciate it. thank you. amb. thomas-greenfield: appreciate you as well.
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