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  • U.S. Ambassador Macmanus (left) and IAEA Director General Amano

    IAEA-US Nuclear Cooperation Agreement

    IAEA Director General Yukiya Amano and the United States Resident Representative, HE Mr Joseph E. MacManus exchange diplomatic notes on the entry into force of the Third Amendment to the Agreement for Co-operation between the United States and the Agency on 6 June 2014 at the IAEA headquarters in Vienna.

  • Deputy Assistant Secretary Todd D. Robinson delivers the Opening Statement to the CCPCJ

    UN Commission on Crime

    Todd D. Robinson, Deputy Assistant Secretary, U.S. Department of State, delivered the opening statement to the 23rd UN Commission on Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice on May 12, 2014

  • Ambassador Xolisa Mabhongo, Department of International Relations and Cooperation Chief Director for UN Political Affairs, and Ambassador Joseph Macmanus, U.S. Ambassador to International Organizations in Vienna.

    Ambassador Macmanus Africa Trip

    Ambassador Macmanus visited South Africa, Tanzania, and Ethiopia to discuss support for IAEA projects in Africa that peacefully use nuclear technology to achieve development goals.

  • Ambassador Macmanus, Acting Under Secretary Gottemoeller, Executive Secretary CTBTO Lassina Zerbo. State Dept. Photo

    CTBTO Meeting

    On February 5, Acting Under Secretary for Arms Control and International Security and Ambassador Joseph Macmanus met with Lassina Zerbo, Executive Secretary, CTBTO.

  • Ambassador Joseph Macmanus during a press briefing. Photo: State Department

    IAEA Board of Governors

    On November 29, 2013, the IAEA Board of Governors discussed the Iran nuclear file.

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