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Guterres: US funding cuts could hurt long-term efforts

UN Wire | Mar 17, 2017

President Donald Trump's plan to reduce US contributions to United Nations initiatives could hurt long-term reform projects, said a spokesman for UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres. For example, the UN World Food Program and the High Commissioner for Refugees, which receive the most funding from the US, need long-term support to address global humanitarian crises. SABCNews.com (South Africa) (03/17) France 24 (03/17) Inter Press Service (03/17)


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