Congressional leaders urge Administration to resume funding for P2P, development programs

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By allmepadmin / August 12 2019

ALLMEP thanks Representatives Eliot Engel and Michael McCaul, and Senators James Risch and Bob Menendez for their efforts urging the U.S. Administration to continue funding for diplomacy and development programs.

Congressional leaders urge Administration to resume funding for P2P, development programs

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