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On the Occasion of the Republic of Senegal’s National Day

Press Statement

Washington, DC
April 3, 2015


On behalf of President Obama and the people of the United States, I congratulate the people of Senegal on the 55th anniversary of your independence on April 4.

As President John F. Kennedy said when your first President, Leopold Senghor, visited Washington, D.C., the United States and Senegal are “sisters under the skin.”

Our nations are united in the conviction that our core principles – democracy, respect for rule of law, and individual liberties – will guide us toward a future of peace and prosperity.

The United States applauds your ongoing role in promoting democracy, justice, and security throughout the region. Your support of Operation United Assistance was indispensable to the global Ebola crisis relief effort, which saved thousands of lives.

On this day of celebration, I wish all Senegalese a joyous anniversary. I look forward to building on our strong partnership in the years to come.

Secretary of State, John Kerry

U.S. State Department.

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On the Occasion of the Republic of Senegal’s National Day Press Statement Washington, DC April 3, 2015 On behalf of President Obama and the people of the United States, I congratulate the people of Senegal on the 55th anniversary of your independence on April 4. As President John F. Kennedy said when your first President,

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