The Week At State • A review of the week's events at the State Department, Nov. 20 - Nov. 26, 2021

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Published on 27 Nov 2021, 0:04
In “The Week at State,” Secretary of State Antony J. Blinken concludes his travel to Kenya, Nigeria, and Senegal; holds bilateral meetings with the foreign ministers of Morocco and New Zealand in Washington, D.C.; and extends his gratitude to State Department employees on the occasion of Thanksgiving. For the latest, visit and subscribe to our newsletter at

0:00 The Week at State Introduction
0:04 Secretary Blinken with Senegalese leaders
0:14 Secretary Blinken on Ethiopia
0:36 Spokesperson Price on Sudan
1:19 Secretary Blinken - Morocco and New Zealand foreign ministers
1:32 Thanksgiving
1:42 U.S. donations of COVID-19 vaccine doses
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