Foreign Affairs

Hoyer Condemns Terrorist Attacks

"Terrorist Attacks in Baghdad, Jerusalem Demonstrate That Agents of Hate Must Be Fought"

For Immediate Release:

August 19, 2003

Contact:Stacey Farnen
202-225-3130


WASHINGTON, DC – House Democratic Whip Steny H. Hoyer (MD), who led a Congressional delegation of 28 House Democrats to Israel earlier this month and who met with both Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon and Palestinian Prime Minister Mahmoud Abbas during the eight-day trip, released the following statement this afternoon concerning the apparent homicide bombing of a bus in Jerusalem as well as the truck bombing of United Nations headquarters in Baghdad:

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HOYER ANNOUNCES SUPPORT FOR CHILE AND SINGAPORE FREE TRADE AGREEMENTS

For Immediate Release:

July 14, 2003

Contact:Stacey Farnen
202-225-3130

WASHINGTON – House Democratic Whip Steny Hoyer (MD) released the following statement this morning announcing his support for free trade agreements with Chile and Singapore:

  “The House, later this month, will likely consider the recently negotiated free trade agreements with Chile and Singapore.  I support each of these agreements and will vote for the required implementing legislation.

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The American-Israel Relationship: An Unbreakable Bond

For Immediate Release:

March 30, 2003

Contact:House Democratic Whip Steny Hoyer

(As prepared for delivery)

I want to thank you for inviting me to join you here today.  And I want to thank you for allowing me to share this stage with my colleague and good friend Roy Blunt.

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HOYER RESPONDS TO PRESIDENT BUSH’S SPEECH ON IRAQ

For Immediate Release:

March 17, 2003

Contact:Stacey Farnen
202-225-3130

WASHINGTON– House Democratic WhipSteny Hoyer (MD) released the following statement tonight in response to the president’s speech on Iraq:

“The President’s speech to the nation tonight left little doubt that the international community’s 12-year effort to disarm Saddam Hussein through diplomacy is nearing an end.

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At Diplomacy's End

Only Action Will Secure Saddam Hussein's Disarmament

For Immediate Release:

March 12, 2003

Contact:Congressman Steny H. Hoyer
(202) 225 - 3130

I. Introduction: Our Commitment to International Engagement

Sixty years ago, as darkness and destruction gripped the European continent, and as the United States fought to liberate millions there and in the Far East, Winston Churchill delivered a compelling call for unity that continues to ring true today.

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Statement of Congressman Hoyer Condemning the Selection of Libya to Chair the United Nations Commission on Human Rights

For Immediate Release:

February 11, 2003

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Absurd, Grotesque, Tragic

Mr. Speaker, I want to thank my good friends from Illinois and California, Chairman Hyde and ranking member Lantos, for bringing this very important resolution to the house floor. It's a moral imperative, and a matter of principle, that this house speak as one today.

The selection on January 20th of Libya, a gross violator of human rights and state sponsor of terrorism, to chair the United Nations commission on human rights is an affront to basic decency. And it demeans the United Nations itself.

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Hoyer Delivers National Security Speech at CSIS

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Lead-Up to Health Care Summit Discussed on CNBC

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