May 20, 2024
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Blinken names two officials to lead U.S. response to Havana Syndrome cases

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By David Brunnstrom and Simon Lewis WASHINGTON (Reuters) -U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken on Friday named two new officials to coordinate Washington’s response to so-called Havana Syndrome health incidents that have affected U.S. diplomats and officials overseas. Blinken said Ambassador Jonathan Moore will serve as coordinator of the State Department’s Health Incident Response Task Force and Ambassador Margaret Uyehara will lead a team supporting affected employees. “This is an urgent priority for President Biden, for me, for our entire government,” Blinken said in an address at the dep…

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