US sets out priorities as it assumes Security Council presidency

The United States has not chaired the United Nations Security Council since December 2015.

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    The United States has not chaired the United Nations Security Council since December 2015.

    But the administration of new US President Donald Trump has its own priorities which it aims to highlight during its presidency of the Security Council in April.

    Al Jazeera’s Rosalind Jordan reports from the UN.


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