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Rubio Calls On Administration To Impose Additional Sanctions On Russia
Washington, D.C. – In light of Russia’s continued aggression in Ukraine, U.S. Senator Marco Rubio (R-FL) today issued the following statement calling on the Obama administration to impose sectoral sanctions on Russia: “The tragic events of recent days show once again that Russia continues to violate Ukraine’s sovereignty by supporting separatist forces with increasingly sophisticated weapons, and now tanks. We cannot continue to stand idly by in the face of this Russian aggression. “I call on the Obama administration to immediately impose sectoral sanctions on Russia targeting the financial services, energy, defense, metals, and mining sectors, among others, and work with our European allies to do the same. We also need to be more responsive to Ukraine’s requests for assistance, including lethal support that addresses the needs of their security forces.  “More than six weeks ago, I joined my colleagues in introducing S.2277, Th

ICYMI: Rubio: America’s Families Need Strong Fathers
Rubio: "It reminds me that my father was more than merely present in my life, he was active, caring and encouraged me to dream. He truly believed that, with love and support, his children would achieve the things he never could. Now that I’m a father, I think back on his example and strive to live up to it."

Rubio: Castro Regime’s Repression Cannot Go Ignored
Washington, D.C. – U.S. Senator Marco Rubio (R-FL) today issued the following statement regarding the latest wave of repression by the Castro regime: “This administration has kept trying to loosen sanctions against the Castro dictatorship, even though all the regime in Havana keeps doing is repress and abuse innocent Cubans who express their desire for liberty and democracy. “The Castro regime’s repressive apparatus is in full swing as it spent this week beating and detaining dissidents without cause. Activists like ‘Antúnez,’ his wife Yris Pérez Aguilera, Berta Soler and her husband Angel Moya have been detained and harassed. Independent journalist Roberto de Jesús Guerra was violently assaulted and reportedly suffered a broken nose and torn ligaments.  “The Castro regime’s repression cannot go ignored. The Obama Administration should reconsider any policy attempts that ultimately enrich and empower

Rubio Comments On Result Of Colombian Presidential Election
Washington, D.C. – U.S. Senator Marco Rubio (R-FL) today issued the following statement regarding the re-election of Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos: “I congratulate the Colombian people on once again conducting a free and fair election that further solidifies the democratic gains they have made in recent decades. I congratulate President Santos on his re-election. “The U.S. and Colombia have a special bond for which much has been sacrificed in order to achieve the level of prosperity and security that the Colombian people enjoy today. What we have is a great foundation to continue building on. In the coming years, continued implementation of the U.S.-Colombia free trade agreement will offer new economic opportunities for both our countries. We must continue our cooperation on counter-terrorism efforts and help Colombia become an exporter of such expertise to other nations in the region facing threats from narco-terrorist groups. We must also stand up f

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