White House Conference Call on the Nuclear Security Summit

Deputy National Security Advisor Ben Rhodes led an on-the-record press conference call on Tuesday to preview the Nuclear Security Summit in… read more

Deputy National Security Advisor Ben Rhodes led an on-the-record press conference call on Tuesday to preview the Nuclear Security Summit in Washington, DC. The Summit will convene delegations from more than 50 nations that will continue discussion on the evolving threat and highlight steps that can be taken together to minimize the use of highly-enriched uranium, secure vulnerable materials, counter nuclear smuggling and deter, detect, and disrupt attempts at nuclear terrorism. In addition, this year’s Summit includes a special session that will focus leaders on the threat of groups like ISIL attacking urban areas across the globe. Administration officials answered questions from reporters. close

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  • Laura S. H. Holgate Senior Director National Security Council->Weapons of Mass Destruction, Terrorism and Threat Reduction
  • Daniel Kritenbrink Senior Director National Security Council->Asian Affairs
  • Ned Price Spokesman National Security Council
  • Benjamin J. Rhodes Deputy National Security Adviser White House->Strategic Communications
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White House Conference Call on the Nuclear Security Summit

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Program ID:
407482-1
Category:
Radio
Format:
News Conference
Location:
Washington, District of Columbia, United States