Honored 🇺🇸. Thanks for your service and for continuing to serve and inspire.
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Always wanted something that my son and I can share.
@alpharebelco blessed my son and I with these killer 24k Gold Cuffs that we received today. -
We love them. Thanks for making these for us 💯💪🏽 I feel super blessed and truly thankful! 🇺🇸 @alpharebelco
Day 667 for #22kill, in support of our nation's #veterans and #firstresponders. It's unacceptable that #22vets take their lives each day from conditions such as #ptsd, and I'm continuing this challenge to help raise #awareness so that our servicemembers and veterans can get the help they need. Their defense of our freedoms deserve our support to help them lead fulfilling lives as civilians.
Take time to let those people in your life who've served know that they are loved and appreciated. It could make all the difference in their day, and help them to win their battle. We can work together to let our veterans know that suicide is not the answer. #letscheckonafriend
If you, or a loved one, may need help, the Veterans Crisis Line number is 800-273-8255 [Option 1], or you can text to 838255. Their website also allows confidential online chat: www.veteranscrisisline.org
The two sites below are organizations that help educate and empower our servicemembers, as they transition from the field to their family.
If you are seeing this post, know that you are an awesome and amazing person. And yes, you matter to me.
#worldtrade ✍44 African countries sign major deal to open their markets for free trade
44 African countries in total have signed a vital continental free trade agreement in the Rwandan capital Kigali to enable the long-awaited economic integration and movement of goods and persons across member states.
43 countries also signed the Kigali declaration and 27 countries agreed to ease mobility of people across the continent by signing the protocol on the movement of people across Africa. Some countries signed all the three legal instruments at once but 50 countries signed at least one of the three documents.
The African Union Commission Chairperson Moussa Faki Mahamat who disclosed the number of signatories to the African Continental Free Trade Area (AfCFTA) agreement on Wednesday during the 10th Extraordinary Session of the Assembly said the agreement will be beneficial to every nation. “Beyond the debates about what some countries might gain or lose in the short term, the truth, statistically established, is that each of our Member States and the continent as a whole will benefit immensely from the establishment of the Free Trade Area,” he said in a statement. “Our peoples, our business community and our youth, in particular, cannot wait any longer to see the lifting of the barriers that divide our continent, hinder its economic take-off and perpetuate misery, even though Africa is abundantly endowed with wealth,” he added.