high risk, high threat post

(2) High risk, high threat post The term “high risk, high threat post” means a United States diplomatic or consular post or other United States mission abroad, as determined by the Secretary, that, among other factors— (A) is located in a country— (i) with high to critical levels of political violence and terrorism; and (ii) the government of which lacks the ability or willingness to provide adequate security; and (B) has mission physical security platforms that fall below the Department of State’s established standards.


22 USC § 4803(d)(2)

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