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    Ambassador Cunningham Remarks for the Signing of the Bilateral Security Agreement

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    Statement by Ambassador James B. Cunningham on the Inauguration of Dr. Ashraf Ghani as President of Afghanistan

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    Ambassador Cunningham’s Remarks, September 11th Anniversary

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    Wales Summit Declaration on Afghanistan

  • Ambassador Cunningham Participates in Kabul Debate Live

    Ambassador Cunningham Participates in Kabul Debate Live

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  • U.S. Ambassador James B. Cunningham Condemns Attack on ISAF Convoy in Kabul

    U.S. Ambassador James B. Cunningham condemns today’s attack on an International Security and Assistance Force (ISAF) convoy in Kabul that killed two ISAF members and wounded others. We offer our condolences to the families and friends of the victims and pray for the speedy recovery of those wounded in today’s attack. 

  • U.S. Embassy Condemns Terrorist Attack in Paktika Province

    The U.S. Embassy strongly condemns the suicide bombing in Paktika province. The targeting of innocent bystanders, including many children, at a volleyball tournament is barbaric and deplorable. We offer our sincere condolences to those affected by this terrorist attack. Our thoughts and prayers go out to the victims and their families.  

  • PROMOTE (Promoting Gender Equity in National Priority Programs) Launch Ceremony

    PROMOTE (Promoting Gender Equity in National Priority Programs) was formally launched yesterday with a series of events in Kabul. President Ghani, First Lady Rula Ghani, Chief Executive Officer Abdullah, USAID Administrator Dr. Shah, and Ambassador Cunningham were among the many dignitaries who celebrated the joint U.S.-Afghan assistance initiative. PROMOTE represents a commitment by the U.S. Government and the Afghan Government to ensure gains made by Afghan women over the last decade are solidified throughout the next decade. Promote is the largest stand-alone USAID gender program worldwide. USAID plans to fund $216 million, and other donors can contribute an additional $200 million.   PROMOTE »

  • Memorandum of Understanding Signed between U.S. Embassy Kabul and the Ministry of Higher Education

    The U.S. Embassy Kabul Public Affairs Counselor and the Deputy Minister of Higher Education for Academic Affairs in Afghanistan, signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) on October 26, 2014. The signing of the document indicates the U.S. Government’s commitment to hand over a state of the art Media Operations Center for use by professors and students of Kabul University. It also underscores the commitment of the Government of Afghanistan to ensure the future operations and sustainability of this Center. 

  • U.S. Embassy Blood Drive Supports the Afghan National Blood Safety and Transfusion Service

    U.S. Embassy Kabul hosted a blood drive in support of the Afghan National Blood Safety and Transfusion Service (ANBSTS) for local Kabul hospitals. Afghan hospitals constantly need donations to help save lives. The U.S. Embassy Blood Drive is a bi-annual tradition. This year the Embassy collected 200 pints of blood, which translates to 400 saved lives.  Full Press Release »

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