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  • Chargé d'Affaires Michael Raynor’s Remarks for Promote Scholarship Launch Ceremony

    Chargé d'Affaires Michael Raynor’s Remarks for Promote Scholarship Launch Ceremony

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    U.S. Embassy Launches Promote Women’s Scholarship for Afghan Women

  • Ambassador Olson's Remarks on Afghanistan at the Atlantic Council

    Ambassador Olson's Remarks on Afghanistan at the Atlantic Council

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

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    USAID Recognizes Forty Afghan Entrepreneurs

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  • U.S. Embassy Condemns Attack on Peaceful TUTAP Demonstration

    The United States Embassy condemns in the strongest terms the cowardly bombing attack that has claimed scores of innocent lives in Kabul during a peaceful demonstration in which citizens were exercising their constitutional rights. Our thoughts and prayers are with the families and loved ones of the deceased, and we wish all of those who were wounded a full recovery. We will continue to stand with our Afghan partners and friends as they strive every day to bring peace and security to Afghanistan. 

  • Ambassador McKinley Remarks for Independence Day Event

    We gather here today to celebrate more than the signing of our Declaration of Independence and the formation of a new nation 240 years ago. We are here to reaffirm our belief in the ideas that fueled those events, and that a truly representative government has the greatest chance of delivering prosperity and security to a nation.  Full Remarks »

  • Statement by the President on Afghanistan

    THE PRESIDENT: Good morning, everybody. More than 14 years ago, after al Qaida attacked our nation on 9/11, the United States went to war in Afghanistan against these terrorists and the Taliban that harbored them. Over the years -- and thanks to heroic efforts by our military, our intelligence community, our diplomats and our development professionals...  Watch the Video »

  • U.S. Embassy Statement on the Occasion of Eid Al-Fitr

    The U.S. Embassy in Kabul extends its best wishes to the people of Afghanistan on the occasion of Eid al-Fitr. Millions of American Muslims are celebrating Eid as well, and, like families in Afghanistan, they will mark the holiday by reaching out to those in need and spending time in the company of their family and friends. The American people will continue to support the people of Afghanistan and their government as they work to build a prosperous future for their country. We wish you a joyous and peaceful Eid al-Fitr! 

  • Senators meet President Ghani, Chief Executive Abdullah

    U.S. Senator John McCain (Republican-Arizona), Chairman of the Senate Armed Services Committee and leader of the U.S. delegation including Senators Lindsey Graham (Republican-South Carolina), Joe Donnelly (Democrat-Indiana) and Ben Sasse (Republican-Nebraska), met with President Ghani and with Chief Executive Abdullah to discuss security issues and the bilateral relationship between the United States and Afghanistan.   Full Statement » »

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