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  • U.S. Embassy staff at University of Djibouti to talk about study in the United States.

    U.S. Embassy staff at University of Djibouti to talk about study in the United States.

  • Djiboutian English teachers complete English teaching webinar series (live on-line seminars)

    Djiboutian English teachers complete English teaching webinar series (live on-line seminars)

  • USAID food for the people of Djibouti

    USAID food for the people of Djibouti

  • Chargé d'Affaires delivering a speech (Photo Credit: U.S. Embassy Djibouti)

    U.S. Government donates 26 new Toyota trucks to Djiboutian military

  • Ambassador Pasi with a food aid recipient (Photo Credit: U.S. Embassy Djibouti)

    USG provides $4 Million food assistance to the people of Djibouti through the World Food Programme

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  • Rewards for Justice
    Rewards for Justice

    The U.S. Department of State's Rewards for Justice program is offering rewards for information on three members of the Somalia-based terrorist organization Harakat Shabaab al-Mujahidin, al-Shabaab. The Department has authorized rewards of up to $3 million each for information leading to the arrest or conviction of Abdikadir Mohamed Abdikadir, Jafar, and Yasin Kilwe.  

  • U.S. National Security Advisor visit to Djibouti
    U.S. National Security Advisor Visit to Djibouti

    In her meeting with President Guelleh, she discussed ways to deepen and enhance our cooperation, including in ways that will tangibly benefit the economic well-being of the Djiboutian people. They discussed ways that Camp Lemonnier can have a more direct and positive impact on the local economy, and support sustainable development. 

  • Best wishes for Eid-al-Adha (State Dept.)
    Best wishes for Eid-al-Adha

    The U.S. Embassy extends our best wishes for a joyful Eid al-Adha to Muslims in Djibouti and around the world. We also congratulate the pilgrims who are performing the Hajj. We thank all those who serve those suffering from hunger, disease, and conflict, particularly as they celebrate Eid by distributing food and charity to those in need. Such acts of compassion underscore the shared values of people of all faiths. On behalf of the American people, we extend our warmest greetings on this holiday. The U.S. Embassy is pleased to have provided financial support to renovation of the Korijib mosque in Tadjourah, one of the oldest mosques in East Africa, a project that recognizes the cultural and historical significance of the mosque. Eid Mubarek. 

  • President Obama's Remarks on Syria
    President Obama's Remarks on Syria

    Ten days ago, the world watched in horror as men, women and children were massacred in Syria in the worst chemical weapons attack of the 21st century. Yesterday the United States presented a powerful case that the Syrian government was responsible for this attack on its own people. 

  • White House Assessment of Syrian Use of Chemical Weapons
    White House Assessment of Syrian Use of Chemical Weapons

    The United States Government assesses with high confidence that the Syrian government carried out a chemical weapons attack in the Damascus suburbs on August 21, 2013. We further assess that the regime used a nerve agent in the attack.  

  • U.S. Statement of Support for Dialogue Between the Government of Djibouti and the Union for National Salvation
    U.S. Statement of Support for Dialogue Between the Government of Djibouti and the Union for National Salvation

    The United States supports an official dialogue, in the spirit of an open and transparent democratic process, between the Government of Djibouti and the Union for National Salvation. In the lead-up to this process, the United States remains concerned by the repeated arrests and imprisonment of political opposition members and calls for an end to this practice. During the Holy Month of Ramadan, we encourage both sides to engage in a respectful dialogue that will address the legitimate issues of all parties following the February 2013 legislative elections.  

  • Djiboutian National Day: Statement by Secretary Kerry
    Djiboutian National Day: Statement by Secretary Kerry

    On behalf of the government and the people of the United States, I extend my warmest wishes to the government and people of Djibouti on your National Day, June 27. 

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