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Statement to the Press Following Under Secretary Jenkins’s Meeting with Moroccan Foreign Minister Nasser Bourita

REMARKS AMBASSADOR BONNIE DENISE JENKINS, UNDER SECRETARY FOR ARMS CONTROL AND INTERNATIONAL SECURITY RABAT, MOROCCO JANUARY 30, 2024 Hello, I am Bonnie Jenkins, the Under Secretary for Arms Control and International Security from the United States’s Department of State. I would like to thank Foreign Minister Bourita and the Kingdom of Morocco for their hospitality today, and their partnership and cooperation in ensuring greater security in Africa, ... Read More»

USAID PROGRAMS VALUED AT $12.6 MILLION SUPPORT MOROCCO-LED EARTHQUAKE RECOVERY EFFORTS

January 2024, Rabat, Morocco – The United States, through the U. S. Agency for International Development (USAID), is supporting long-term Moroccan recovery efforts in communities devastated by the September 8 Al Haouz earthquake through programs valued at approximately $12.6 million. In the aftermath of the earthquake, which left over 2,960 people dead and 60,000 homes ... Read More»

U.S. Mission in Morocco’s first Alumni Summit

U.S. Mission in Morocco’s first Alumni Summit Brought Together 400 Participants for a Day of Learning and Networking     RABAT – The first Alumni Summit of the U.S. Mission in Morocco brought together over 400 alumni of State Department programs in Morocco Saturday, January 27th, in Rabat. Participants engaged in a diverse program featuring 16 ... Read More»

Second U.S.-Africa Frontiers of Science, Engineering and Medicine Symposium Remarks by U.S. Ambassador Puneet Talwar

Tuesday, January 16, 9:00AM Hassan II Academy of Science and Technology, Rabat   As Delivered Thank you, Professor Bousmina. Minister Miraoui, Professor Fassi Fihri, Dr. Gruber, Dr. McNutt, it is an honor to join you in welcoming such a distinguished group of scientists and researchers to Morocco. This symposium reflects the strong, historic partnership between ... Read More»

U.S. Embassy Morocco Deputy Chief of Mission Aimee Cutrona Recognized the Completion of Mosaic Preservation Project at Volubilis

U.S. Embassy Morocco Deputy Chief of Mission Aimee Cutrona presided Today December 20 over a ceremony in the historic Roman city of Volubilis near Meknes, recognizing the official completion of a $189,000 project to preserve historic mosaics at the site. The U.S. Embassy Rabat partnered with Ifker Association of Education on the Environment and Sustainable Development on the ... Read More»