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American Cultural Center in Asmara to be Relocated

The new American Cultural Center building in Asmara
The new American Cultural Center building in Asmara

By U.S. Embassy-Asmara,

The U.S. Embassy is pleased to announce that in early October, we will be re-opening our new American Cultural Center, in Geza Banda in a spacious building formerly occupied by the Embassy of Sudan.

The new location replaces the American Center formerly situated in the Eritro-German Building. Continue reading American Cultural Center in Asmara to be Relocated

U.S. Charge d’Affairs to Natnael Berhane: Mazel Tov

Louis Mazel, Chief of Mission/Charge d’Affaires of the U.S. Embassy in Asmara. Can he be is a breath of fresh air towards improving U.S.-Eritrea relation?

By Bereket Kidane,

Chief of Mission at the US Embassy in Asmara, The Honorable Louis Mazel, recently congratulated Natnael Berhane on his third place finishes in Stages 6 and 7 at The Tour of Utah and for winning the Vivint Jersey for “Most Aggressive Rider” of the prestigious tour.

Mr. Mazel had written on the Embassy’s facebook page that he was rooting for Natnael to do well and that he had invited him to his house in Asmara for dinner along with some American cycling officials before he issued him a visa to the United States. Continue reading U.S. Charge d’Affairs to Natnael Berhane: Mazel Tov

U.S. Reiterates Support for Algiers and Eritrea-Djibouti Agreements

In diplomacy, timing matters. Why now?

By U.S. Embassy-Asmara,

The US Embassy in Asmara released three statements today concerning the Eritrea – Djibouti Agreement, the recently released Trafficking in Persons (TIP) Report, and a reiteration of US policy regarding the Eritrean – Ethiopian Boundary Commission.

Eritrea – Djibouti Agreement

The Embassy of the United States of America welcomes the signing of the June 6, 2010 agreement between President Isaias of Eritrea and President Guelleh of Djibouti allowing the State of Qatar to mediate the border dispute between the two countries. Continue reading U.S. Reiterates Support for Algiers and Eritrea-Djibouti Agreements