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  • GE ACE Certificate Presentation Ceremony

    GE ACE Certificate Presentation Ceremony

    The U.S. Government is committed to working with the Tunisian Government and U.S. companies, like GE Tunisia, to stimulate economic development and create jobs. We continue to encourage other U.S. companies to explore investment opportunities in Tunisia.

  • U.S. Embassy Representatives attend a Teacher Training Session in Ariana

    Embassy Staff Attends a Teacher Training Session

    In cooperation with the Tunisian Ministry of Education, the English Language Programs Division at the U.S. Embassy, Tunis, organized a visit to the Regional Teacher Training Center (CREFOC) in Ariana.

  • Arrival Ceremony for the Tunisian Air Force’s Second C-130J

    Arrival Ceremony for the Second C-130J

    At a ceremony on Thursday, January 8, attended by U.S. Ambassador Jake Walles, Minister of Defense Ghazi Jeribi, and Brigadier General Bechir Bedoui, the Tunisian Air Force welcomed the arrival of their second C-130J aircraft and announced their decision to purchase eight armed UH-60M helicopters.

  • Statement of the U.S. Ambassador to Tunisia

    Statement of the U.S. Ambassador to Tunisia

    It is an honor for me to be in Tunisia at this historic moment and to witness Tunisia’s great progress in joining the world’s democracies.

  • Tunisia’s Franchise Market

    Tunisia’s Franchise Market

    Franchises already exist in Tunisia in a variety of sectors, but U.S. franchises are underrepresented. Now is the time to explore this market.

Embassy Announcements

Embassy Events

  • Access Tataouine Students Graduate at an Ancient Berber Site
    Access Tataouine Students Graduate at an Ancient Berber Site

    When an Access Program graduation ceremony is held in an ancient Berber fortified granary in Ksar El Farch in Tataouine, a town immortalized by George Lucas in the original Star Wars trilogy, the event becomes understandably unique and special. 

  • First Women Debate Tournament in Sousse
    First Women Debate Tournament in Sousse

    As part of its effort to promote women's rights in Tunisian society through its project Empower To Lead, WeYouth organized the first Women Debate Tournament last week in Sousse. 

  • Presentation on Preventing and Confronting Domestic Abuse and Violence
    Presentation on Preventing and Confronting Domestic Abuse and Violence

    On Monday, December 22nd, U.S. Embassy Tunis was pleased to host a presentation conducted by two of our alumni on their participation in the IVLP program entitled: Preventing and Confronting Domestic Abuse and Violence.  

  • INL, USIP & Tunisia Co-hosted a Regional Seminar
    INL, USIP & Tunisia Co-hosted a Regional Seminar

    Under the auspices of the U.S. Department of State’s Bureau of International Narcotics and Law Enforcement Affairs (INL), the United States Institute of Peace (USIP) and the Government of Tunisia co-hosted a regional seminar, Assessing Progress of Criminal Justice Sector Reform in North Africa. The seminar, which was held in Tunis November 10-13, brought together representatives from domestic law enforcement, government ministries, civil society, and members of parliament to exchange views on issues related to reform in the criminal justice sector.  

  • USAID re-opens office in Tunisia
    USAID re-opens office in Tunisia

    Ambassador Walles hosted the event at U.S. Embassy Tunis, was joined by Alina Romanowski, Acting Assistant Administrator for the Middle East Bureau (USAID), Faycal Gouiaa, Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs and Hedi Larbi, Minister for Equipment, Spatial Planning and Sustainable Development.  

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