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  • Sec. Kerry: Solidarity March in Tunis

    Sec. Kerry: Solidarity March in Tunis

    On behalf of President Obama, I would like to express the United States’ solidarity with the Tunisian people as they march tomorrow in Tunis in defiance of the shocking and grotesque terrorist attack at the National Bardo Museum on March 18. The U.S. Ambassador to Tunisia, Jake Walles, will represent the United States at tomorrow’s event.

  • Majority leader Kevin McCarthy leads Congressional delegation to Tunisia

    McCarthy Statement at Bardo Museum

    On behalf of my delegation and the United States Congress, I want to express condolences to the victims of last week’s terrorist attack and to the people of Tunisia in this time of grief.

  • Kerry at SelectUSA Investment Summit

    Kerry at SelectUSA Investment Summit

    A nation’s interests and well-being today in today’s world are advanced not just by troops sent to deploy and protect a nation or your interests, not just by diplomats, but by entrepreneurs, executives .... and the shared prosperity that they create at home and abroad. Now that is why economic policy is foreign policy.

  • Obama’s Call with President Beji Caid Essebsi of Tunisia

    Obama’s Call with President Caid Essebsi

    President Obama spoke today with President Beji Caid Essebsi of Tunisia to offer condolences and support following the March 18 terrorist attack against the National Bardo Museum in Tunis.

  • Secretary Kerry on Bardo Museum attack

    Secretary Kerry on Bardo Museum attack

    The United States condemns in the strongest possible terms today’s deadly terrorist attack at the National Bardo Museum in Tunis, where gunmen killed 19 people and wounded more than 20 others.

  • The White House on Bardo Museum Attack

    The White House on Bardo Museum Attack

    We extend our deepest sympathies to the victims of today’s heinous violence in Tunisia and condemn in the strongest terms this terrorist attack.

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  • Bridge between Employers and Jobseekers
    Bridge between Employers and Jobseekers

    The USAID Business Reform & Competitiveness Project in Tunisia is addressing this challenge through a series of job fairs nationwide, connecting workers to potential jobs and creating a bridge between employers and jobseekers. 

  • DAS Curtis meets State Exchange alumni
    DAS Curtis meets State Exchange alumni

    Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for Academic Programs, Meghann Curtis, met with different State Exchange Alumni from different Exchange programs. 

  • U.S. Embassy Tunis Alumni Continue to Inspire!
    U.S. Embassy Tunis Alumni Continue to Inspire!

    Last week, Ambassador Walles presented certificates of completion to 27 YES participants from 13 governorates of Tunisia. 

  • Remarks by Ambassador Jake Walles GE ACE Certificate Presentation Ceremony
    Remarks by Ambassador Jake Walles GE ACE Certificate Presentation Ceremony

    We’re here today to recognize the selection of General Electric Tunisia for the U.S. Secretary of State’s prestigious Award for Corporate Excellence for 2014. The nine finalists were chosen from U.S. companies around the world, and GE’s selection is a tribute to its exemplary business practices in Tunisia.  

  • 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. 

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