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  • Ambassador Walles hosts Iftar
    Ambassador Walles hosts Iftar

    During the holy month of Ramadan, Ambassador Walles was happy to host a group of prominent Tunisians at his residence for an Iftar. Americans and Tunisians have a long history of sharing Iftars. 

  • Remarks by U.S. Ambassador Jake Walles on the occasion of the 238th Anniversary of the Independence of the United States of America
    Remarks by U.S. Ambassador Jake Walles on the occasion of the 238th Anniversary of the Independence of the U.S.A.

    "We live in an age with many challenges and much uncertainty, but when we as citizens and leaders stay on the path of democracy and remember Jefferson’s words “governments are instituted among men, deriving their just power from the consent of the governed." 

  • Ambassador Walles hosts reception for YES scholarship exchange students
    Ambassador Walles hosts reception for YES scholarship exchange students

    Ambassador Walles hosted a reception at his residence for sixty Youth and Exchange Study scholarship students and their parents. The event both welcomed back 30 Tunisian high school students who’ve returned from the U.S. after spending one year in an American high school, and celebrated the 30 newly-selected Tunisian students who will depart this summer.  

  • New Access Program in Jendouba
    New Access Program in Jendouba

    New Access Program in Jendouba Representatives from the U.S. Embassy and More Than Words English Consulting Company congratulated 60 participants of the English Access Microscholarship Program at an opening ceremony in Jendouba.  

  • Joint Statement of the U.S.-Tunisia Council on Trade and Investment
    Joint Statement of the U.S.-Tunisia Council on Trade and Investment

    The United States-Tunisia Trade and Investment Council met on June 16, 2014, in Tunis to engage in an ongoing process toward increased trade and investment integration between the two economies, following up on discussions on that subject between President Obama and Prime Minister Jomaa in April.  

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