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Former Ghanaian Ambassador to the U.S. Dr. Kwame Bawuah-Edusei Launches Autobiography in the United States

Springfield, Virginia Friday, November 22, 2019   At a festive ceremony held at the Hilton Hotel in Springfield Virginia, physician, business executive, diplomat, and philanthropist H.E. Dr. Kwame Bawuah-Edusei launched his long-awaited autobiography – Thrived: Despite the Odds. The book is a harrowing tale of ups and downs through childhood, after he lost his father […]

Maryland Governor’s Commission on African Affairs Hosts Business Forum

NEWS FROM: GOVERNOR’S OFFICE OF COMMUNITY INITIATIVES For immediate release: October 24, 2019 Contact: Soo Koo soo.koo@maryland.gov  Prosper Africa & Maryland Leveraging State, Federal Resources for Export of Maryland Businesses to Africa College Park, MD – The Governor’sCommission on African Affairs and the Governor’s Office of Community Initiatives hosted the 3rd annual Maryland Business Forum: […]

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Washington, DC October 25, 2019 In a rare but unanimous decision by AMIP News leadership, the first of its kind since its establishment in 2004, the organization issues this statement to condemn an October 20, 2019 post by an online news platform by the name Pan African Visions. This statement is based on AMIP News’ […]

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October 1, 2019 World Trade Center, Ronald Reagan Building – Washington, DC By Frederick Nnoma-Addison, Event Moderator   The African Union Commissioner for Trade and Industry, H.E. Albert Muchanga has stated that the July 7 launch of the historic African Continental Free Trade Area (AfCFTA) has created an exceptionally large market that offers enhanced opportunities […]

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Office of the Spokesperson Department of State Washington, DC September 6, 2019 We extend our condolences to those mourning the loss of former Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe. Robert Mugabe helped liberate Zimbabwe, but his human rights abuses and gross economic mismanagement impoverished millions and betrayed his people’s hopes for their nation. We continue to support […]

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@StateDept Issues Revised Visa Reciprocity Fees For Nigeria The US Embassy Abuja in Nigeria announced recently that the visa reciprocity schedule for Nigeria has changed effective August 29, 2019.  The statement notes that since early 2018, the U.S. government has engaged the Nigerian government to request that the Nigerian government change the fees charged to U.S. […]

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Government of Malawi August 6, 2019   New United States of America Ambassador to #Malawi, Robert Scott, Tuesday, presented his letters of credence to President Prof. @APMutharika at Sanjika Palace.   About Robert Scott (courtesy U.S. Embassy, Malawi) Robert Scott, a member of the Foreign Service, is currently the Ambassador of the United States to […]

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U.S. Embassy Libya August 22, 2019   Today, U.S. Ambassador to Libya Richard Norland presented a copy of his credentials to Libyan Foreign Minister Mohamed Taher Siala at the Libyan Embassy in Tunisia. In their meeting, Ambassador Norland reiterated his commitment to intensify diplomatic engagement with all parties with the goal of bringing an early […]

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Office of the Press Secretary The White House August 26, 2019 Remarks by President Trump and President El-Sisi of the Arab Republic of Egypt Before Bilateral Meeting | Biarritz, France Hotel du PalaisBiarritz, France 8:52 A.M. CEST PRESIDENT TRUMP: Thank you very much. It’s a great honor to be with President El-Sisi, who’s a friend […]

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Office of the Spokesperson Department of State Washington, DC August 19, 2019   The statement below is attributable to Spokesperson Morgan Ortagus:‎ Secretary Michael R. Pompeo met today with Angolan Foreign Minister Manuel Augusto in Washington, D.C.  The Secretary reaffirmed the strength of the U.S.-Angola strategic partnership and welcomed the bold reforms that President João […]

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