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Photo exhibit by American artist Christopher Makos at the residence of the US ambassador in Berlin

At the invitation of US Ambassador Richard Grenell, American photographer Christopher Makos is exhibiting 25 of his works in the residence of the US Ambassador in Berlin. Ambassador Grenell opened the exclusive exhibition on November 14 together with artist Christopher Makos and his partner Paul Solberg in the presence of invited guests. The 25 giclée ...
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Statement on Western Balkans Mini-Schengen

“We welcome the Western Balkans’ ‘mini-Schengen’ initiative as a way to jump start the free movement of people and commerce. We believe that for this initiative to be successful, it must include everyone in the region, including the Government of Kosovo. The Trump Administration is focused on helping the entire region create economic opportunities and ...
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November 2019: Secretary Pompeo’s Travel to Germany

Secretary of State Michael R. Pompeo will travel to Germany from November 6-8 to underscore important bilateral relationships, meet with key leaders, and commemorate the 30th anniversary of the Peaceful Revolution (“#Mauerfall”). On November 6, the Secretary will arrive in Germany, where he will visit Grafenwohr , Vilseck, Modlareuth , and Leipzig to participate in events to commemorate ...
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Nov. 3 Remarks to the Europe Israel Congress

Thank you all for having me. It’s an honor to participate in the 1st European Israel Congress . Providing networking and training opportunities for pro-Israel leaders in Europe is vitally important. Especially at a time when there are multiple threats to Israeli and European security, we must ensure our threat perception remains high.  So I want to thank you ...
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Security Alert – U.S. Consulate General Frankfurt, Germany

Location: Oberursel, Germany; in the vicinity of downtown Oberursel Event: The U.S. Consulate in Frankfurt advises U.S. citizens of the need for vigilance and to maintain awareness in the vicinity of downtown Oberursel. On Wednesday, October 30, 2019, there was a domestic incident involving non-U.S. citizens in the vicinity of downtown Oberursel. The suspected individual ...
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