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2019 Budget Savings statement by Ambassador Grenell

I believe strongly that American taxpayers expect efficiency and frugality from overseas missions. I am happy to report that after coming $6 million under budget for FY18, Mission Germany came $14 million under budget in FY19. Additionally, we zeroed-out all growth requests for the most recent Mission Resource Review, committing to a static budget through ...
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Ban Hizballah

As the city of Berlin prepares to welcome the mayor of Tehran, Pirouz Hanachi , it is worth remembering that Iran’s most violent terrorist proxy still operates legally within the borders of Germany. Despite its 37-year history of murdering innocent people from Lebanon, Syria, and Thailand to Bulgaria, Spain, and Argentina, Hizballah remains free to recruit and fundraise in Germany . If Germany wants to take a stand against the Assad ...
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Volunteer Foreign National Student Internship – Public Affairs (PA)

For Public Dissemination Internship Opportunity U.S. MISSION GERMANY   Date: October, 2019  Position Title Volunteer Foreign National Student Internship – Public Affairs Office (PA) Location U.S. Consulate General Hamburg Open To German & EU Nationals, and Nationals of EFTA Member States, who are currently enrolled in a German university Salary Unpaid – Gratuitous Service Work ...
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Ambassador Grenell leads U.S. Embassy Berlin’s CSD Participation in 2019

On July 27, Embassy Berlin participated in Christopher Street Day 2019 with a bus bearing the slogan “70+ Countries Outlaw LGBTIQ People #NotACrime.” Ambassador Grenell and Matt Lashey were joined by Embassy staff, friends, and activists from five countries.  The five-hour pride parade through central Berlin passed through one million people celebrating on the streets. ...
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