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Ambassador Anania’s Remarks Ceremonial Brick Laying Ceremony at New Embassy Complex

District Commissioner, Representatives of the Government of Suriname, Members of the diplomatic corps, Special guests, Members of business and industry, and Members of the media. Good morning. Thank you for joining us this morning, and for making your way through dust and dirt.  At a construction site, you expect a certain amount of mess.  It ...
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Ambassador Anania’s Meeting with Foreign Minister Winston Lackin

In a meeting with Foreign Minister Winston Lackin on Monday, March 3, Ambassador Anania reaffirmed the shared commitment the United States and Suriname have to the fundamental values of democracy, including a commitment to free and fair elections. He also thanked the Minister for acknowledging that meetings with various election officials were part of normal ...
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U.S. Embassy announces open competition for the Fulbright Regional Network for Applied Research (NEXUS) Program

The Fulbright Regional Network for Applied Research (NEXUS) Program will bring together a network of junior scholars, professionals and mid-career applied researchers from the United States, Brazil and other Western Hemisphere nations for a series of three seminar meetings and a Fulbright exchange experience. Twenty outstanding scholars and practitioners from the U.S. and abroad will ...
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U.S. Embassy announces the 2014 American TV/Radio Co-op Program

The U.S. Embassy is now accepting proposals for the 2014 TV/Radio Coop program. TV/Radio Co-ops are cooperative ventures in which the U.S. Embassy Public Affairs section, broadcast journalists from national, regional or independent TV and radio stations, and Washington’s Office of Broadcast Services (OBS) jointly develop program proposals for original production in the United States.  ...
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U.S. Army Personnel Lead Field Training Exercise with Suriname Army

Five U.S. Army Engagement Branch advisors deployed to Suriname in February to conduct small unit tactics training with the Suriname Army.  The Engagement Branch was led by Captain Christopher Hudson and Master Sergeant Joseph Hissong, and supported by Sergeants First Class Ronald Burke, Jason Harrison and James Weaver, who served as advisors and trainers during ...
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