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  • ACCESS Graduation

    ACCESS Graduation

    Congratulations to the most recent ACCESS English language training program graduates! We are honored to be part of your success.

  • The U.S. Mission to Egypt Celebrates American Independence Day

    The U.S. Mission to Egypt Celebrates American Independence Day

    Chargé d'Affaires Marc Sievers addresses guests at the U.S. Mission's Independence Day celebration.

  • Secretary Kerry and FM Shoukry address the media

    Secretary Kerry and FM Shoukry address the media

    "I came here today to reaffirm the strength of the important partnership, the historic partnership between the United States and Egypt, and also to consult on the critical situations that we face in the region."

  • Chasing the Future

    Chasing the Future

    Regional Information Resources Officer Cathy Marsicek works with young Egyptian robotics enthusiasts at TechnoFuture in Alexandria.

  • English Conversation Club's 2nd Anniversary!

    English Conversation Club's 2nd Anniversary!

    Consulate Alexandria's Public Affairs Officer works on a puzzle with IRC visitors at the English Conversation Club's 2nd Anniversary celebration.

Headlines

  • Remarks by The President at the Annual Iftar Dinner, July 14, 2014

    The President: Tonight we reaffirm a simple truth. Fundamental to the character of our country is our freedom of religion -- the right to practice our faith as we choose, to change our faith if we choose, or to practice no faith at all and to do all this free from fear...

Did You Know?

  • The United States Postal Service released special postage stamps commemorating Ramadan and Eid el-Fitr in 2001 and 2011.

     

  • Keith Ellison of Minnesota was the first American Muslim to be elected to the United States Congress. He took his oath of office in 2007 with his hand upon a copy of the Qur'an that had belonged to Thomas Jefferson in 1765.

     

The Consul General

  • CG Stephen Fakan

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  • Thread What we do as individuals will ultimately make the difference.  In observing World Oceans Day, we recognize that protecting our ocean is not a luxury. It is a necessity that contributes to our economy, our climate and our way of life. Working together, we can change the current course and chart a sustainable future.

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Egypt - U.S. Partnership Projects

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