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  • U.S. Ambassador Stanton poses with President of Republic Taur Matan Ruak and Commodore Charles Williams before the opening ceremony of Pacific Partnership 2016.

    U.S. Ambassador Stanton poses with President of Republic Taur Matan Ruak and Commodore Charles Williams before the opening ceremony of Pacific Partnership 2016.

  • U.S. Ambassador Stanton and Prime Minister Rui Araujo joined the NCBA, Cooperativa Café Timor (CCT), and USDA to send off Timor-Leste’s first export of cloves.

    U.S. Ambassador Stanton and Prime Minister Rui Araujo joined the NCBA, Cooperativa Café Timor (CCT), and USDA to send off Timor-Leste’s first export of cloves.

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    U.S. Department of Justice experts Peter Ainsworth and J. Michael Diaz pose with Timorese participants during the Fourth Annual Continuing Judicial Development Seminar co-hosted by U.S. Embassy and the Asia Foundation.

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    Ambassador Stanton and the Prime Minister’s spouse view the weaving demonstration during the Futus event organized by U.S. Embassy in partnership with The Asia Foundation, the Alola Foundation, and Empreza Di’ak that showcased local weavers' Tais products

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    U.S. Ambassador Karen Stanton joined F-FDTL Vice General Commander Filomeno Paixao to officially inaugurate the U.S. Navy Seabees’s Manleuana Primary School building project.

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    The U.S. Embassy Political and Economic team met with community-based organizations in Maubisse, Ainaro as part of a U.S. Ambassador's Small Grant for economic development project activities.

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    Ambassador Stanton with Timor-Leste Border Patrol Unit (UPF) and Indonesian border officials on a follow-up Border Liaison Conference between Timor-Leste and Indonesia.

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    U.S. Mission hosts 2017 Annual Expo “Amérika ho Timor-Leste: Hamutuk Dezenvolve Futuru”

    Dili – On Saturday, January 21st, the U.S. Mission in Timor-Leste hosted its annual Expo 2017 entitled “Amérika ho Timor-Leste Hamutuk Dezenvolve Futuru” at Timor Plaza in Dili.  

  • U.S. Embassy Dili and UNTL co-launch UmaAmerika
    U.S. Embassy Dili and UNTL co-launch UmaAmerika

    On Wednesday, November 16, Ambassador Karen Stanton joined Universidade Nacional Timor Lorosa’e (UNTL) Rector Francisco Miguel Martins to inaugurate Timor-Leste’s first American Space, ‘UmaAmerika’ at the main campus of UNTL in Dili. UmaAmerika is a center devoted to sharing American culture, fostering innovation and open exchange of information between the U.S. and Timor-Leste. 

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    Harii Hamutuk Exercise 2016 Officially Ended

    On November 3rd, U.S. Ambassador Karen Stanton joined Japan Ambassador Yeiji Yamamoto, Australia Deputy Head of Mission Angela Robinson and F-FDTL Deputy Commander Filmeno Paixao at the closing ceremony of Harii Hamutuk 2016. F-FDTL Deputy Commander Paixao praised Exercise Harii Hamutuk 2016’s efforts to enhance F-FDTL’s engineering unit skills. 

  • U.S. Embassy organizes KLABIS forum
    U.S. Embassy organizes KLABIS forum

    U.S. Embassy organizes KLABIS forum for local media on conflict and dispute-sensitive reporting. On October 26th, U.S. Embassy Dili hosted the quarterly ‘KLABIS’ media forum at the Embassy, focusing on best practices in reporting about conflict and disputes within local communities. Guest speaker Christopher W. Moore, Ph.D., who has worked as a professional mediator in nearly 50 countries, discussed with 12 local and international journalists from Timorese news outlets and the LUSA news agency about current best practices in reporting on conflicts, disputes and other tense situations, including a number of case studies from other societies recovering from conflict around the world.  

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    Harii Hamutuk 2016

    Harii Hamutuk 2016. Brigadier General Stephen Curda, Commanding General of the 9th Mission Support Command in Fort Shafter, Hawaii visited Timor-Leste from October 23rd to 25th in order to visit U.S., Australian, Japanese and F-FDTL forces participating in Exercise Harii Hamutuk 2016. Curda directly observed multilateral military security cooperation in Timor-Leste that aims to enhance military engineering interoperability, exchange skills and knowledge between the four countries. 

  • Gleno Community Health Engagement
    Gleno Community Health Engagement

    In partnership with local authorities in Gleno, Municipality of Ermera, the Ministry of Health & F-FDTL, multinational staff from Pacific Partnership will join Timorese health workers to provide free health education and health services to the people of the region, on a first come, first serve basis from June 13-17 from 0930-1500 every day at the Gleno Community Health Center. 

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    Secretary Kerry's Remarks on Timor-Leste's Restoration of Independence Day

    On behalf of President Obama and the American people, I send my congratulations and best wishes to the people of Timor-Leste as you celebrate the 14th anniversary of the Restoration of Independence on May 20.  Tetum (PDF 33 KB) »

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