U.S. Government Holds Tree Planting Ceremony to Reinforce Partnership with Namibia

Windhoek – On October 27, the U.S. government held a tree planting ceremony at the New Embassy Compound with Chargé d’Affaires Jessica Long. Government officials, members from the National Botanical Research Institute, and other civil society interlocuters attended the event. The new Embassy compound symbolizes the commitment of the United States of America to the ... Read More»

Remarks by Charge d’Affaires Jess Long at the New Embassy Compound “Topping Out” Ceremony

The new United States Embassy behind us has reached a very important milestone. Our team has successfully reached the highest point in the construction of our new home. I am very happy to be at this “Topping Out” ceremony to recognize this important achievement and what it signifies. To start with, I find it simply ... Read More»

New U.S. Embassy Compound “Topping Out” Ceremony

Windhoek – Today, the U.S. Embassy held a “Topping Out” ceremony at the new U.S. Embassy site to celebrate the construction of the new building reaching its highest point. The ceremony, hosted by the Embassy’s Chargé d’Affaires, Jess Long, and attended by the Deputy Minister of Internati onal Relations and Cooperation, Hon. Jenelly Matundu, acknowledged and congratulated ... Read More»
Show More ∨