Chief of Mission Roxanne Cabral Prepares to Depart Panama

Panama City, January 3, 2020. Today, the U.S. Chargé d’Affaires a.i. in Panama, Roxanne Cabral, took her administrative oath as a U.S. Ambassador.  Cabral arrived in Panama as Deputy Chief of Mission on August 2017 and became Chargé d´Affaires a.i. in March 2018.  She was nominated as Ambassador of the United States of America to ...
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Acting Assistant Secretary Kozak’s Remarks for the Inauguration of the AES LNG Terminal in Colon

Thank you and good morning.  It’s wonderful to be back in Panama. My first trip abroad as a U.S. diplomat was to Panama. After 48 years, my first trip as Acting Assistant Secretary of State for Western Hemisphere Affairs is to Panama. You cannot help but be impressed with the progress. Panamanians have built so ...
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Statement from Ambassador John D. Feeley on the Access of GESE Dailies to the Financial System of the United States

I and my Embassy colleagues in Panama congratulate all parties involved in the successful effort to reestablish unfettered access to markets and the financial system of the United States on behalf of the newspapers of the La Estrella de Panama and El Siglo Editorial Group (GESE). This is a momentous achievement that reinforces the critical importance ...
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U.S. Government Acknowledges Panamanian Security Agencies Milestone in Biometric Registries

Panama City, 20 July 2017.- A protocol ceremony in acknowledgement of Panamanian Security agencies (Security Council, Ministry of Security, National Migration Service, National Border Service, National Air and Sea Service, and National Police) took place this morning at the United States Embassy in Panama headquarters. The purpose of the ceremony was to acknowledge Panama’s 20,000 ...
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