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    Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary Henshaw helps build new classrooms funded by the United States.

  • Niaz Khan opens Music Mela at PNCA. (Embassy Image)

    U.S. Ambassador Opens Second Annual Music Mela to Celebrate International Jazz Month

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    USAID Sponsored Farmers Showcase their Improved Produce at Vegetable Fair

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    USAID Helps to Double Mulberry Sales in Balochistan.

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    Pakistani Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif shakes hands with U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry before the two hold a bilateral meeting in Islamabad, Pakistan, on January 12, 2015.


  • American Film Showcase Arrives in Pakistan

    U.S. Ambassador Richard G. Olson spoke at the opening of the second American Film Showcase in Pakistan, an Embassy-sponsored film festival being held this year at Fatima Jinnah Park’s Aiwan-e-Quaid auditorium. 

  • USDA Leads Review of Wheat Productivity Enhancement Program

    A top wheat scientist from the United States Department of Agriculture's (USDA) Agricultural Research Service (ARS) Dr. Yue Jin, is in Islamabad this week to review the U.S.-Pakistan Wheat Productivity Enhancement Program (WPEP). 

  • U.S. Helps to Improve Food Storage and Preservation in Balochistan

    U.S. Ambassador Richard G. Olson and Balochistan Additional Secretary of Agriculture and Cooperatives, Mr. Imran Khan, commemorated the conclusion of the U.S. Department of Agriculture's (USDA) Pakistan Agriculture and Cold Chain Development Project in a ceremony highlighting the project's accomplishments. 

  • United States Announces Additional $27 million to Feed Temporarily Displaced People in Pakistan

    The United States government is providing an additional $27 million in food assistance to the people of Pakistan this year through the United Nations World Food Program (WFP).  

  • U.S. Government Commemorates $55 Million EXIM Financing to Refurbish PIA's GE Engines

    U.S. Ambassador Richard Olson hosted an event for senior business and government officials today to commemorate $55 million in financing for a deal between General Electric (GE) and Pakistan International Airlines' (PIA) to refurnish their Boeing aircraft engines. 

  • Statement by Secretary Kerry: Attack in Karachi Pakistan

    I strongly condemn the heinous May 13 attack on a bus in Karachi, which resulted in the deaths of dozens of members of the Ismaili community. The American people stand in solidarity with the people of Pakistan, and with the global Ismaili community on this tragic day. Make no mistake: There is more strength by far in the respect and solidarity that we feel towards one another than there could ever be in any terrorist attack. 

Latest Videos from the Embassy

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    Alumni Voices: Noori

    In 2012, Lahore-based rock band Noori was selected for the U.S. Department of State's Center Stage exchange. Listen to Ali Hamza and Ali Noor share their thoughts about their U.S. tour experience--and the power of music to build bridges and strengthen ties between Pakistan and the United States. "The music did most of the talking," Noor says. 

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    U.S.Government Assistance to Pakistan in Education

    The United States is helping millions of Pakistani children by funding education programs that unlock their full potential 

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    U.S. Energy Assistance to Pakistan

    This one-minute video provides comprehensive information on the U.S. energy assistance program in Pakistan, which includes renovating the power plant at the Tarbela Dam, modernizing the generators at the Mangla Dam, upgrading the Guddu, Jamshoro and Muzafaragarh power plants, and building the Satpara and Gomal Zam dams. 

Emergency Message for U.S. Citizens

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    Security Message for U.S. Citizens: Reminder to Review Travel Warning for Pakistan (May 27, 2015) >> Read More

    Message for U.S. Citizens: U.S. Embassy Consular Services Limited April 24-27 (April 20, 2015) >> Read More

    Message for U.S. Citizens: Consular Services Temporarily Suspended Through April 21 (April 20, 2015) >> Read More

    Security Message for U.S. Citizens: Reminder to Review Travel Warning for Pakistan (May 27, 2015) >> Read More

    Message for U.S. Citizens: Consular Services Temporarily Suspended April 20th (April 19th, 2015) >> Read More

    Security Message for U.S. Citizens: Reminder of Importance of Taking Personal Security Precautions (April 17, 2015) >> Read More

    Security Message for U.S. Citizens: Security Leading up to March 23rd Pakistan Day Holiday (March 20, 2015) >> Read More

    Security Message for U.S. Citizens: Heightened Threat Against Private Venues in Pakistan (March 4, 2015) >> Read More

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    Security Message for U.S. Citizens: Militant Attack in Lahore near Police Lines (February 17th, 2015) >>Read More

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    The Dosti Music Project 2015

    A Month-Long Experiment in Border-Bridging Collaborative Creation, involving Pakistani, Indian, and American Musicians

Khabr-o-Nazar Magazine

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Travel Warning - Pakistan

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    The Department of State warns U.S. citizens to defer all non-essential travel to Pakistan. This Travel Warning, issued February 5, 2014, reminds U.S. citizens of ongoing security concerns in Pakistan.

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    Emergency Messages for U.S. Citizens