Embassy of Afghanistan

Embassy of Afghanistan
Embassy of Afghanistan is listed in the Government Services category in Washington, District of Columbia. Displayed below is the only current social network for Embassy of Afghanistan which at this time includes a Facebook page. The activity and popularity of Embassy of Afghanistan on this social network gives it a ZapScore of 63.

Contact information for Embassy of Afghanistan is:
2341 Wyoming Ave NW
Washington, DC 20008
(202) 483-6488

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WHAT'S HAPPENING AT THE AFGHAN EMBASSY: Ambassador Mohib met with Nadeem Nusrat, the Muttahida Quami Movement (MQM) convenor. They discussed strengthening democratic institutions in the region, close cooperation, shared values and people-to-people interaction. They also discussed how civilian populations of the two countries can help and contribute to regional prosperity and development. Amb. Mohib was briefed on the MQM strength and influence in Pakistan. Fight against terrorism, militancy and strengthening civilian government and democratic institutions were key points of the discussion.

Embassy of Afghanistan, Washington, D.C. added 5 new photos.
WHAT'S HAPPENING AT THE AFGHAN EMBASSY: Ambassador Mohib and the Embassy had the honor of hosting Col. Ty Zagurski, the Commander of Marine Barracks Washington and several of his Marines who have served in Afghanistan alongside the Afghan National Defense and Security Force's (ANDSF). The Ambassador thanked them for their service and partnership with ANDSF on behalf of the Afghan people and was excited to share delicious Afghan food with the group. Many of the Marines mentioned how much they loved and missed Afghanistan, and how the Afghan people hold a special place in their hearts- especially the people of Helmand, where almost all of the Marines have served. It was an incredible event that was very special for both groups, and the Ambassador hopes to host more joint event in the future to connect Afghan veterans of the ANDSF to the Americans here in the United States to continue their bond.

Embassy of Afghanistan, Washington, D.C. added 2 new photos — with Sayed Zafar Hashemi.
WHAT'S HAPPENING AT THE AFGHAN EMBASSY: Ambassador Hamdullah Mohib met with Franz-Michael Mellbin, European Union Ambassador to Afghanistan and discussed review of the Afghan policy by Trump Administration, the Afghan peace process as well as the reforms in the electoral process in Afghanistan. Ambassador Mohib talked about his interactions with different branches of the US Government in the wake of the ongoing policy review and what both Afghanistan and the US expect of the new policy. He also highlighted the importance of continued partnership between the United States, European Union and Afghanistan to tackle security challenges.

Embassy of Afghanistan, Washington, D.C. added 5 new photos.
On July 24, Ambassador Hamdullah Mohib participated in a TownHall at the InterChurch Center in New York City, where the Afghan-American diaspora had an opportunity to ask Ambassador Mohib questions. The Ambassador Participated in the townhall to see if there was some way the Embassy could help the movement. Ambassador Mohib said that he has two broad goals for his entire career, to establish a professional and healthy relationship with veterans, and to foster a community-led lobbying campaigning for Afghanistan in the US. The Ambassador wants this community-led initiative to last well after he leaves so that Afghan-Americans have political power here in the US and are able to influence decisions made from home. Some of the questions asked were related to: fundraising for aid, investing in Afghan businesses, cutting red tape for investing in Afghan businesses, and transparency on how our donated money is being used.

Embassy of Afghanistan, Washington, D.C. added 2 new photos.
WHAT'S HAPPENING AT THE AFGHAN EMBASSY: A group of students and activists from Texas were hosted by Diplomat Ahmad Shah Katawazai. They were briefed about Afghan government achievements in different aspects and the contributions of Afghan national security forces in combating global terrorism. The country’s mineral resources and its potential extraction were also highlighted at the end.