News & Events

Ambassador Armbruster and Co-Op Students Discuss Presidential Visits

Ambassador Armbruster visited the Majuro Co-op School on October 23 and met with the 11th grade Current Events class.  As the two U.S. Presidential candidates prepared for their final debate on foreign policy, Ambassador Armbruster discussed the impact of Presidential visits overseas.  The Ambassador recounted visits by President Bush to Finland in 1989, President Clinton ...
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Mariculture Farm Promotes Sustainable Economic Development

The Embassy’s Political/Economic officer met with Provan Crump, the Manager of the Marshall Islands Mariculture Farm (MIMF) on September 12 to discuss aquaculture in the RMI.  MIMF , a subsidiary of the U.S. company Oceans, Reefs and Aquariums (ORA), has developed a successful export industry selling Aquacultured giant clams and coral to aquarium enthusiasts in the ...
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Embassy Float a Success at Fourth Annual Bob Festival

October 15, 2012— The U.S. Embassy Majuro participated for the first time in the fourth annual Bob (Pandanus) Festival parade on Saturday, October 13, earning 2ndplace honors for its float entry.  Embassy staff joined RMI government dignitaries, NGOs, schools, and others at the old weather station to take part in the float parade, traditional Marshallese ...
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Unique Fashion Show Celebrates Marshallese Style

October 12, 2012—Last night the Marshall Islands Resort’s poolside area was lit up by an exciting and unique fashion show that celebrated Marshallese fashion through the ages.  The fashion show was the highlight of the farewell dinner closing-out this week’s Ministers of Tourism Conference that was held in Majuro, hosted by the Marshall Islands Visitors ...
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Fulfilling Pledge on Unexploded Ordnance

On August 31st at the Pacific Island Forum, Secretary Clinton announced that the US is seeking over $5 million to reduce the number of unexploded bombs, shells and other ordnance left over from World War Two.  The Secretary said it is a “crucial matter for security and prosperity.  Decaying ordnance leak chemicals that pollute water ...
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