Statement by U.S. Ambassador W. Robert Kohorst

April 14, 2018 The precision strikes by U.S., French, and British Forces were focused on crippling Syria’s chemical weapons capability and deterring their future use, consistent with U.S. and our allies’ policy on Syria. The chemical weapons attacks by the Syrian regime violate its obligations under Security Council resolution 2118 and the Chemical Weapons Convention and ...
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Embassy hosts Law Students

On May 8, 2018, Ambassador W. Robert Kohorst met with 20 Croatian law students, members of the European Law Students Association (ELSA) from the University of Zagreb, who wanted to learn more about the American legal system and American culture. Students also talked to Defense Attaché Robert Mathers, Political Officer Daniel Carroll and with the ...
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Croatia’s Most Famous Tree Grows on U.S Soil

Ambassador Noyes, Mayor Jasmin Krizmanić and other guests from Gornja Stubica planted an offspring of the most famous tree in Croatia – the Gupčeva Lipa – in front of the Embassy on April 27 to celebrate both the Green Week and the 25th anniversary of bilateral relations US Croatia.
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Why Are American Corners Important?

Ambassador Julieta Valls Noyes joined the American Corner staff and host library directors from 5 American Corners – Zagreb, Zadar, Osijek, Vukovar and Rijeka at a retreat in Osijek on February 10.  American Corners are important partners of the Embassy and we work together on the promotion of science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM), English ...
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Ambassador Noyes Greets Political Science Students

Zagreb University’s Political Science students visited the U.S. Embassy on May 25, 2016. They were welcomed by the Ambassador, who answered their questions about current political and economic issues. During their visit, the students also met with American diplomats and talked to the Marines about their lives in Croatia.
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