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    Consul General Visit Basrah Oil and Gas Conference

    Consul General Matthias Mitman addressed the opening ceremony of the Basrah Oil and Gas Conference and spoke with Basrah Governor Majid al-Nasrawi. He also toured the exhibition hall and talked with representatives from 12 U.S.-based companies who were in attendance. (Click photo to read more)

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    Consul General Visit Basrah Oil and Gas Conference

    Consul General Matthias Mitman addressed the opening ceremony of the Basrah Oil and Gas Conference and spoke with Basrah Governor Majid al-Nasrawi. He also toured the exhibition hall and talked with representatives from 12 U.S.-based companies who were in attendance. (Click photo to read more)

  • U.S./Iraqi Joint Venture Inaugurates New Port Facility in Basrah

    U.S./Iraqi Joint Venture Inaugurates New Port Facility in Basrah

    U.S. Consul General Matthias Mitman was among the VIP speakers at the October 27 opening celebration of the North America Western Asia Holdings (NAWAH) state of the art facility at Berth 14 of Al-Maqal Port in Basrah. (Click photo to read more)

  • U.S. Consul General Visit to Basrah Sports City

    U.S. Consul General Visit to Basrah Sports City

    The U.S. Consul General Mr. Mitman visited Basrah Sports City on October 23 and discussed construction progress with Project Manager Kevin Jencks (an American) of AMBS Consultancy, a British-Iraqi company, and Mohammed Taha (an Iraqi) of ThreeSixty Architecture, a U.S. company. (Click photo to read more)

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    International Women’s Day Celebration

    U.S. Deputy Consul General Jason Cubas spoke on the importance of women’s rights at the March 11 celebration of International Women’s Day 2014 at the University of Basrah. (Click photo to read more)

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    • Travel Warning:

      The U.S. Department of State warns U.S. citizens against all but essential travel to Iraq.Due to heightened safety and security risks and the ongoing threat of terrorist activities throughout Iraq, the U.S. government remains highly concerned about the danger to U.S. citizens, whether visiting or residing in Iraq, and to U.S. facilities and businesses.  Threats against U.S. interests, U.S. assets, and foreign companies employing U.S. personnel in Iraq have been reported, related to a possible U.S. military strike on Syria.

      http://iraq.usembassy.gov/em091013.html
       

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