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  • Secretary Kerry Travels to Panama

    Secretary of State John Kerry will travel to Panama City, Panama, from April 9 to 10 to join President Obama at the Seventh Summit of the Americas, which will include participation by all 35 countries in the Western Hemisphere for the first time.  

  • Message for U.S. Citizens: Road Closures during the 2015 Summit of the Americas

    Due to the various activities and forums taking place during the Summit of the Americas, the Government of Panama plans to partially close a number of roads near the Atlapa Convention Center, Calle 50, Panama Viejo, and Corredor Sur from April 9 until April 11.  

  • Customer Service Improvements in U.S. Consulate

    The U.S. Consular Section in Panama has recently unveiled a series of improvements to the customer service experience for both U.S. citizens and Panamanians. 

  • Statement by the Press Secretary on the President’s Travel to Jamaica and Panama

    The President will then travel to Panama where he will participate with 34 other leaders in the Seventh Summit of the Americas. While in Panama, President Obama will hold a bilateral meeting with Panamanian President Juan Carlos Varela, and meet with leaders from the Central American Integration System (SICA).  

  • FACT SHEET: Promoting Prosperity, Security and Good Governance in Central America

    The Administration announced that the President will request an historic $1 billion as part of his Fiscal Year 2016 Budget to contribute to the evolution of an economically-integrated Central America that is fully democratic. 

  • Foreign Service Officer Test (FSOT)

    Your career starts by visiting our website at www.careers.state.gov where you can explore who we are, what we’re about, and more. It’s also where you can register for the next Foreign Service Officer Test (FSOT).   www.careers.state.gov  »

  • Ambassador Farrar Remarks on Veterans Day, 2014

    Good morning. We gather today on sacred ground to honor those who gave their lives in the defense of freedom and the selfless belief in ideals rooted in the United States Constitution. The Corozal American Cemetery is a fitting place for this observance. Here rest hundreds of Americans who answered our nation’s call to service, without whom the world as we know it would be a much different place.