Ambassador’s Residence Goes Green
U.S. Ambassador Lee A. Feinstein is installing some energy-saving technologies that will make his official residence a bit “greener” and more energy-efficient.
The American Embassy in Warsaw is among 70 U.S. embassies taking part in the Department of State’s League of Green Embassies program to promote energy efficiency. [more]
· Press Release: Opel Ampera to be Previewed at “Greening the Ambassador’s Residence” Event [PDF 185.04 Kb]
· Facebook photo contest
· LEARN about the League of Green Embassies initiative
· LEARN about the Alliance to Save Energy
· VISIT the official COP-17 website
Ronald Reagan Statue In Warsaw
On November 21st, across from the U.S. Embassy, Ambassador Lee Feinstein and U.S. Congressmen David Dreier, Ed Whitfield, and Donald Payne joined former President of Poland and Solidarity Leader Lech Wałęsa to unveil a statue in honor of the 40th President of the United States, Ronald Reagan.
· READ the Ambassador’s Remarks (as delivered) (PDF 81.24 Kb)
· READ President Obama’s Letter (PDF 119.54 Kb)
· READ Nancy Reagan’s Letter (PDF 131.09 Kb)
· Photo Gallery
2010 Intl. Religious Freedom Report
The U.S. Department of State releases annual Country Reports on International Religious Freedom. The Report documents major developments with respect to religious freedom in 198 countries and territories from July-December 2010. The report reflects a broad understanding of universal religious freedom, one that includes the rights to hold private beliefs, including agnosticism or atheism, as well as the right to communal religious expression and education.
· Read About Poland in the Report
· Read Sec. Clinton’s Remarks (9/13/2011)
· Read Remarks by Assistant Secretary for Democracy, Human Rights, and Labor Michael Posner and Ambassador-at-Large for International Religious Freedom Suzan Johnson Cook (9/13/2011)
· Follow AMB Suzan Johnson Cook on Twitter
· Follow AMB Suzan Johnson Cook on Facebook
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