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  • Randy Berry, U.S. Special Envoy for the Human Rights of LGBTI persons in Uruguay. [U.S. Embassy Photo: Pablo Castro]

    U.S. Special Envoy Randy Berry Visited Uruguay

    The diplomat met with activists, advocates, government officials and private-sector representatives to hear their concerns and to develop strategies to advance LGBTI rights in Uruguay.

  • U.S. Chargé d'Affaires Bradley Freden during tree plantation Ceremony [U.S. Embassy Photo: Juan Francisco Casal]

    Bradley Freden Planted the "Tree of Commitment”

    U.S. Chargé d'Affaires participated in a tree planting Ceremony that took place June 5, 2015 at Martin Luther King Public School. The School Principal, Carmen Lopez, and a group of teachers and students also participated in this activity.

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  • World Environment Day

    Secretary John Kerry on World Environment Day

    "We can recycle more. And we can choose to buy our food from sustainable sources. As nations and as individuals, we need to unite to protect our planet. We know what needs to be done; now we need to take action."

  • Group Photo of Company E's ensemble in Uruguay. [U.S. Embassy Photo: Juan Francisco Casal]

    Cultural Diplomacy Program with Company E

    An American theatre company, Company E conducted a seven-day workshop with young Uruguayan artists in order to prepare a Broadway review that was presented at the National Auditorium on May 23 and 24, 2015.

    ALSO:  Photos
  • Robot Diplomacy Workshop at Liceo Impulso [U.S. Embassy Photo: Juan Francisco Casal]

    Robot Diplomacy Program at Liceo Impulso

    The Public Affairs Section and the Engineering Services Center (ESC) of Embassy Montevideo teamed up to present their Robot Diplomacy Program, this time at Liceo Impulso, with the objective of promoting STEM (Science, Technology, Environment and Mathematics) Education.

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