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The U.S. Embassy in Gabon offers its sincere condolences on the sudden, tragic passing of Gabonese Minister of Foreign Affairs, Mr. Michael Moussa-Ada

The U.S. Embassy in Gabon offers its sincere condolences on the sudden, tragic passing of Gabonese Minister of Foreign Affairs, Mr. Michael Moussa-Adamo. As Foreign Minister, Defense Minister, and as Gabon’s Ambassador to the United States, Mr. Moussa-Adamo was a close friend of the United States, and a strong supporter of closer ties between our ...
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President Ali Bongo Ondimba meets with AFRICOM Commander

Gabonese President Ali Bongo Ondimba met on Wednesday with General Michael Langley, commander of U.S. Africa Command (AFRICOM). Their discussions focused on strengthening security cooperation between Gabon and the United States. Based in Stuttgart, Germany, U.S. AFRICOM is one of seven geographic joint combatant commands and is responsible for all U.S. military operations and activities ...
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AFRICOM Commander meets with Gabonese authorities

United States Marine Corps Gen. Michael Langley met Tuesday with Minister of Defense Félicité Ongouori Ngoubili in the presence of senior military officials from both countries. This was General Michael Langley’s first visit to the Gabonese capital Libreville since he took over the command of the United States Africa Command in August 2022. The meeting ...
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U.S. Embassy donates thousands of bottles of water to children’s shelters

Ellen Thorburn, Chargé d’Affaires at U.S. Embassy Libreville, and Deputy Chief of Mission David Mosby took part in the Office of Security Cooperation’s initiative to distribute more than 11,000 bottles of water to five children’s shelters in Libreville. The five facilities are : St. John’s Seminary geriatric ward, Sisters of St. Mary’s Cathedral boarding school, ...
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11,000 additional bottles of water distributed to six health facilities in Libreville

David Mosby, Deputy Chief of Mission at U.S. Embassy Libreville, pursued the Office of Security Cooperation’s initiative to distribute 11,000 additional bottles of water to six health facilities in Libreville. They include the Direction Générale des Services de la Santé, in support of the upcoming campaign on reproductive health and safety in schools, the Association ...
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