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Replacement of gym equipment

The US Mission Geneva has a requirement to purchase professional gym equipment.

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Interior Decoration for an Official Residence

The U.S. Mission Geneva has a requirement to decorate/purchase new furniture for an official residence located in the canton of Geneva.

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Purchase of New Vehicles

The U.S. Mission Geneva intend to purchase five motor vehicles for its fleet in Geneva.

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Purchase of a Cherry Picker

The U.S. Mission Geneva has a requirement to purchase a Cherry Picker for his chancery in Chambesy, Geneva.

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Remarks by Chargé Theodore Allegra at 4th of July Celebration

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The theme of our event this year is the culture of New Orleans — La Nouvelle-Orleans. And what a fitting theme it is for international Geneva!

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Ambassador Nikki Haley: Remarks at the Graduate Institute of Geneva

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America does not seek to leave the Human Rights Council. We seek to reestablish the Council’s legitimacy. There are a couple of critically necessary changes.

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Replacement of the Linoleum Stairwell

The U.S. Mission in Geneva intends to change the existing linoleum stairwell in its main building, 11 route de Pregny in Chambésy.

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Replacement of the Telephone System

The U.S. Mission Geneva has a requirement to replace the telephone switchboard and upgrade the Wi-Fi system in 5 residences and in the Mission main building in Chambésy.

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Students from the SIT visited the U.S. Mission

A group of students from the School for International Training (SIT) visited the U.S. Mission. The students visited the U.S. Mission as part of their study abroad program that examines the evolving role of multilateral diplomacy in international relations and responses to security challenges from the international hub of Geneva. The group met with Deputy Counselor for Public Affairs, Meg Riggs, and was briefed on the roles and responsibilities the U.S. Mission fulfills on Geneva's international stage.

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The students visited the U.S. Mission as part of their study abroad program that examines the evolving role of multilateral diplomacy in international relations and responses to security challenges from the international hub of Geneva.

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