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  • Two men shaking hands. (State Dept.)

    Secretary of State met with the Pakistani Interior Minister on the margins of the White House Summit to Counter Violent Extremism

  • U.S. Consul General Mr. Zach  with group (State Dept.)

    U.S. Consul General Mr. Zach at ribbon cutting ceremony of the Aquaculture Handbook

  • Two men shaking hands (State Dept)

    Prime Minister greets Secretary Kerry in Islamabad

  • A band playing on stage.

    American qawali band Fana-Fi-Allah performing in Lahore.

  • Several men clapping. (Photo Credit: State Dept.)

    Consul General unveiling the plaque for Hope Tower

  • Men with open hands looking at large certificate on wall (USCG Image)

    President Breaks Ground for USAID-funded Faculty of Education at Islamia University, Bahawalpur


  • Operating status of the Consulates General of the U.S. in Lahore and Peshawar

    There have been inaccurate statements in the media characterizing the operating status of the Consulates General of the United States in Lahore and Peshawar. For clarification, U.S. Consulate General Lahore and U.S. Consulate General Peshawar are open but have a limited operational status, which does not include provision of consular services, as has been the case for some time. 

  • President’s Call with Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif of Pakistan

    President Obama spoke by phone with Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif of Pakistan to discuss bilateral and regional issues. The two leaders agreed to continue to work together to strengthen U.S.-Pakistan relations and advance our shared interest of a stable, secure, and prosperous Pakistan and region. 

  • The United States Condemns the Attack in Shikarpur

    The U.S. Mission in Pakistan strongly condemns the attack on innocent people today at a mosque in Shikarpur and extends our deepest sympathies and condolences to the families of the victims. 

  • New Aquaculture Handbook is a Tool for Improving Pakistani Farmer Incomes and Food Security

    Pakistan’s fish farmers and entire aquaculture industry now have a new resource to encourage success, the Aquaculture Handbook—Fish Farming and Nutrition in Pakistan. The American Soybean Association’s (ASA) World Initiative for Soy in Human Health (WISHH) produced the handbook through the U.S. Department of Agriculture-funded “FEEDing Pakistan” project. U.S Consul General Mr. Zachary Harkenrider was the Guest of Honor at the launching ceremony of the handbook. 

  • USAID and PHDA host Seminar on Investment Opportunities for Feedlot Fattening Farms in Punjab

    Representatives from leading banks and potential investors from Punjab participated in a seminar today to discuss investment opportunities in feedlot fattening aimed at enhancing quality beef production in the province. The U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) funded Punjab Enabling Environment Project (PEEP) and the Punjab Halal Development Agency (PHDA) collaborated in hosting the seminar. 

Latest News From the Consulate

  • Hands playing a piano. (Photo Credit: State Department)
    American qawali band Fana-Fi-Allah performs in Lahore

    Lahore enjoyed mesmerizing performance of American qawali band Fana-Fi-Allah. The band performed in celebration of yearly urs of Data Ganj Baksh in Lahore. 

  • Orange the World in 16 Days
    Orange the World in 16 Days

    As a part of this year’s United Nations' “Orange the World in 16Days” campaign, U.S.-Pakistan Youth Councils, Lahore Chapters, celebrated Orange Day to raise awareness about violence against women and girls. 

  • Man giving items to a woman. (Photo Credit: State Department)
    Dengue Awareness Day in Lahore

    English Access students organized a dengue awareness day in Lahore. Participants discussed the ways to eradicate the deadly virus and arranged a cleanup activity. 

  • A young woman celebrating a birthday with a senior citizen
    A Day Out with Senior Citizens

    Lahore Chapter of Pak-US Alumni Network (PUAN) and U.S. Consulate’s Junior Youth Councils organized "A Day Out with Senior Citizens," in which they spent a day at Heavens Old Age Home, where they celebrated birthdays of two residents, played games, and cooked food for the senior citizens at the center. 

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