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  • Zebbug Primary School

    Visit to Zebbug Primary School

    Embassy Officer, Susan, read American children’s book “Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs” to students at Zebbug Primary School. We ended the activity with a donation of books to the school’s library. Today’s visit launched our annual School Outreach Program, now in its ninth year.

  • Ceremony to honor U.S. servicemen

    Ceremony to honor U.S. servicemen

    October 10, the Armed Forces of Malta and the Ancient & Honorable Artillery Company of Massachusetts honored the U.S. servicemen who fought to preserve Malta’s freedom during World War II. A plaque was unveiled at the Upper Barrakka Gardens, Valletta, in their memory.

  • Mosta Regional Library

    Embassy donates books to Mosta Regional Library

    On October 9, the U.S. Embassy’s Public Affairs Officer, Susan, visited the Mosta Regional Library and presented 30 books donated by U.S. Embassy staff and their families.

  • PAO

    U.S. Embassy at KSU Freshers' Week

    U.S. Embassy’s Deputy Chief of Mission, Mr. Terrence Flynn, and Public Affairs Officer, Susan, met with student groups at the KSU Freshers' Week at the University of Malta. Throughout the week, Embassy staffers and others advised students on U.S. educational opportunities. To learn about studying in the U.S. e-mail

  • Coastal Cleanup

    Coastal cleanup at Gnenja Bay

    To celebrate International Coastal Cleanup Day, volunteers from the U.S. Embassy, Nature Trust (Malta), Malta National Aquarium, Maltaqua, and Sharklab, together with several international students, cleaned up trash at Gnejna Bay, a Natura 2000 site, on Thursday, September 24.

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