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  • Coast Guard air crew drops medical supplies

    Coast Guard Crew Drops Medical Supplies

    A Coast Guard aircrew dropped medical supplies to a Colombian fishing vessel 900 miles northwest of Galapagos Island, Sunday

  • Ambassador Namm and College Horizons students

    Visit to Imbabura

    Last Thursday and Friday, Ambassador Adam Namm visited Cotacachi and Ibarra to participate in various activities that strengthen cultural ties between the United States and Ecuador.

  • Members of the American Spiritual Ensemble

    American Spiritual Ensemble

    Sponsored by the US Embassy and the Teatro Nacional Sucre Foundation, the American Spiritual Ensemble will perform at the Sacred Music Festival in Quito and Chota Valley

  • The American Corner and its new image

    The American Corner and its new look

    On March 6, the US Embassy opened to the public the renovated American Corner in the Children’s Room at the “Gonzalez Suárez” Municipal Library in the Metropolitan Cultural Center

Headlines

  • Statement on Cuba

    Good afternoon, everybody. Thank you for your patience. In Washington a few moments ago, President Obama announced that we had...

  • Same-sex Marriage is a Right

    Today’s U.S. Supreme Court decision ensuring a nationwide right to same-sex marriage marks a significant milestone on the path to..

Washington News

Notice

  • In anticipation of the Pope’s visit to Quito, the Government of Ecuador has imposed significant traffic restrictions throughout the city on Monday, July 6.  For this reason, the Consular Section of the U.S. Embassy in Quito is currently rescheduling all appointments scheduled for that day.   If your visa appointment has been rescheduled but you urgently need to appear on July 6, please follow the expedite procedures on the https://usvisa-info.com/ site.  American Citizens in an emergency situation should contact the consular section at ACSQuito@state.gov.

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