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  • Zambian-American Relations

    Zambian-American Relations

    Thank you very much for the invitation to come and talk to you today – and for coming to listen to me.

  • Zambia's President Edgar Chagwa Lungu (left) welcomes American Ambassador to Zambia Eric Schultz (right) and Deputy Chief of Mission David Young (center) on Thursday, February 19, 2015 at State House in Lusaka, Zambia. Picture by Salim Henry/State House. © 2015.

    Ambassador Schultz Pays Call on President Lungu

    During the meeting Ambassador Schultz and President Lungu discussed current political, economic, and social issues, and the nearly $500 million in assistance that the United States contributes to Zambian development.

  • American Chamber of Commerce Reception

    American Chamber of Commerce Reception

    Ambassador Schultz was joined last night by Commerce Minister Mwanakatwe and members of the American Chamber of Commerce at an Embassy reception. Ambassador Schultz, Minister Mwanakatwe and Chamber President Jason Kazilimani all spoke enthusiastically about Zambia’s bright outlook for trade and investment. Here he is pictured with Chamber President Jason Kazilimani, board members and staff.

  • Introducing U.S. Ambassador Eric Schultz

    Introducing U.S. Ambassador Eric Schultz

    You may have already seen photos or read articles about Ambassador Eric Schultz’s activities in Zambia. Now hear directly from him about why he is excited to serve as the U.S. Ambassador to the Republic of Zambia!

  • Ambassador Schultz meets with President Kaunda

    Ambassador Schultz meets with President Kaunda

    Ambassador Schultz meets with First Republican President Kenneth Kaunda.


  • United States Provides Medical Storage Units

    On February 11, 2015, officials from the Ministry of Community Development, Mother and Child Health (MCDMCH) and the Ministry of Health (MoH) gathered in Kabwe with United States Government representatives to mark the official handover of 17 prefabricated medical storage units.