|Helping Put Dar Back on Track
lot has been said about the bombings of the U.S. Embassies in East Africa last Aug. 7. Most of the media coverage so far has, appropriately, focused on the traumatic loss of life, serious injuries and extensive property damage. Little, however, has been said about the remarkable rebuilding efforts that started within hours of the bombings.
||Office of the Chief of Protocol|
rchestrating the high-level visit to Washington, D.C., of a chief of state or head of government; accrediting newly designated ambassadors; providing local police with information on diplomatic immunity; and organizing functions hosted by the Secretary of State. These are just a few of the activities in the Office of the Chief of Protocol, a lively and exciting section of the Secretary's offices established 70 years ago, where no two days are alike.
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