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Mission Statement

The mission of the United States Embassy is to advance the interests of the United States, and to serve and protect U.S. citizens in New Zealand.

The Ambassador is the personal representative of the President of the United States. As the chief advocate of U.S. policy, he is supported by personnel from the Department of State and other U.S. agencies.

The Embassy reports and analyzes developments in New Zealand of concern to the United States, and advances a broad range of U.S. policy initiatives.

The Embassy promotes United States’ economic and commercial interests, and the export of American agricultural and industrial products and services, and otherwise assists American business, workers and investors.

The Embassy engages the government and a broad range of organizations and individuals in New Zealand to promote shared values. Among others, these include individual freedom, human rights and democracy and the rule of law.
Bilateral Relations Statement

The Embassy engages in a rich dialog with the New Zealand government on a full range of bilateral and multilateral issues. These include such areas as regional security, peacekeeping, and democratic institution-building, as well as bilateral cooperation in law enforcement, educational and cultural exchange, and scientific research in Antarctica.

The Embassy seeks to encourage greater cooperation with New Zealand on economic and trade issues, both on a bilateral basis and in international organizations such as the World Trade Organization (WTO) and the Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) group. The Embassy also works to promote U.S. exports to New Zealand, reduce barriers to U.S. goods and services and protect the interests of U.S. investors.

The Embassy encourages New Zealand funding for democracy, human rights and sustainable development, and policies on environmental and nuclear questions compatible with U.S. interests. Strategic export restrictions, nuclear proliferation controls and trade sanctions are other areas of mutual effort.

Finally, the Embassy seeks to enhance the United States’ cooperation with New Zealand on terrorism, narcotics and other forms of international crime, and on extradition matters.

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Photos of US Embassy New Zealand (3)

  • [ Street PhotographyStreet Photography ] ChinaTown London [ Ricoh GXR ] by Takadanobaba Kurazawa
  • [ Street Photography ] I am Back from ChinaTown London by Takadanobaba Kurazawa
  • JJ JACK @Berlin by Takadanobaba Kurazawa
  • Quality First Home Improvement Youtube Channel /Quality1stHome by Quality First Home Improvement, Inc.

US Embassy New Zealand's favorite photos from other Flickr members (9)

  • Secretary Kerry Deplanes From his Air Force C32A at Boeing Field in Seattle, Washington by U.S. Department of State
  • Secretary Kerry Examines Birthday Cake, Oreo Cupcakes En Route to Climate Speech, Bilateral Meeting in Peru by U.S. Department of State
  • Poll Closing Times, 2010 Elections by TheElectoralMap.com
  • Space Shuttle Discovery DC Fly-Over (201204170006HQ) by NASA HQ PHOTO
  • National University of Samoa - the biggest Fale I have ever seen! by elorax
  • Otago July 2010 by FNZAA New Zealand
  • Otago July 2010 (3) by FNZAA New Zealand
  • Otago July 2010 (4) by FNZAA New Zealand
  • Otago July 2010 (2) by FNZAA New Zealand

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