New Ambassador of USA in Uzbekistan

Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the United States of America George Krol is completing his diplomatic mission in Tashkent.

At the final meeting the President of Uzbekistan Islam Karimov noted a positive dynamics of the Uzbek-American relations in all spheres of mutual interest. The President praised the personal contribution of Ambassador George Krol in consistent strengthening of cooperation between Uzbekistan and the United States.

US diplomat sincerely thanked Uzbekistan for the warm welcome and noted that while working in the country, he witnessed important political events, the conversion efficiency of the economy, social and other policies. This naturally leads the country in a number of popular and promising partners in the international arena.

George Krol, arrived in Tashkent as the US ambassador on June 27, 2011. Prior to his appointment as ambassador, he served as Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for South and Central Asia.

The next mission George Krol will in the US Embassy in Kazakhstan. New US Ambassador to Uzbekistan will be Pamela Spratly who was the US ambassador to Kyrgyzstan.

60-year-old Pamela Spratlen was born in Columbus, Ohio. She graduated from Wellesley College and the University of California at Berkeley.

Nine years worked as an advisor and consultant to the budget committee of the House of Representatives, California. Then joined the Foreign Service, she worked as an economist at the US State Department.

Spratlen also served as the US Consul General in Vladivostok and worked at the US Embassy in Astana.

Reported RIA news


About Ahmed Islamov

I was born and raised in Uzbekistan and lived in that country for about two thirds of my life. I left the country about 14 years ago but sustained tight bonds with my family and friends living there. I know and communicate personally with hundreds of people including blue-, white- or pink-collar workers. I am naturally very attached to and concerned with everything that is going on there.
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