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Reception at the Embassy of Afghanistan


Embassy of Afghanistan
Washington, DC
March 3, 2008

On March 3rd, Ambassador Said Tayeb Jawad hosted a Reception to discuss the needs of the Afghan justice system and the importance of the Public-Private Partnership for Justice Reform in Afghanistan. Ambassador Thomas A. Schweich, U.S. Coordinator for Counternarcotics and Justice Reform in Afghanistan, and Robert O’Brien, Partner at Arent Fox LLP, participated in the event. [State Dept. photos]

Ambassador Schweich (at podium) discusses the Public-Private Partnership for Justice Reform in Afghanistan. [State Dept. photo]
Ambassador Schweich (at podium) discusses the Public-Private Partnership for Justice Reform in Afghanistan.
Robert O’Brien, Co-chair of the Public-Private Partnership (at podium) shares his experiences in Afghanistan. Ambassador Jawad in the background. [State Dept. photo]
Robert O’Brien, Co-chair of the Public-Private Partnership (at podium) shares his experiences in Afghanistan. Ambassador Jawad in the background.
Guests enjoy authentic Afghan cuisine. [State Dept. photo]
Guests enjoy authentic Afghan cuisine.


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