Ambassador Roya Rahmani held a teleconference with No One Left Behind to discuss a collaborative coronavirus relief plan for Afghanistan SIV's who lost their jobs during the COVID-19 pandemic. Ambassador Rahmani expressed her gratitude for them helping the 60,000 Afghans SIVs that reside in the United States
Ambassador Roya Rahmani spoke as a virtual guest speaker for the White House Leadership Development Program. Ambassador Rahmani discussed the US-Afghan relationship, highlighted Afghanistan’s progress over the last decades, and learned lessons.
Ambassador Roya Rahmani telemet with Norway's Ambassador Kare Aas. During the meeting they discussed the recent progress towards the Afghan peace process and Norway's Commitment for the process, specially women's rights.
Ambassador Roya Rahmani tele-met with Senator Lindsey Graham discussing the current situation, peace process, and the importance of women and youth participation. During the meeting Senator Graham reiterated his continued support for the Afghan National Defense and Security Forces (ANDSF) as the United State’s partner in the fight against terrorism
Ambassador Roya Rahmani had a phone call with Congresswoman Liz Cheney. They discussed the current situation, peace process and United States’s support to the ANDSF, as a reliable partner, in the fight against terrorism.
Ambassador Roya Rahmani tele-met with Karen Freeman, USAID’s Assistant to the Administrator for the Office of Afghanistan and Pakistan Affairs. They discussed the current situation, USAID’s activities in Afghanistan, and the state of the spread of COVID-19 in Afghanistan.
Ambassador Roya Rahmani had a tele-meeting with Ambassador Alice Wells, the State Department's Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary for the Bureau of South and Central Asian Affairs. They discussed Secretary Pompeo’s visit and the recent developments in Afghanistan.