United States Code
USC most recently checked for updates: Mar 01, 2024
Any executive branch agency having employees in a foreign country shall keep the chief of mission to that country fully and currently informed with respect to all activities and operations of its employees in that country, and shall insure that all of its employees in that country (except for Voice of America correspondents on official assignment and employees under the command of a United States area military commander) comply fully with all applicable directives of the chief of mission.
Each chief of mission to a foreign country shall have as a principal duty the promotion of United States goods and services for export to such country.
Each chief of mission to a foreign country shall have as a principal duty the promotion of United States economic and commercial interests in such country.