Afghanistan’s embassy in Washington, D.C. has called on international law firm Hogan Lovells to provide communications assistance in a bid to strengthen bilateral relations between the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan and the United States.


The matters at the heart of HL’s representation involve military and diplomatic relations.

HL will conduct outreach to U.S. government officials in the Executive and Legislative branches, according to Foreign Agents Registration Acts documents filed in March.

The three-month contract, which began in March, brings HL $35,000 a month and may be renewed at terms to be agreed upon by both parties.