U.S. Secretary of State Anthony Blinken will arrive in Europe next week, primarily to participate in the Munich Security Conference, which will include a number of bilateral meetings.
According to Yevropeiska Pravda, this is stated in an announcement by the US State Department.
Blinken's visit to Europe, which will generally last from February 14 to 17, will begin with Albania, which the United States calls "a key partner in maintaining stability in the Western Balkans and a reliable ally in support of Ukraine."
At the Munich Security Conference, Blinken will be part of a larger U.S. delegation led by Vice President Kamala Harris.
"The Secretary of State will hold bilateral meetings to emphasize the United States' continued support for the people of Ukraine, continue discussions with partners on how to achieve sustainable peace and security in the Middle East, and underscore our unwavering commitment to transatlantic security," the State Department said.
Author - Olena Madiak, 09/02/2024