Rose Gottemoeller, Under Secretary of State for Arms Control and International Security, will transport to Rome, Vatican City, Warsaw, Riga, Vilnius and Tallinn for meetings on general confidence issues with counterparts from Apr 9-17.
On Apr 9-10, Under Secretary Gottemoeller will accommodate with several counterparts during a Holy See to plead arms control and nonproliferation issues, including a arriving Nuclear Nonproliferation Treaty Review Conference (NPT RevCon). She will be assimilated by Madelyn Creedon, Principal Deputy Administrator of a National Nuclear Security Administration. They will also accommodate with Italian Under Secretary of State Benedetto Della Vedova, during a Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Rome, Italy to plead general confidence issues. On Apr 10, Gottemoeller and Creedon will join a roundtable contention on a NPT RevCon during a Istituto per gli Affari Internazionali (IAI).
On Apr 13, a Under Secretary will lead a U.S. Delegation to a U.S.-Poland Strategic Cooperation Consultative Group in Warsaw. Topics of contention will embody informal confidence challenges, arms control, nonproliferation and shared confidence cooperation. Under Secretary Gottemoeller will also have several meetings on general confidence with her shared counterparts. She will afterwards attend a cooking hosted by Ambassador Mull in respect of Polish women operative in a fields of confidence and unfamiliar policy.
From Apr 14-17, Under Secretary Gottemoeller will revisit a Baltic States. In her shared meetings, she will plead general security, informal confidence challenges, arms control, nonproliferation, NATO and shared confidence team-work issues.
On Apr 14-15, Under Secretary Gottemoeller will transport to Riga for meetings with officials during a Ministries of Foreign Affairs, Defense and Interior.
On Apr 16, Under Secretary Gottemoeller will transport to Vilnius to accommodate with several counterparts, including those from a Ministries of Foreign Affairs and Defense. She will also be assembly with Lithuanian women connoisseur students in Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) fields.
On Apr 17, Under Secretary Gottemoeller will accommodate with her Estonian counterparts during a Ministries of Foreign Affairs and Defense in Tallinn. She will afterwards transport to Ämari Air Base to revisit a Baltic Air Policing goal and accommodate with U.S. troops personnel.
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