U.S. in Munich to discuss opposition to Russian aggression in Ukraine – State Department

During the Munich Security Conference, representatives of the U.S. Administration intend to negotiate with key allies and partners to discuss coordination on global challenges, including the need to counter Russia’s aggression against Ukraine.

Acting Assistant Secretary for European and Eurasian Affairs Philip T. Reeker will travel to Munich, Germany; Paris, France; and Brussels, Belgium February 14–21.

On February 14, Ambassador Reeker will accompany Secretary Pompeo to Munich to attend the Munich Security Conference. While in Munich, Ambassador Reeker will hold bilateral meetings with key Allies and partners to discuss coordination on global challenges, including the need to counter Russia’s aggression against Ukraine.

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