Wess Mitchell, the U.S. Assistant Secretary of State for European and Eurasian Affairs, will visit Bucharest on Monday, where he will meet Romanian officials and independent analysts to discuss topics of regional security and economic cooperation, the U.S. State Department informs.
“On June 18 he will be in Bucharest, Romania, to meet with senior officials and independent analysts to discuss regional security and economic cooperation. He will lead the U.S. delegation to the sixth U.S.-Romania Strategic Partnership Dialogue, and he will deliver remarks at the University of Bucharest,” the U.S. State Department informs in a press release.
On June 19, the Assistant Secretary for European and Eurasian Affairs will travel to Zagreb, where he will meet with senior Croatian officials to discuss developments in Croatia and the region, “including Croatia’s contributions to regional stability and energy security,” according to the mentioned source.
On June 20 and 21, Wess Mitchell will be in Prague, to participate in the U.S.-Czech Republic Strategic Dialogue, meet with Czech officials, and deliver a speech co-hosted by the Prague European Summit and GLOBSEC.
On June 21-22, Wess Mitchell will visit Brussels to meet with Belgian Deputy Prime Minister Alexander De Croo. He will also discuss areas of U.S.-European cooperation with EU officials, and he will give a speech at Carnegie Europe.