Under Secretary Gottemoeller Travels to the Republic of Korea, China, the United Kingdom and Germany
Rose Gottemoeller, Under Secretary of State for Arms Control and International Security, will travel to Seoul, Beijing, London, Munich, and Berlin from January 30 to February 9. Under Secretary Gottemoeller will conduct bilateral and multilateral meetings on arms control and nonproliferation issues and participate in two international security conferences.
On January 30, Under Secretary Gottemoeller will lead the U.S. delegation at the U.S.-ROK Disarmament and Nonproliferation Consultation in Seoul, Republic of Korea.
On February 2, Under Secretary Gottemoeller will lead the U.S. Delegation at the U.S.-China Security Dialogue in Beijing, China.
From February 4-5, Under Secretary Gottemoeller will lead the U.S. Delegation to the Sixth Annual P5 Conference in London, United Kingdom. On February 5, she will deliver remarks on behalf of the United States at the P5 Conference public event.
From February 6-8, Under Secretary Gottemoeller will participate in the Munich Security Conference in Munich, Germany.
On February 9, Under Secretary Gottemoeller will travel to Berlin, Germany to deliver remarks on “Innovation in International Affairs” at the Hertie School of Governance. She will also meet with German counterparts at the Foreign Office to discuss international security issues.
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