“Deputy Secretary of State John J. Sullivan will travel to Bratislava, Vienna, Sofia, Sarajevo, Skopje, and Warsaw from December 12-20. On December 12 in Bratislava, Slovakia, Deputy Secretary Sullivan will underscore the importance of U.S.-Slovak bilateral relations and urge senior Slovak officials to use their upcoming chairpersonship of the OSCE to strengthen the organization’s response to Russia’s aggression in Europe. While in Bratislava, he will also discuss defense modernization and cooperation.” (STL)
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Here's an outline for @IRF_Ambassador, Sam Brownback's trip. At each destination he takes time to talk to the area's religious leaders, mixing in a few extra events throughout his stops.
Ambassador at Large for International Religious Freedom, @IRF_Ambassador, Sam Brownback kicked off his visit to the Balkans in #Serbia on Monday and #BiH on Tuesday.
He'll stay in the Balkans until Tuesday the 19th.
Other big names that endorsed @JoeBiden include former #US Amb. to #BiH Thomas J. Miller, and former US Amb. to Bolivia Robert Gelbard (#Bolivia).
Gelbard also served as a Presidential Special Representative to the #Balkans.
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