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Assistant Secretary Nuland Travel to Georgia, Ukraine, Poland, Kosovo, Albania, Macedonia, Serbia, and Cyprus

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by July 7, 2016 General

U.S. Assistant Secretary of State for European and Eurasian Affairs Victoria Nuland is accompanying U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry as he travels to Tbilisi, Georgia; Kyiv, Ukraine; and Warsaw, Poland.

On July 10, she will travel to Pristina, Kosovo, to meet with senior government officials and civil society representatives on a range of bilateral and regional issues, including progress on Serbia-Kosovo Dialogue implementation, support for Kosovo’s continued Euro-Atlantic integration, and anti-corruption efforts.

Assistant Secretary Nuland will then travel to Tirana, Albania, where she will meet with senior government officials, political leaders, and civil society representatives to discuss bilateral and regional issues, including judicial reform.

On July 11, she will travel to Skopje, Macedonia, to meet with senior government officials to discuss bilateral and regional issues, including the need to resolve the ongoing political crisis, support the work of the Special Prosecutor’s office, and create conditions for credible elections.

She will then travel to Belgrade, Serbia, to meet with senior government officials and civil society representatives to discuss a range of bilateral and regional issues, including progress on Serbia-Kosovo Dialogue implementation, and continued support for Serbia’s EU accession efforts.

Assistant Secretary Nuland will then travel to Nicosia, Cyprus on July 12, to meet with Republic of Cyprus officials to discuss bilateral and regional issues. She will also meet with Greek Cypriot and Turkish Cypriot leaders and UN Special Advisor Eide to convey continued U.S. support for a fair and lasting settlement of the Cyprus problem through the process facilitated by the UN Secretary General’s Good Offices Mission.

Source: U.S. State Department.

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