Assistant Secretary for Arms Control, Verification and Compliance Frank A. Rose will travel to Romania, Israel, and Turkey, March 28-April 4, for consultations on space security, missile defense, and other bilateral and multilateral security topics, a release from the US Department of State informs.
On March 30, Assistant Secretary Rose will meet senior officials from Romania’s Ministries of Defense and Foreign Affairs to discuss cooperation on missile defense, arms control, and other subjects related to the NATO Alliance. He also will deliver keynote remarks at the Romanian-American University and the National School of Politics and Administration concerning progress on the U.S.-NATO missile defense architecture.
March 30-April 1, Assistant Secretary Rose will meet with Israeli officials and conduct public outreach activities. In Tel Aviv, Assistant Secretary Rose will meet with senior officials in Israel’s Ministry of Defense to discuss a range of bilateral security topics. On April 1, he will meet with senior officials from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Jerusalem to discuss bilateral strategic cooperation.
April 2-4, Assistant Secretary Rose will travel to Ankara, Turkey. During this time, he will lead the U.S. delegation in its consultations with senior officials from the Turkish Ministry of Foreign Affairs and other officials on a variety of strategic issues of mutual concern.
Congressman Michael Turner to meet President Klaus Iohannis
Michael Turner, US Congressman who leads the friendship group with Romania, will come to Bucharest also on Monday. Last week, another delegation of the US Congress visited Bucharest, informs hotnews.ro.
Michael Turner will meet at the Cotroceni Palace with President Klaus Iohannis, according to a Presidential Administration release. He will be accompanied on his visit to Romania by Loretta Sanchez (co-president of the pro Romania congressional group), and will participate ito the Forum New Prospects of the U.S. – Romania Strategic Partnership, which will take place at the Central University Library under the patronage of the President Klaus Iohannis.