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 Kerry arrived in Germany to discuss Ukraine, Syria with Steinmeier

U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry is on a visit to Germany starting from Monday, Dec. 4.

Kerry arrived in Germany to discuss cooperation on a range of regional and global issues, including the upcoming NATO and OSCE Ministerials, Syria, and Ukraine, Censor.NET reports citing the official website of the Department of State.

Kerry will meet in Berlin with German Foreign Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier.

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Secretary Kerry will then travel to Brussels, Belgium on Dec. 6-7, to attend the NATO Foreign Ministerial. The secretary will meet with his counterparts from NATO Ally and partner nations to further efforts to strengthen NATO's security, to project stability to the Alliance's east and south, and to strengthen NATO-EU cooperation.

While in Brussels, Secretary Kerry will also meet with EU High Representative for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy Federica Mogherini to discuss cooperation between the United States and the European Union on a range of global issues.

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On Dec. 7-8, Secretary Kerry will travel to Hamburg, Germany, to attend the OSCE Ministerial Council, hosted by the OSCE Chairman-in-Office, German Foreign Minister Steinmeier. The Secretary will meet with his counterparts from the 57 OSCE participating states, where he will emphasize the need for all 57 to uphold and implement OSCE principles and commitments, including on human rights and military security.
 
 
 
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