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Assistant Secretary of State for European and Eurasian Affairs Phil Gordon is traveling to Greece and Turkey until July 31. In Athens, he will discuss economic reforms and foreign policy issues with senior government officials, political party leaders, and members of the business and think tank communities. On July 29, he will arrive in Istanbul, ...

Assistant Secretary of State for European and Eurasian Affairs Phil Gordon is traveling to Greece and Turkey until July 31. In Athens, he will discuss economic reforms and foreign policy issues with senior government officials, political party leaders, and members of the business and think tank communities. On July 29, he will arrive in Istanbul, where he will meet with senior Turkish government officials to discuss various bilateral and global issues.

Elsewhere:

  • Secretary of State Hillary Clinton will meet with outgoing U.S. Ambassador to Afghanistan Ryan Crocker and former U.S. Ambassador to Pakistan Cameron Munter in Washington. Deputy Secretary of State Bill Burns will also meet with Crocker today.
  • National Security Adviser Tom Donilon concluded two days of talks with senior Chinese officials, including President Hu Jintao, on Wednesday night in Beijing. According to a senior administration official, the talks focused on North Korea, the dispute over the South China Sea, and the administration’s pivot towards Asia.
  • In Vienna, Acting Undersecretary for Arms Control and International Security Rose Gottemoeller will consult with counterparts on strengthening conventional arms control in Europe.
  • In London, Special Representative to Muslim Communities Farah Pandith and Special Envoy to Monitor and Combat Anti-Semitism Hannah Rosenthal will attend events for the 2012 Hours Against Hate campaign’s Olympic partnership.
  • Special Representative for Global Intergovernmental Affairs Reta Jo Lewis is in Russia to promote U.S.-Russia subnational dialogue and engagement.

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