The U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken will travel to Belgium from March 3 to 8, where, in particular, he will take part in a meeting of the foreign ministers of NATO and the G7, as well as to Poland, Moldova, Latvia, Lithuania and Estonia. This is stated in a statement issued on Wednesday by the press service of the Department of State.
“This trip is a continuation of extensive consultations and coordination with our NATO allies and European partners regarding Russia’s ongoing war against Ukraine, which was premeditated, unprovoked and unjustified,” the message says.
It notes that Blinken will also hold “additional meetings with partners in Brussels to discuss the global response to the Russian invasion, including continued coordination between allies and partners regarding the creation of large-scale consequences and severe economic costs for Russia.”
Blinken will take part in the meeting of the foreign ministers of NATO and the G7, will meet with colleagues from the EU.