Uzra Zeya will lead the American delegation at the first meeting of the high-level working group on human rights.

The U.S. Deputy Secretary of State Uzra Zeya, who oversees human rights and democracy issues, will visit Kazakhstan and Kyrgyzstan on April 11-16. This was reported on Thursday by the press service of the Department of State.

“In Kazakhstan, Deputy Secretary of State Zeya will meet with high-ranking government representatives to discuss strengthening the bilateral partnership between the United States and Kazakhstan, as well as creating a more unified, prosperous and secure Central Asia,” the message reads. Zeya will lead the American delegation at the first meeting of the high-level working group on human rights.

“Deputy Secretary of State Zeya will then travel to Bishkek, where she will meet with high-ranking government representatives in order to strengthen cooperation on bilateral and global issues, as well as to discuss the importance of democratic institutions,” the press service reported.