It will be held on February 18-20.
U.S. Vice President Kamala Harris intends to attend the Munich Security Conference, which will be held on February 18-20. This is stated in a statement issued on Wednesday by the Harris press service.
According to the document, the U.S. Vice President “will travel to Munich, where he will take part in the Munich Security Conference on February 18-20.” “In addition to the active interaction conducted by the administration of [U.S. President Joe] Biden and Harris with European allies and partners, the Vice President’s contacts in Munich will demonstrate our unwavering commitments to NATO allies, confirm our common interest in strengthening the principles that have been the basis for peace and security in Europe since World War II, and emphasize our commitment to the sovereignty and territorial integrity of Ukraine,” the statement said.
As reported by Reuters with reference to a US official, Harris will hold a number of meetings in Germany with representatives of countries from among Washington’s allies to discuss the situation around Ukraine. In his speech at the conference, the U.S. Vice President will outline the key provisions of American policy on a number of issues.