Assistant Secretary of State for East Asian and Pacific Affairs Daniel J. Kritenbrink will travel to the People’s Republic of China and New Zealand from June 4–10.
In Beijing, Assistant Secretary Kritenbrink, joined by National Security Council Senior Director for China and Taiwan Affairs Sarah Beran, will discuss key issues in the bilateral relationship.
In Auckland, New Zealand, Assistant Secretary Kritenbrink will speak at the New Zealand Institute of International Affairs Conference. In Wellington, Assistant Secretary Kritenbrink will participate in the U.S.-New Zealand Strategic Dialogue to discuss issues affecting both countries like climate change, technology, economic and security cooperation, and our shared commitment to the Pacific.
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