State Department Officials Visit Kosovo, Mongolia, and Indonesia

The U.S. seeks to strengthen partnerships and alliances.

Deputy Secretary of State Kurt Campbell is meeting with Mongolian officials in Ulaanbaatar. State Department Spokesperson Matthew Miller said that Deputy Secretary Campbell “will highlight the Strategic Third Neighbor Partnership between the United States and Mongolia and the enduring friendship between the American and Mongolian people.“

Under Secretary of State for Civilian Security, Democracy, and Human Rights Uzra Zeya is in Jakarta, Indonesia, to “advance bilateral cooperation under the U.S.-Indonesia Comprehensive Strategic Partnership announced by President Biden and President Widodo in November 2023.“

Assistant Secretary for the Bureau of International Narcotics and Law Enforcement Affairs (INL) Todd Robinson is in Pristina, Kosovo, where he met with Kosovan President Vjosa Osmani and INL partners in the law enforcement and justice sectors.

As the Lord Leads, Pray with Us…

  • For discernment for Deputy Secretary Campbell, Under Secretary Zeya, and Assistant Secretary Robinson as they participate in their respective talks and engage foreign ministers and leaders.
  • For Secretary Antony Blinken to receive God’s direction as he heads U.S. diplomatic efforts around the world.
  • For the president and his foreign advisors to be led by the Lord as they craft foreign policies, agreements, and partnerships.

Sources: State Department


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