#SecKerry To Hold First #YouthConnect Event on Inaugural Trip to Europe and the Middle East

From DipNote: Latest Stories Sun Feb 24 2013, 14:44:00

Earlier today, Secretary of State John Kerry departed on his inaugural overseas trip as Secretary of State. From February 24 to March 6, he will travel to the United Kingdom, Germany, France, Italy, Turkey, Egypt, Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, and Qatar.

The Secretary will begin his trip in London, the United Kingdom, where he will meet with senior British officials to discuss the range of bilateral and global issues on which we are closely coordinating. British Foreign Secretary William Hague already tweeted his delight to be hosting Secretary Kerry's first overseas stop. Tweet us your thoughts... more »

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