US’s Acting Assistant Secretary for Global Public Affairs will visit Nepal, the United Arab Emirates, Uzbekistan, and the Kyrgyz Republic
The Acting Assistant Secretary for Global Public Affairs of the United States will visit Nepal, the United Arab Emirates, Uzbekistan, and the Kyrgyz Republic from September 28 to October 9. According to a media note from the US Department of State, Elizabeth Kennedy Trudeau will also meet with representatives of international media, students, journalists, influencers, as well as civil society groups, along with conducting meetings with American public diplomacy sections.
Furthermore, her 12-day trip will be focused on collaborating with American diplomatic missions on policy and communications goals, such as combating disinformation from China and Russia, continuing American assistance for the Afghan people, social equality, media freedom, and the environment.
In addition to this, Acting Assistant Secretary Trudeau in Nepal will hold roundtable conversations on disinformation and the function of the media in a democracy with alumni of the Embassy exchange program, media contacts, and minority group activists in the nation. In Kathmandu, she would also visit locations owned by the Ambassadors Fund for Cultural Preservation (AFCP).
During her visit to the UAE, Trudeau will engage in conversations with the Dubai Public Policy Research Center and pan-Arab media outlets. She will also tour the Global Public Affairs Regional Media Hub in Dubai and take part in press conferences.