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From May 31-June 3, 2022, Deputy Secretary of Commerce Don Graves will travel to The Hague, Netherlands, and Brussels, Belgium, to meet with representatives of the Dutch and Belgian governments, as well as the European Commission and private industry representatives to discuss geopolitical and transatlantic trade issues of mutual interest, including semiconductor production, joint work to secure supply chains, and cooperation on export controls in response to Russia’s unlawful aggression.

“I look forward to this opportunity to engage with European leaders and industry to further strengthen our transatlantic partnerships and mutual democratic values as well as the priorities of the Biden-Harris Administration for global economic recovery and regional security,” said Deputy Secretary Graves.

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