Bureau of European and Eurasian Affairs

Outline map of EuropeThe Bureau of European and Eurasian Affairs, headed by Senior Bureau Official Michael J. Murphy, develops and implements U.S. foreign policy in Europe and Eurasia. The Bureau promotes U.S. interests in the region on issues such as international security, NATO, coordination with the European Union and other regional organizations, support for democracy, human rights, civil society, economic prosperity, counterterrorism, and nonproliferation.

For speaking and interview requests on European and Eurasian Affairs, please email your request to the Bureau of European and Eurasian Affairs' Office of Press and Policy Outreach at EUR-Press-DL@state.gov.

Travel to Hungary, Slovakia, Poland, Belgium, and Iceland

From February 11-15, Secretary Pompeo traveled to Hungary, Slovakia, Poland, Belgium, and Iceland. In Hungary, he discussed a range of issues in the U.S.-Hungary bilateral relationship. In Slovakia, he discussed the U.S.-Slovak security relationship and spoke with students. In Poland, he co-hosted the “Ministerial to Promote a Future of Peace and Security in the Middle East.” In Belgium, he discussed U.S.-EU cooperation on a range of key issues. In Iceland, he discussed security issues in the North Atlantic, Iceland’s upcoming chairmanship of the Arctic Council, and growing economic relations. Trip Page»

Travel to Belgium

From December 3-5, Secretary Pompeo traveled to Brussels, Belgium, to participate in the semi-annual meeting of NATO Foreign Ministers. While in Belgium, Secretary Pompeo also met with Belgian Prime Minister Michel to discuss how the two countries can partner on areas of mutual concern. Trip Page»

Travel to France

From November 10-11, Secretary Pompeo traveled to Paris, France, where he joined President Trump in commemorating the 100th anniversary of the end of the first World War, including visits to memorial sites and cemeteries to honor our shared sacrifice and reaffirm the Transatlantic Alliance. Trip Page»