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                                        ***THE DAILY PUBLIC SCHEDULE IS SUBJECT TO CHANGE***

SECRETARY ANTONY J. BLINKEN

1:00 p.m. Secretary Blinken participates in a virtual conversation with journalist Jonathan Capehart on “Pressing for Equality: Engaging on LGBTQI Issues Around the World”, from the Department of State. Please click here for more information.
(VIRTUAL OPEN PRESS COVERAGE)

This event will be live streamed on www.state.gov.

DEPUTY SECRETARY WENDY R. SHERMAN
11:00 a.m. Deputy Secretary Sherman meets with Foreign Minister of Sierra Leone David Francis, at the Department of State.
(CLOSED PRESS COVERAGE)

DEPUTY SECRETARY FOR MANAGEMENT AND RESOURCES BRIAN P. MCKEON

Deputy Secretary McKeon attends meetings and briefings, from the Department of State.

UNDER SECRETARY FOR POLITICAL AFFAIRS VICTORIA J. NULAND

Under Secretary Nuland attends meetings and briefings, from the Department of State.

ACTING ASSISTANT SECRETARY FOR EUROPEAN AND EURASIAN AFFAIRS PHILIP T. REEKER

Acting Assistant Secretary Reeker is on travel to Milan, Italy, from June 21-22, 2021. Please click here for more information.

ACTING ASSISTANT SECRETARY FOR SOUTH AND CENTRAL ASIAN AFFAIRS DEAN R. THOMPSON

Acting Assistant Secretary Thompson and Acting Coordinator for Counterterrorism John Godfrey are on travel to Uzbekistan and Tajikistan, from June 18-22, 2021.

ACTING COORDINATOR FOR COUNTERTERRORISM JOHN GODFREY

Acting Coordinator Godfrey and Acting Assistant Secretary for South and Central Asian Affairs Dean Thompson are on travel to Uzbekistan and Tajikistan, from June 18-22, 2021.

BRIEFING SCHEDULE 

2:30 p.m. Spokesperson Ned Price holds a telephonic press briefing.
(OPEN PRESS COVERAGE)

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