*THE DAILY PUBLIC SCHEDULE IS SUBJECT TO CHANGE*

DEPARTMENT OF STATE
PUBLIC SCHEDULE

TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 2019

SECRETARY MICHAEL R. POMPEO

1:30 p.m.  Secretary Pompeo and Secretary of the Treasury Steven Mnuchin hold a press briefing, at the White House.

(MEDIA DETERMINED BY THE WHITE HOUSE)

2:30 p.m.  Secretary Pompeo attends Vice President Mike Pence’s meeting with Mexican Foreign Secretary Marcelo Ebrard, at the White House.

(MEDIA DETERMINED BY THE WHITE HOUSE)

DEPUTY SECRETARY JOHN SULLIVAN

Deputy Secretary Sullivan attends meetings and briefings, at the Department of State.

UNDER SECRETARY FOR POLITICAL AFFAIRS DAVID HALE

1:00 p.m. Under Secretary Hale delivers opening remarks at the launch of the Instability Monitoring and Analysis Platform, at the Department of State.

(CLOSED PRESS COVERAGE)

ASSISTANT SECRETARY FOR EAST ASIAN AND PACIFIC AFFAIRS DAVID R. STILWELL

10:00 a.m. Assistant Secretary Stilwell meets with Thailand’s Ambassador to the United States Thani Thongphakdi, at the Department of State.

(CLOSED PRESS COVERAGE)

12:30 p.m. Assistant Secretary Stilwell attends a meeting hosted by the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, in Washington, D.C.

(MEDIA DETERMINED BY HOST)

ASSISTANT SECRETARY FOR NEAR EASTERN AFFAIRS DAVID SCHENKER

Assistant Secretary Schenker is on travel to Saudi Arabia, Tunisia, Jordan, and Lebanon from September 4-13.  Please click here for more information.

ASSISTANT SECRETARY FOR ECONOMIC AND BUSINESS AFFAIRS MANISHA SINGH

2:00 p.m. Assistant Secretary Singh hosts an Innovation Roundtable on “Artificial Intelligence,” at the Department of State. Please click here for more information.

(CLOSED PRESS COVERAGE)

ACTING ASSISTANT SECRETARY FOR EUROPEAN AND EURASIAN AFFAIRS PHILIP REEKER

Acting Assistant Secretary Reeker travels to Munich, Germany and Tbilisi, Georgia from September 6-10.  Please click here for more information.

ACTING ASSISTANT SECRETARY FOR WESTERN HEMISPHERE AFFAIRS JULIE CHUNG

6:30 p.m. Acting Assistant Secretary Chung attends a working dinner hosted by the Meridian International Center on the “Future of the Digital Economy in Latin America,” in Washington, D.C.

(MEDIA DETERMINED BY HOST)

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