Sullivan discussed foreign policy priorities with German counterpart

One of the topics of conversation was the “Nord stream-2” gas pipeline.

White House National Security Adviser Jake Sullivan met with German Chancellor Angela Merkel’s foreign and Security Adviser Jan Hecker to discuss cooperation on a range of regional and global issues, including the “Nord stream-2” gas pipeline.

“They discussed the upcoming G7 leaders’ meeting and the NATO summit, the importance of securing Europe’s energy future, the collective effort to distribute COVID-19 vaccines, cybersecurity coordination, and the response to ransomware attacks,” National Security Council spokeswoman Emily Horne said.

She added that the advisers also discussed “foreign policy priorities, including Russia, Ukraine, Iran, the Sahel, and the Western Balkans.”

“Experts from the two governments discussed the “Nord stream-2″ gas pipeline, including US concerns about the risks it poses to Ukraine and European energy security,” Horne said. Other details of the discussion are not reported.

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Author: Steve Cowan
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