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In a first for the , the members of the Standing Committee met remotely to discuss the response to the unprecedented crisis and its aftermath as well as other crucial issues on the security agenda. Press release➡️

Heading to the airport. Remembered to pack my cow. Thanks for your humour and hospitality these last 14 years. here I come! (Into quarantine, anyway!) Love to all xx

This is it. My last blog as a resident of the United States of America. Love and gratitude to all who've taken this journey with me. Til we meet again xx

Thanks @Tradexperettes for this amazing event on EU Trade Policy! A lot on the plate: challenges and priorities of Policy –during and post-pandemic –, relations, reform, tensions with China and more Some takeaways👇

Two more sleeps at the hotel and I'm on the plane home. The Exmoor card's been with me for years as a reminder of the goal. But, seriously, this is the weirdest packing job ever.

Today was the last virtual meeting in Washington, D.C. We had a great chat with Ian Steff, Assistant Secretary, . We discussed bridge-building and cooperation between and the AmChams in Europe network.

If you look carefully, there is a clear message about the importance of a strong trade partnership! = : we are each other’s No. 1️⃣ trading partner!

🇪🇺🇺🇸 cooperation is ongoing and will continue, whether in the form of direct bilateral -US dialogue, public-private partnerships to test and invent new treatments, or coordination at multilateral level, including ✍️

Join the German American Chambers of Commerce for an exclusive discussion on in times of -19 with a special focus on perspectives from the and . When? May 27th | 8 am PST | 5 pm CEST. Register for free:

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