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Ambassador Fick’s Travel to Belgium, the Netherlands, and Italy – United States Department of State

U.S. Ambassador at Large for the Bureau of Cyberspace and Digital Policy (CDP) Nathaniel C. Fick will travel to Belgium, the Netherlands, and Italy from March 11-16.  From March 11 to 13, he will be in Brussels and The Hague for consultations with Allies and partners from NATO, the EU, Belgium, and the Netherlands.  Ambassador Fick’s engagements will focus on cyber cooperation, secure information and communications technology infrastructure, digital policy priorities, and advancement of digital freedom, including efforts to promote information integrity and counter the proliferation and misuse of commercial spyware.

The Government of Italy is hosting the G7 Industry, Tech and Digital Ministerial in Verona and Trento. In Verona on March 14, Ambassador Fick will represent the United States during a ministerial session on AI for sustainable development, and bilat meetings with G7 counterparts. He will lead the U.S. delegation in Trento on March 15, which includes sessions on advancing the outcomes of the Hiroshima AI Process, particularly the Code of Conduct for AI developers. Work conducted under the G7 Digital and Tech track is key to advancing the U.S. approach to digital policy and to promoting an innovative digital economy and the safe, secure, and trustworthy use of AI and related emerging technologies.

For further information, please contact CDP-Press@state.gov.  Follow CDP on social media accounts for updates from the road: @StateCDP on X/Twitter, and the Bureau of Cyberspace and Digital Policy on LinkedIn.

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