Lt. Governor Kim Reynolds Departing for Germany on Mission
DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) — Lt. Gov. Kim Reynolds begins an economic and cultural mission to Germany on Saturday to discuss trade, transportation, energy, health care and education.
Reynolds will meet with business, educational, and medical leaders. Among government official she is scheduled to meet with are German Vice Chancellor Philipp Rosler and the U.S. Ambassador to Germany Philip Murphy.
Meetings will be in Dresden, Lommatzsch, Leipzig, and Berlin.
Organized by the National Lieutenant Governors Association, the seven-day mission includes five U.S. lieutenant governors and is hosted by the Friedrich Naumann Foundation, a Germany-based group focusing on encouraging democracy, human rights, and the rule of law.
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