Ambassador David O’Sullivan shares his thoughts on 2016 & how 2017 will again require close EU-US cooperation.
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Prior to arriving in the United States, David O’Sullivan served as the Chief Operating Officer of the European External Action Service. The EEAS supports the High Representative/Vice President of the European Commission, in fulfilling her mandate to ensure the consistency of the Union’s external action. The EEAS also assists the President of the European Council and the President of the European Commission in the area of external relations.
Ambassador David O’Sullivan presented his credentials to President Barack Obama at a White House ceremony on November 18, 2014, formally assuming the role of European Union Ambassador to the United States.
In his Presentation of Credentials Letter to President Obama, Ambassador O’Sullivan wrote that “in these testing times, the transatlantic relationship remains a solid bedrock.”
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