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Cosponsor H.Res. 672, a Bipartisan Resolution Supporting the Three Seas Initiative and European Energy Security

Please join us as an original co-sponsor of a resolution supporting the Three Seas Initiative (3SI) to bolster energy and infrastructure security in Central and Eastern Europe in the face of increased Russian and Chinese influence. In 2015, twelve Central
European nations in the European Union established the 3SI in order to increase energy autonomy and resilience through support of collective financing for new infrastructure projects to connect the region between the Adriatic, Baltic, and Black Seas.

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Cosponsor H.Res. 672, a Bipartisan Resolution Supporting the Three Seas Initiative and European Energy Security

Please join us as an original co-sponsor of a resolution supporting the Three Seas Initiative (3SI) to bolster energy and infrastructure security in Central and Eastern Europe in the face of increased Russian and Chinese influence. In 2015, twelve Central
European nations in the European Union established the 3SI in order to increase energy autonomy and resilience through support of collective financing for new infrastructure projects to connect the region between the Adriatic, Baltic, and Black Seas.

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Cosponsor H.Res. 672, a Bipartisan Resolution Supporting the Three Seas Initiative and European Energy Security

Please join us as an original co-sponsor of a resolution supporting the Three Seas Initiative (3SI) to bolster energy and infrastructure security in Central and Eastern Europe in the face of increased Russian and Chinese influence. In 2015, twelve Central
European nations in the European Union established the 3SI in order to increase energy autonomy and resilience through support of collective financing for new infrastructure projects to connect the region between the Adriatic, Baltic, and Black Seas.

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Cosponsor, H.Res. 672, a Bipartisan Resolution Supporting the Three Seas Initiative and European Energy Security

Please join us as an original co-sponsor of a resolution supporting the Three Seas Initiative (3SI) to bolster energy and infrastructure security in Central and Eastern Europe in the face of increased Russian and Chinese influence. In 2015, twelve Central
European nations in the European Union established the 3SI in order to increase energy autonomy and resilience through support of collective financing for new infrastructure projects to connect the region between the Adriatic, Baltic, and Black Seas.

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Cosponsor, H.Res. 672, a Bipartisan Resolution Supporting the Three Seas Initiative and European Energy Security

Please join us as an original co-sponsor of a resolution supporting the Three Seas Initiative (3SI) to bolster energy and infrastructure security in Central and Eastern Europe in the face of increased Russian and Chinese influence. In 2015, twelve Central
European nations in the European Union established the 3SI in order to increase energy autonomy and resilience through support of collective financing for new infrastructure projects to connect the region between the Adriatic, Baltic, and Black Seas.

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Cosponsor, H.Res. 672, a Bipartisan Resolution Supporting the Three Seas Initiative and European Energy Security

Please join us as an original co-sponsor of a resolution supporting the Three Seas Initiative (3SI) to bolster energy and infrastructure security in Central and Eastern Europe in the face of increased Russian and Chinese influence. In 2015, twelve Central
European nations in the European Union established the 3SI in order to increase energy autonomy and resilience through support of collective financing for new infrastructure projects to connect the region between the Adriatic, Baltic, and Black Seas.

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Cosponsor, H.Res. 672, a Bipartisan Resolution Supporting the Three Seas Initiative and European Energy Security

Please join us as an original co-sponsor of a resolution supporting the Three Seas Initiative (3SI) to bolster energy and infrastructure security in Central and Eastern Europe in the face of increased Russian and Chinese influence. In 2015, twelve Central
European nations in the European Union established the 3SI in order to increase energy autonomy and resilience through support of collective financing for new infrastructure projects to connect the region between the Adriatic, Baltic, and Black Seas.

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Cosponsor H.Res. 802, a Resolution Reaffirming Resolute Bipartisan Support for Ukraine

As co-chairs of the bipartisan Congressional Ukraine Caucus, we invite you to cosponsor a resolution reaffirming resolute bipartisan support for Ukraine. This vital and time sensitive measure affirms the United States strategic interest in securing liberty
and democracy in Europe. This is not possible without support for Ukraine in its efforts to counter Russian aggression and her aspiration to take equal place among the global community of democracies.

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Cosponsor, H.Res. 672, a Bipartisan Resolution Supporting the Three Seas Initiative and European Energy Security

Please join us as an original co-sponsor of a resolution supporting the Three Seas Initiative (3SI) to bolster energy and infrastructure security in Central and Eastern Europe in the face of increased Russian and Chinese influence. In 2015, twelve Central
European nations in the European Union established the 3SI in order to increase energy autonomy and resilience through support of collective financing for new infrastructure projects to connect the region between the Adriatic, Baltic, and Black Seas.

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Cosponsor H.Res. 802, a Resolution Reaffirming Resolute Bipartisan Support for Ukraine

As co-chairs of the bipartisan Congressional Ukraine Caucus, we invite you to cosponsor a resolution reaffirming resolute bipartisan support for Ukraine. This vital and time sensitive measure affirms the United States strategic interest in securing liberty
and democracy in Europe. This is not possible without support for Ukraine in its efforts to counter Russian aggression and her aspiration to take equal place among the global community of democracies.

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