Under Secretary of State in charge of Acting U.S. Arms Control Rose Gottemoeller will visit from 12 to 15 February in Moscow to discuss the nuclear non-proliferation and other aspects of international security, said a press release Department of State. "Ms. Gottemoeller will visit 5 to 15 February in Belgium, Poland, Switzerland, Israel and Russia [...] The February 12-15, will examine in Moscow with his Russian partners key issues related to arms control, non-proliferation and international security, "reads the statement. The theme of the non-proliferation will be addressed as a priority in negotiations with Ms. Gottemoeller NATO officials in Brussels on February 5. 6 and 7 February, she will proceed to Warsaw to consult with Polish leaders within the group for bilateral strategic cooperation. Under Secretary of State acting also deliver a speech on the reduction of nuclear stockpiles. "The 7-9 February Ms. Gottemoeller meet in Geneva international partners from the United States to reaffirm Washington's willingness to strengthen arms control and enforce the regime of nuclear non-proliferation," the statement said. In Tel Aviv, the U.S. envoy held with politicians and Israeli military consultations on regional security and strengthening the strategic partnership between the two countries.