Letter to the White House

On September 5th, 2023, the CEEC sent a letter to the White House, urging the White House to seek Ukrainian victory with no concessions to the criminal invader.

Letter to the White House

On August 21st, 2023, the CEEC sent a letter to the White House, urging the White House to remove Russian banks from the SWIFT monetary system, ramp up production of advanced weapons systems such as ATACMS, and provide escorts for ships transporting grain in the Black Sea.

Briefing with State Legislators on the War in Ukraine

On August 15, the CEEC coordinated with Ambassador Dan Fried (Atlantic Council) to meet with state legislators from around 15 states and Governor Holcomb's (IN) staff to discuss how states can support the Ukrainian War effort.

CEEC at the NATO Summit

On July 11/12, the NATO Summit was held in Vilnius, Lithuania. Read the experience from CEEC member Vytas Aukštuolis who attended the Summit on behalf of the CEEC and the Lithuanian American Community.

Letter to the White House

On June 26, the CEEC sent a letter to the White House urging the White House to extend an invitation to Ukraine to join NATO.

2023 CEEC Advocacy Day

On Aril 26, 2023, CEEC members met with key Congressional staff to advocate for the security of Central & East Europe.

2023 Policy Brief

For the 2023 Congress, Central & East European Coalition members released mutual issues of concern.

Statement on Ukrainian War Anniversary

"We will stand with Ukraine for as long as it takes to support its enduring independence and territorial integrity. Together, we will resist Russian bloody imperialist aggression and fight to remain free."

Policy Briefing: Transatlantic Security in Peril?

On November 2, 2022, CEEC hosted a panel discussion with Dr. Agnia Grigas (Atlantic Council) and Paul Massaro (Commission on Security and Cooperation in Europe) to discuss the importance and latest on energy security concerns.

Policy Briefing: U.S. Leadership in Enhancing Black Sea Regional Security

The panel examined the bipartisan Black Sea Security Act (S.4509) and the United States' new policy toward the six countries of the region (Ukraine, Georgia, Moldova, Romania, Bulgaria, and Turkey) that hold the keys to the collective security of the US and NATO members. Speakers: Ambassador Kurt Volker – Former US Ambassador to NATO Michael Hikari Cecire - Senior Policy Advisor, U.S. Commission on Security and Cooperation in Europe (U.S. Helsinki Commission) Ian Brzezinski - Senior Fellow Atlantic Council Moderated by: Michael Sawkiw - Director, Ukrainian National Information Service