Jeb Bush plans to visit Germany, Poland and Estonia in early June as he continues his all-but-declared 2016 Republican presidential campaign.
Among other things, the former Florida governor plans to speak at an economic conference organized by Germany's ruling party, the Christian Democratic Union, a Bush aide said. His trip was first reported by Reuters.
In Poland and Estonia, Bush will meet with government and business representatives as well as civic and charity groups.
The Bush aide said he has taken 89 foreign trips since leaving the governor's mansion in 2006. He last visited Germany in 2011 and will be traveling to Poland and Estonia for the first time.
This post has been updated, confirming the earlier Reuters report.