The announcement came just days after Britain's bloody parliamentary report called Facebook and its leaders "digital gangsters" and condemned Zuckerberg for refusing to meet with British officials. He initially rejected the UK invitation to meet in March last year, sending CTO Mike Schroeffer to his place. Then Zuckerberg refused a second invitation in May, although the following day he agreed to meet with EU representatives. He then rejected another request instead of sending political decisions to Vice President Richard Allen to take the fire. I first hoped. It is unclear why Zuckerberg finally decided to give up, although the recent UK report did not interrupt his words when he criticized him for "contempt" with the British Parliament. With Facebook constantly in the global light, he can not afford to endanger the relationship with anyone.