Washington: A high-level US delegation will visit India on Monday. The delegation will visit India to strengthen the bilateral strategic partnership and support a free and open, resilient and secure Indo-Pacific region. The Ministry of Foreign Affairs gave this information.
The US delegation, led by the Assistant Secretary of State for South and Central Asian Affairs, will visit India from September 5-8. Donald Lu will lead this delegation. The ministry said in a statement on Saturday that it aims to deepen the comprehensive strategic partnership between the United States and India.
The ministry said Lu will attend a meeting of senior Quad officials with Camille Dawson, deputy assistant secretary of state in the Bureau of East Asian and Pacific Affairs, and defense assistant for Indo-Pacific security forces for the US-India two plus two intersessional meeting. The Minister will participate in talks on maritime security with Eli Ratner.
Free and open trading methods will be discussed
“The delegation will discuss with senior Indian officials how the United States and India can expand their cooperation to support a free and open, connected, prosperous, resilient and secure Indo-Pacific region,” the Ministry of Foreign Affairs said. Foreign Affairs and where human rights are respected.
India, the United States and several other world powers have spoken to underscore the need to ensure a free, open and prosperous Indo-Pacific amid China’s growing military maneuvers in the resource-rich region. China claims the entire South China Sea, while Taiwan, the Philippines, Brunei, Malaysia and Vietnam also claim parts of it. Beijing has built artificial islands and military installations in the South China Sea.
Donald Lu will also participate in the roundtable
Donald Lu will also participate in an event with women entrepreneurs as part of the Coalition for Women’s Economic Empowerment between the United States and India. The objective of this event is to increase economic security through the meaningful participation of women in the labor market. The Foreign Ministry said it would also participate in a roundtable with senior business executives.
Last month, US Assistant Treasury Secretary Wally Ademo visited India and discussed with Indian policymakers how to jointly address global challenges such as food insecurity and high energy prices in part of the Russian invasion of Ukraine.
Ademo met with Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman, Principal Secretary to Prime Minister PK Mishra, Finance Secretary Ajay Seth, Foreign Secretary Vijay Kwatra and Petroleum Secretary Pankaj Jain. An Aug. 26 US Treasury statement said Ademo also stressed the importance of further deepening the already strong US-India relationship through forums such as the Quad and the Indo-Indian Economic Framework. peaceful.
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