Tribune Information Service
New Delhi, October 9
High US diplomat Stephen Biegun will go to India from October 12 to 14 to observe up on US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo’s October 6 dialog with Minister of Exterior Affairs S. Jaishankar in Tokyo. The US Deputy Secretary of State will even maintain talks forward of a U.S.-India 2+2 Ministerial Dialogue later this yr, in keeping with a US State Division assertion.
Biegun will meet with senior authorities officers and ship keynote remarks on the India-US Discussion board. His engagements will concentrate on advancing the US-India Complete World Strategic Partnership and the way the 2 sides can work collectively to advance peace, prosperity, and safety within the Indo-Pacific and across the globe.
Biegun will then go to to satisfy with senior authorities officers and reaffirm the US-Bangladesh partnership. The Deputy Secretary’s engagements in Bangladesh will concentrate on advancing the widespread imaginative and prescient of a free, open, inclusive, peaceable, and safe Indo-Pacific area with shared prosperity for all; US-Bangladesh cooperation on Covid response and restoration efforts; and sustainable financial improvement.