US Deputy Secretary of State Stephen E. Biegun says the US benefits from forging close links with countries like India ‘that seek to provide for their own defence’.
US Deputy Secretary of State Stephen Biegun arrived in Delhi Monday for a visit primarily meant to finalise groundwork for third 2+2 India-US dialogue, to be held this month.
The talks are slated to begin at 12 noon in Chushul on the Indian side of the Line of Actual Control in eastern Ladakh.
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Foreign ministers of Indo-Pacific nations, known as the Quad group, met in Tokyo Tuesday in their first in-person talks since the Covid pandemic began.
Biegun will arrive on 12 October and meet with senior government officials. He will also deliver the keynote address at the India-US Forum.
Jaishankar and Abdullah Abdullah held talks on the Afghan peace process, and bilateral cooperation.
Ambassador Ron Malka said Israel would want India to become the manufacturing hub for the rapid testing kit, which promises to give results in less than a minute.