Esper and Mike Pompeo to arrive India for 2+2 dialogue
US is also keen to work closely with India during the forthcoming term of the UN Security Council.
New Delhi: The US welcomes India emerging as a regional and global power. This was stated by the US State Department before the two plus two ministerial meeting in New Delhi. It also said that the United States is also keen to work with India during UNSC's tenure starting January 1, 2021.
In a fact sheet by the Ministry of External Affairs, ahead of the third two-plus two ministerial meeting between India and the US in New Delhi, it said, "America welcomes India to emerge as a regional and global power." The US is also keen to work closely with India during the forthcoming term of the UN Security Council. '
India and America Relation:
US Defense Minister Mark Asper and Foreign Minister Mike Pompeo, along with their Indian counterparts, Rajnath Singh and S.K. Two plus two ministerial level meeting with Jaishankar. The US State Department said that Espar and Pompeo will also meet Prime Minister Narendra Modi and will also talk to government and business leaders about advancing the US-India comprehensive global strategic partnership.
Mike Pompeo in India:
In the Fact Sheet, the Ministry of External Affairs stated that there is a strong and growing bilateral relationship between the two countries built on shared values and a commitment to an independent and free Indo-Pacific.
On 26-27 October, Defense Minister Rajnath Singh and Foreign Minister S Jaishankar will meet US Home Secretary Mike Pompeo and Defense Secretary Mark Esper in Delhi. According to a report, the meeting is likely to sign a Geospatial military foundation agreement between the two countries called the Basic Exchange and Cooperation Agreement (BECA). T
his meeting is expected to carry forward the previous gains of both countries. There is a two-party agreement to strengthen Indo-US strategic relations.