US India 2+2 Intersessional Meeting and Maritime Security Dialogue in Delhi

A group of senior US officials will travel to India next week to attend the US-India 2+2 Intersessional Meeting and Maritime Security Dialogue, according to the State Department.

The delegation visiting India during September 5-8 will be led by Assistant Secretary of State for South and Central Asian Affairs Donald Lu. Its objective is to deepen the US-India Comprehensive Global Strategic Partnership, the department said in a statement on Saturday.

Lu will be joined by Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for the Bureau of East Asian and Pacific Affairs Camille Dawson for a Quad Senior Officials Meeting and Department of Defense Assistant Secretary for Indo-Pacific Security Affairs Ely Ratner for a US-India 2+2 Intersessional Meeting and Maritime Security Dialogue, it said.

“The delegation meet with senior Indian officials to discuss ways in which the United States and India expand our cooperation to support a free and open, connected, prosperous, resilient, and secure Indo-Pacific region where human rights respected,” the State Department said.

Lu will also join an event under the US-India Alliance for Women’ Economic Empowerment with female entrepreneurs. The event aim at increasing economic security through women’s meaningful participation in the workforce.

“He will also engage in a roundtable discussion with senior business executives about how India can realise its full economic potential over the next 25 years to become a central hub in global supply chains,” said the State Department.

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