State Department mandarin to visit India, Sri Lanka and Bangladesh

<p><img src="" alt="Featured Image"></p><p><!-- wp:html --><p>Assistant Secretary of State for South and Central Asian Affairs, Donald Lu, will travel to India, Sri Lanka, and Bangladesh from May 10—15, the US State Department said.</p>
<p>Given below is the State Department press statement:</p>
<p>"His trip will strengthen bilateral cooperation with each country and demonstrate U.S. support for a free, open, and prosperous Indo-Pacific region.</p>
<p>"In Chennai, Assistant Secretary Lu will meet with Consulate personnel to bolster bilateral engagement in southern India.</p>
<p>"He will then travel to Colombo to engage with officials from across the political spectrum and deepen the United States' partnership with Sri Lanka. In his meetings, he will reaffirm the United States' support for Sri Lanka's economic recovery, as well as the importance of a robust civil society as a cornerstone of a free and democratic society.</p>
<p>"Assistant Secretary Lu will conclude his trip in Dhaka, where he will meet with government officials, civil society leaders, and other Bangladeshis to discuss U.S.-Bangladesh cooperation, including on addressing the climate crisis and deepening economic ties."</p><!-- /wp:html --></p><p>[Category: <a href="" rel="category tag">Uncategorized</a>]</p><p><strong>Tags:</strong> </p>

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