Both sides stay up for expanded regional cooperation, together with by way of the Quad, and to handle the challenges of COVID and local weather change
US Secretary of State Antony Blinken spoke with External Affairs Minister S. Jaishankar on Tuesday throughout which they mentioned the situation in Myanmar and issues of mutual concern, in response to a State Department spokesperson.
Mr Blinken spoke with Mr Jaishankar to reaffirm the energy of the US-India partnership and to discuss issues of mutual concern, together with the situation in Myanmar, State Department Spokesperson Ned Price stated in a readout of the decision.
During the decision, Mr Blinken expressed concern over the navy coup and the significance of rule of legislation and the democratic course of in Myanmar.
“The Secretary and the Minister also discussed regional developments, including the value of US-India cooperation across the Indo-Pacific. Both sides look forward to expanded regional cooperation, including through the Quad, and to address the challenges of COVID and climate change,” Mr Price stated.
This was Mr Blinken’s second telephone name with Mr Jaishankar after he turned the highest American diplomat final month. The two leaders first spoke on January 29.
After Joe Biden was sworn in because the forty sixth President of the United States on January 20, the 2 governments have established contacts on the highest stage. Mr Biden and Prime Minister Narendra Modi spoke over phone on February 8.