Antony Blinken Calls On Jaishanker, Reaffirms The US-India Cooperation On Regional Security2 min read

                                                                                          BY- KHANAK AGARWAL 

According to a State Department spokesperson, US Secretary of State Antony Blinken spoke with External Affairs Minister S. Jaishankar on Tuesday about the situation in Myanmar and issues of mutual concern. 

In a readout of the call, State Department Spokesperson Ned Price said Mr. Antony Blinken spoke with Mr. Jaishankar to reaffirm the importance of the US-India partnership and to address issues of mutual concern, including the situation in Myanmar. 

Mr. Antony Blinken shared his concern about the military coup and the relevance of the rule of law and the democratic process in Myanmar during the call. 

“The Secretary and therefore the Minister also spoke about regional trends, like the importance of US-India cooperation within the Indo-Pacific.” each side are looking forward to increased regional cooperation, including through the Quad, as well as addressing the challenges of the future COVID and climate change 

Mr. Antony Blinken called Mr. Jaishankar for the second time since becoming the top American diplomat last month. On January 29, the two leaders met for the first time. 

On January 20, after Joe Biden was sworn in as the 46th President of the United States, the two governments formed high-level contacts. On February 8, Vice President Joe Biden and Prime Minister Narendra Modi spoke by phone. 

All US forces will leave Afghanistan by September 11, according to US President Joe Biden. Following the US change, other NATO allies, including Germany, decided to leave the region. 

Mr. Antony also reaffirmed their joint commitment to democratic principles as well as their common support for Burma’s democratic restoration (Myanmar). 

All US forces will leave Afghanistan by September 11, according to US President Joe Biden. Following the US change, other NATO allies, including Germany, decided to leave the region. 

They also reaffirmed their joint commitment to democratic principles as well as their common support for Burma’s democratic restoration (Myanmar). 

All US forces will leave Afghanistan by September 11, according to US President Joe Biden. Following the US change, other NATO allies, including Germany, decided to leave the region. 

They also reaffirmed their joint commitment to democratic principles as well as their common support for Burma’s democratic restoration (Myanmar). 

Furthermore, both diplomats addressed US-India cooperation on climate change, COVID-19, and other global challenges, promising to keep in close touch on these and other issues of mutual concern, according to the prince. 

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