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India, Japan, US hold talks on Marine Safety, connectivity in Indo-Pacific Area

Last updated on September 27, 2019

India, Japan and the USA on Thursday (local time) held discussions on marine safety and connectivity at the Indo-Pacific area.

The assembly had been attended by External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar,” US Secretary of State Michael Pompeo, and Western fighter Toshimitsu Motegi.

We discussed our shared interest in creating a free and open #IndoPacific, denuclearization of #NorthKorea, and concerted efforts to promote regional stability,” Pompeo composed on Twitter following the talks.

Meanwhile, the Assistant Secretary of the State Department’s Bureau of South and Central Asian Affairs (SCA), Alice Wells, tweeted,”Thrilled to combine @SecPompeo and foreign ministers of both #Australia, #India, also #Japan to deepen our venture on connectivity, marine safety, and cyber from the #IndoPacific.”

The assembly took place on the margins of the session of the United Nations General Assembly in New York.

The trio is expected to meet once more to the sidelines of the East Asia Summit in November.