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Friday, November 9, 2018

US Vice President Pence to meet PM Modi one week from now:

U.S. VP Mike Pence would meet Prime Minister Narendra Modi amid his four-country trip one week from now, amid which he will likewise go to the US-ASEAN Summit and the East Asia Summit in Singapore, the White House has said. 

For the most part the summit is gone to by U.S. President. Be that as it may, this time Mr. Pence would speak to the nation in line with President Donald Trump. 

Mr. Pence will make a trip to Japan, Singapore, Australia, and Papua New Guinea between November 11 and 18 to go to the  US-ASEAN Summit and the East Asia Summit in Singapore and in addition the Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) gatherings in Papua New Guinea. Mr. Pence will likewise partake in gatherings with Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, Singapore head Lee Hsien Loong, India's Narendra Modi, Papua New Guinea's Prime Minister Peter O'Neill, and Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison, notwithstanding other respective gatherings, the White House said. 

National Security Advisor John Bolton will join Vice President Pence for the US-ASEAN Summit and East Asia Summit in Singapore and APEC gatherings in Papua New Guinea.

"The Vice President is regarded to speak to President Donald Trump at the US-ASEAN Summit and APEC one week from now, where he will feature American administration in the area and reaffirm our responsibility to opportunity, financial flourishing, and security in the Indo-Pacific," Alyssa Farah, Press Secretary for the Vice President said.This will be Mr. Pence's third outing to the locale as the Vice President and he will reaffirm President Trump's pledge to the last, completely checked denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula, she said. 

"He will likewise convey the message that dictatorship, hostility, and the negligence for other countries' power by any country in the Indo-Pacific won't go on without serious consequences by the United States," Ms. Farah said. 

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