On June 4-5, India and the US will have their first strategic trade discussion


Next month, Vinay Kwatra will visit the US to meet with Alan Estevez for the meeting of the strategic trade dialogue.
In order to implement the results of the initiative on Critical and Emerging Technology (iCET) by streamlining export controls, enhancing high-tech commerce, and facilitating tech transfer between the two countries, India and the US will hold the first meeting of the Strategic Trade Dialogue on June 4-5.The two nations’ national security advisors held their first iCET interaction on January 31, and when US Commerce Secretary Gina Raimondo visited India on March 10 to relaunch the bilateral commercial dialogue, the decision was made to hold the strategic trade meeting.

Early in the following month, Indian Foreign Secretary Vinay Kwatra will travel to the US to meet with Under-Secretary of Commerce for Industry and Security Alan Estevez for the strategic trade dialogue and to finalise preparations for Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s visit to the White House on June 22 to meet US President Joseph Biden.PM Modi and President Biden are scheduled to meet during the G-7 summit in Japan from May 19 to 21, the QUAD summit on May 24, and at Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea, on May 22, as part of the crucial engagement of the Far Pacific countries. While the US anticipates strengthening its defence partnership with PNG to counter the country’s growing footprint



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