On the agenda will be the Rohingya crisis and tensions in the South China Sea
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By Prabir De Next week Prime Minister Narendra Modi is going to attend the 16th ASEAN-India Summit and 13th East Asia Summit (EAS) at Singapore. Starting 2014, the coming one will be Prime Minister Modi’s...
Mike Pence is expected to announce up to US$60 billion in aid to counter growing Chinese influence in the Indo-Pacific region.U.S. Vice President Mike Pence is expected to outline the U.S.’s Indo-Pacific Strategy in more detail and announce US$60 billion (NT$1.84 trillion) in regional assistance at the Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) Leaders Meeting in Papua New Guinea next week.
Today, leaders from member states along with officials from China, Japan, Russia and the United States gather in Singapore to attend the 33rd ASEAN Summit.
Modi and Pence are scheduled to meet during the ASEAN and East Asia Summit in Singapore next week.
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washington, (pti), us vice-president mike pence would meet prime minister narendra modi during his four-nation trip next week, during which he will also attend the us-asean summit and the east asia summit in singapore, the white house has sai
The East Asia Summit is a premier forum in the Asia-Pacific region. Since its inception in 2005, it has played a significant role in the strategic, geopolitical and economic evolution of East Asia.
EAM spokesperson Raveesh Kumar said Narendra Modi is also expected to participate in a number of other events during the visit.
President Rodrigo Duterte is set to fly to Singapore next week to meet regional and world leaders in the city-state, a foreign affairs official said Friday.