U.S. Deputy Secretary of State Wendy Sherman will come to India on October 6 for a progression of bilateral conferences and civil society occasions, the State Department has reported. She will likewise take part in the India Ideas Summit coordinated by the U.S. India Business Council.
Ms. Sherman, America's second most elevated positioning representative, is planned to visit Mumbai on October 7 where she will hold meetings with the business community and civil society. Her official visit comes days after Prime Minister Modi's visit to the U.S.
She will then, at that point, fly to Pakistan to meet authorities in Islamabad, the State Department said. Ms. Sherman is the second most elevated positioning American negotiator and the most elevated State Department official to visit Pakistan in the Biden administration.
Secretary of State Antony Blinken told U.S. administrators weeks prior that Washington would have to re-survey its relationship with Islamabad. Last week, Mr. Blinken met his Pakistani partner Shah Mahmood Qureshi to talk about Afghanistan — explicitly, organizing diplomatic engagement and working with the departure of the people who needed to leave Afghanistan, the State Department said. "The Secretary noticed that the U.S. adores Pakistan's help and assistance with both these endeavors," it had said.
Recently, CIA head William Burns had likewise visited Islamabad (he had additionally visited New Delhi during this outing). Mr. Biden has anyway not yet spoken with Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan since the start of his administration.