Chances of Blinken to meet PM Modi, declared openly by Jaishankar with regards to the India trip happening from next week.

Blinken is also expected to tour Kuwait City on his foreign trip, starting from July 26 to 29. He will also be visiting New Delhi.

US Secretary of State Antony Blinken during his foreign trip, commenting from next week and scheduled to arrive in New Delhi, India, and would greet the Prime Minister of India Mr. Narendra Modi, and External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar to organize a meeting on varied discussions such as regarding bilateral, provincial, and international matters, religious topics, and a lot more. The secretary’s spokesperson briefed about the same this Friday.
In extension to his excursion to New Delhi, US Secretary of State Antony Blinken is also expected to tour Kuwait City in reference to his foreign trip commencing from July 26 to 29. The information was out by one of the State Department Spokesperson Ned Price briefing to, reaffirm America’s agreement to bolstering cooperation, partnership and emphasize coalition with their preferred embodies.
“On July 28, New Delhi, Secretary Blinken is going to address External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar and Prime Minister Narendra Modi for a joint discussion on a broad spectrum of matters, comprising endless alliance on COVID-19 endeavors, topics based on Indo-Pacific engagement will also be touched, common regional safety concerns, shared democratic integrity, and expressing interest in preventing the environment catastrophe, the statement given by Prince.
“Blinken is also anticipated to tour to Kuwait City on 28th July where he is expecting to confront with the senior Kuwaiti officials to resume conversations on fundamental bilateral matters that underline the significance of 60 years of their dispensing, untouched relations,” he added. Blinken to return to Washington, DC on July 29 and end his foreign trip.