News Desk: Under Secretary of State for Political Affairs Victoria Nuland is arriving in Dhaka on Saturday as part of her trilateral tour of South Asia.
"We are looking forward to visiting Bangladesh, India and Sri Lanka," he said. Our partnership is important for strengthening peace, prosperity and security in the entire Indo-Pacific region.
During the delegation's visit to Bangladesh, India and Sri Lanka on March 19-23, Nuland will emphasize the United States' commitment and cooperation to its Indo-Pacific partners, according to the State Department.
Under-Secretary Nuland will participate in 'Partnership Dialogue' in Bangladesh and Sri Lanka and in consultations at the Foreign Office in New Delhi.
The eighth partnership dialogue between Bangladesh and the United States is going to be held on March 20.
Under Secretary-General Nuland and the delegation will meet with civil society and business leaders to strengthen economic partnership and deepen ties for peace, prosperity and security in the Indo-Pacific region.
Other senior members of the delegation include Donald Lu, Assistant Secretary for South and Central Asian Affairs, and Amanda Dory, Deputy Under-Secretary for Policy.