Dec 3 (Reuters) – British International Secretary David Cameron will travel to Washington D.C. on Wednesday, Dec. 6, the UK’s International, Commonwealth & Constructing Position of industrial (FCDO) mentioned on Sunday in his first search recommendation from to the U.S. since taking up the position closing month.
Cameron will undertake a programme of bilateral meetings with U.S. Secretary of Issue Antony Blinken, as smartly as meet Republican and Democratic members of Congress, the FCDO observation mentioned.
Cameron, a used British top minister, will rob phase in discussions together with his U.S. counterparts with a spotlight on supporting Ukraine in its battle against Russian aggression, the observation mentioned.
He’ll also work to de-escalate tensions in the Heart East, the observation mentioned.
Reporting by Nilutpal Timsina in Bengaluru; Editing by Sharon Singleton
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