Washington: Following Prime Minister Narendra Modi's “successful trip” to the US, two top American Senators would soon be travelling to India, during which they would meet senior defence and foreign affairs officials and pay their respect to the victims of 26/11 terrorist attacks in Mumbai.
Senators Angus King from Maine, a member of the Senate Armed Services and Intelligence Committees, and Tim Kaine from Virginia, Chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations Subcommittee on Near Eastern and South and Central Asian Affairs, will travel to India from October 6 to 11.
They would be travelling to New Delhi and Mumbai. In New Delhi, the Senators will meet with senior Indian defence and foreign affairs officials, Members of Parliament, and leading strategic commentators, according to a statement.
In Mumbai, highlighting the “robust US-India economic ties”, the Senators will meet with leading Indian and American business leaders as well as pay their respects to victims of the 26/11 terrorist attack.