Pelosi leading congressional delegation to the Indo-Pacific and plans visit places including Singapore, Malaysia, South Korea and Japan, according to a statement she released. office on Sunday.
“Today, our Congressional delegation travels to the Indo-Pacific to reaffirm America’s strong and unwavering commitment to our allies and friends. in in region”, Pelosi said. in her statement office.
According to her, high-level meetings will be held. in each country to “further advance our common interests and values, including peace and security, economic growth as well as the Covid-19 pandemic, the climate crisis, human rights and democratic governance.”
Pelosi said the delegation received a briefing from the leadership of the US Indo-Pacific Command following the fuel shutdown. in Hawaii, where they visited the Pearl Harbor Memorial and the USS Arizona.
Traveling with Pelosi of The congressional delegation is made up of Chairman Gregory Meeks (Chairman of House Foreign Affairs Committee), Chairman Mark Takano (Chairman of House Committee on Veterans Affairs), Congressman Susan Delbene, Congressman Raja Krishnamurthy, and Congressman Andy Kim.
“Under strong leadership of President Biden, America is firmly committed to smart strategic engagement in in the regionunderstanding that a free and prosperous Indo-Pacific is critical to prosperity in our nation and around the world,” Pelosi said.