New Delhi, February 6
Canadian Foreign Minister Melanie Joly will begin a two-day visit to India on Monday to hold wide-ranging talks with her Indian counterpart S Jaishankar.
The talks between the two foreign ministers would be held on Monday evening, officials said.
Besides ways to boost bilateral ties, the two sides are also expected to focus on cooperation in the Indo-Pacific in the backdrop of growing global concern over China’s increasing military muscle-flexing in the region.
In November, Canada came out with a comprehensive strategy for the Indo-Pacific that aimed to promote peace, resilience and security.