Assistant Secretary Frank A. Rose to Travel to Japan, Malaysia, Indonesia, Singapore, and India
Assistant Secretary for Arms Control, Verification and Compliance Frank Rose will travel to Japan, Malaysia, Indonesia, Singapore, and India February 23-March 9, 2015, for a series of strategic discussions on international security.
From February 23-27, Assistant Secretary Rose will meet with senior Japanese officials on issues including space security, strategic stability, extended deterrence and multilateral arms control in Tokyo. On February 23 and 24, he will deliver public remarks on the U.S.-Japan Alliance at the American Center and Tokyo Foundation. On February 25, he will chair the U.S.-Japan Space Security Dialogue. On February 26, Assistant Secretary Rose will deliver remarks at the Japan Space Forum on space situational awareness.
On March 2, Assistant Secretary Rose will engage in bilateral discussions in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia with senior officials from the Ministries of Foreign Affairs, Defense, and the Malaysian National Space Agency on a variety of security topics of joint interest.
On March 3, Assistant Secretary Rose will travel to Jakarta, Indonesia for bilateral discussions on space security and multilateral arms control topics with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the Indonesian National Institute of Aeronautics and Space.
On March 4, Assistant Secretary Rose will meet with senior officials in Singapore on a variety of security issues including space security and multilateral arms control.
From March 5-9, Assistant Secretary Rose will travel to India for bilateral talks with senior Indian officials and will chair first bilateral U.S.-India Space Security Dialogue.
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