United States Vice President Mike Pence to visit Turnbull on Pacific tour

United States Vice President Mike Pence to visit Turnbull on Pacific tour

United States Vice President Mike Pence to visit Turnbull on Pacific tour

The United States Vice President Mike Pence will official visit Australia this month. Mike Pence will meet with PM Malcolm Turnbull and Australian Opposition Leader Bill Shorten.

The visit will be part of a complete trip of the Asia Pacific with stays also scheduled in Japan, Indonesia, and South Korea.

It comes as the United States President Trump and his government work to stabilize relations with America’s nearby partners in the area after Trump’s inflammatory remarks during his election campaign and behavior in the White House. Including his fiery 28th January telephone call with Mr. Malcolm Turnbull.

It also comes as the region thinks of action against North Korea’s nuclear program and Mr. Donald Trump holds important meetings this week with China’s President Xi Jinping at his Florida Mar-a-Lago estate.

The White House announced in a statement that this tour will assist as the vice president’s 1st official tour to the Asia Pacific region.

According to the news updates, during his trip the vice president Mike Pence will emphasize President Donald Trump’s nonstop vow to US alliances in the Asia-Pacific region, highlight America’s unwavering backing for our troops at home and abroad and highlight the Government’s economic agenda.

According to the latest news updates, Mr. Mike Pence will be gone together with on the tour by his wife Karen Pence, and their 2 daughters.

They will arrive in Sydney on 22nd April.

The White House statement said the vice president Mike Pence will visit Australia, where he will meet with PM Turnbull.

Mr. Pence will also meet with Opposition Leader Bill Shorten and Foreign Minister Julie Bishop. Along with the United States and Australia’s service members.

Concentrating again on jobs, economy, and the American businesses, Mr. Mike Pence will join a listening session and give comments to the United States and Australian business community.

 

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