US Secretary of State
Hillary Rodham Clinton will travel to India this month for discussions on topics including counterterrorism, climate change and defence cooperation, the US State Department said Friday, DPA reported.
Clinton is due to attend the strategic dialogue with India on July 19, and will mark her second visit amid rapidly growing relations between the two countries.
Clinton will first be in Turkey July 15-16 to attend an international meeting on the situation in Libya, as well as meet bilaterally with senior Turkish officials.
She will then head to Greece to meet with President Karolos Papoulias and Prime Minister George Papandreou, who are dealing with a major debt crisis.
Following her India visit Clinton will head to Bali, Indonesia to attend a meeting of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations, or ASEAN.