by Lucy Kramer
WELLINGTON (Reuters) – New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern will speak to President Joe Biden at the White House on Tuesday about US involvement in the Indo-Pacific.
“We will encourage the United States to continue and strengthen its engagement in our region, including economically, which is essential to our region,” she told New Zealand media at a news conference in New Zealand in Washington.
The meeting is taking place as New Zealand frets over Chinese strategy in the region, after Beijing signed a security pact with the Solomon Islands.
Jacinda Ardern said she is also scheduled to meet with Vice President Kamala Harris, Secretary of State Anthony Blinken and US Indo-Pacific coordinator Kurt Campbell.
(Reporting by Lucy Kramer, French version by Elena Vardon, Editing by Sophie Lott)
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