Singapore's next PM Wong meets top US officials in Washington

Lawrence Wong (left) with US National Security Adviser Jake Sullivan at the White House. - MINISTRY OF FINANCE

WASHINGTON (The Straits Times/Asia News Network) Finance Minister Lawrence Wong discussed the United States' engagement and economic cooperation in the Asia-Pacific with top American officials whom he met in Washington on Thursday (April 22).

He met National Security Adviser Jake Sullivan at the White House, and they had a candid discussion on global developments and the importance of America's engagement with the region, the minister wrote on Facebook.

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