"As a specific example of collaboration, a Japan-US-India trilateral dialogue will be held at the working level in Washington, DC," he said.
In the first-ever trilateral meeting, India-US-Japan will be meeting in the same building where the diplomats from the two countries met.
"Later, the Japanese and US officials will meet with their counterparts from India for our first-ever trilateral meeting," Clinton said.
In an interview to the PTI last week, Assistant Secretary of State for East Asian and Pacific Affairs, Kurt M Campbell had said that the three countries were slated to discuss a number of issues: larger and strategic development in Asia, trends, economic, military, strategic. "First it is obviously in the interest of all three countries to keep in close touch with respect to developments of Myanmar. It's important to all three countries," he said.