The White House on Monday released details of President Trump's upcoming trip to Asia, which will include stops in Japan, South Korea, China, Vietnam, and the Philippines in early November.
"The president's travel will underscore his commitment to longstanding United States alliances and partnerships, and reaffirm United States leadership in promoting a free and open Indo-Pacific region," the statement said.
The trip was first announced Sept. 29, but Monday's update states Trump will start the Nov. 3-14 travel with a briefing from the U.S. Pacific Command in Hawaii. He will also visit Pearl Harbor and the USS Arizona Memorial during his first trip as president to the Pacific island.
On Nov. 5, Trump and his team will arrive in Japan, where they will meet with U.S. and Japanese military members. Trump will join bilateral meetings with Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe.
Two days later, Trump will arrive in South Korea for meetings with President Moon Jae-in and a visit with American troops based there. During a speech before the National Assembly, Trump will call for the international community to maximize pressure on North Korea as it continues to develop its nuclear program.
On Nov. 8, Trump will land in Beijing, China, for a "series of bilateral, commercial, and cultural events, including meetings with President Xi Jinping," the White House said.
Trump will participate in the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation Economic Leaders' Meeting and speak at the group's summit in Danang, Vietnam, on Nov. 10. He is expected to call for a "free and open Indo-Pacific region."
The following day, Trump will meet with Vietnam President Tran Dai Quang and other officials in Hanoi.
The foreign trip will conclude with two days in Manila, Philippines. On Nov. 12, Trump will attend a dinner for the 50th anniversary of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations and then celebrate the 40th anniversary of the U.S.-ASEAN the following day. His final day in the Philippines will include meetings with President Rodrigo Duterte.