Both the ministers will hold bilateral consultations on regional and global issues of mutual interest.
Truss would also participate in the inaugural edition of the India-UK Strategic Futures Forum, a track 1.5 Dialogue between the two countries hosted by the Indian Council of World Affairs and Policy Exchange, UK.
The India-UK relationship was elevated to a Comprehensive Strategic Partnership during the Virtual Summit between the Prime Ministers of the two countries on May 4 last year.
In the summit, the two sides adopted a 10-year-roadmap to expand ties in the key areas of trade and economy, defence and security, climate change and people-to-people connections, among others.
This would be a second visit of the UK Foreign Secretary to India since the Virtual Summit and would provide an opportunity to assess the progress on the Roadmap 2030.