The US reiterated on Thursday (local time) that India is a global strategic partner of America.
In a US State Department press conference, spokesman Ned Price said “our message to India and about India is consistent. India is a global strategic partner of the US,” while responding to the recent visit by the US Secretary of State Affairs Antony Blinken to India and his audience. with Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
“Secy had an audience with Prime Minister when he was in Delhi for G20. I am unable to describe in detail what was exchanged between them,” Price said.
Blinken was in India to participate in the meeting of the G20 foreign ministers and the Raisina dialogue.
“The contacts we have had with our Indian partners at the ministerial level, at the leadership level, at all levels, have helped deepen the already extensive ties between our two countries,” said a spokesman for the US State Department. Foreign Affairs.
He said the US wants to deepen the global strategic partnership with India.
“There are different ways that our two societies are intertwined. So every time we have the opportunity to meet our Indian counterparts, it’s an effort to deepen that already quite extensive global strategic partnership,” Price said.
Bilateral relations between India and the US have developed into a “global strategic partnership” based on shared democratic values and increasing convergence of interests on bilateral, regional and global issues.
Regular exchanges of high-level political visits have given lasting impetus to bilateral cooperation, while the extensive and ever-expanding dialogue architecture has created a long-term framework for engagement between India and the US.
Today, India-US bilateral cooperation is broad and multi-sectoral, encompassing trade and investment, defense and security, education, science and technology, cybersecurity, advanced technology, civil nuclear energy, space technology and applications, clean energy, environment, agriculture and health.
Vibrant people-to-people interaction and support across the political spectrum in both countries fuel our bilateral relationship.
Under the new motto “Chalein Saath Saath: Forward Together We Go”, both countries are trying to strengthen cooperation. The officials of both countries are in frequent contact with each other at the political and official level and have organized broad dialogue on global issues that have a direct impact on their growing economies.
Under the presidency of Joe Biden, India-US relations may prove to be a defining alliance in the coming days. Both countries are in a position where they need each other as a helping hand. The successful future of the relationship between the two countries will largely depend on how the US treats India. Continued strategic cooperation between both countries will be a win-win situation for India and the US.
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