1. US rules out bailout for Silicon Valley Bank, auctions reportedly underway 2. Apple CEO Tim Cook backs AR/VR headset, likely to launch this year 3. Infosys’ Mohit Joshi joins Tech Mahindra as MD and CEO

India-US relations a ‘partnership of trust’: PM Modi in meeting with Biden

India-US relations-thefreemedia
Spread the love

Nagpur: The strategic relationship between India and the US is truly a “partnership of trust” and the friendship will continue to be a “force for good” for global peace and stability, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said during a bilateral meeting with US President Joe Biden here on Tuesday

“Our shared values, and our common interests in many areas, including security, have strengthened the bonds of this trust. Our people-to-people relations and close economic relations also make our partnership unique,” Modi said in his remarks during the meeting with Biden on the sidelines of the Quad summit in Tokyo

The prime minister said the trade and investment ties between the two sides are also expanding continuously, although it is still well below their potential

“I am sure that the India-USA Investment Incentive Agreement between us will see concrete progress in the direction of investment. We are increasing our bilateral cooperation in the field of technology, and also strengthening mutual coordination on global issues,” Modi said
In his televised remarks, Modi said both the US and India share the same vision about the Indo-Pacific region and are working to safeguard the shared values and common interests not only at the bilateral level but also with other like-minded countries

“Quad and IPEF (Indo-Pacific Economic Framework for Prosperity) announced yesterday are active examples of this. Today our discussion will give more momentum to this positive momentum,” he said

Claim Free Bets

“I am confident that the friendship of India and America will continue to be a force for good for global peace and stability, for the sustainability of the planet, and for the well-being of mankind,” Modi said
Both leaders shared their views on a wide range of issues and discussed ways to deepen the India-USA friendship, the prime minister’s office said
In line with Washington’s long-term vision for the region, Biden on Monday launched the ambitious Indo-Pacific Economic Framework for Prosperity (IPEF), which is an initiative aimed at deeper cooperation among like-minded countries in areas like clean energy, supply-chain resilience and digital trade

“Advancing India-US Comprehensive Global Strategic Partnership Warm & wide-ranging talks held between PM @narendramodi and @POTUS @JoeBiden on bilateral, regional & global matters. Leaders noted with satisfaction the frequency of bilateral dialogues and engagements across levels,” Ministry of External Affairs Spokesperson Arindam Bagchi tweeted

The two leaders discussed ways to strengthen cooperation in trade, investment, technology, defence, people-to-people ties between the two countries. “Concluded with substantive outcomes adding depth and momentum to the bilateral partnership,” he said.

    THE FREE MEDIA

    THE FREE MEDIA

    All Posts

    Related Post

    View All

    Father opens fire on workers, bullet pierces sonR...

    October 6th, 2021 | THE FREE MEDIA

    Spread the loveIn a tragic incident, a 16-year-old boy in Karnataka’s Dakshina Kannada district, is in a critical st...

    ‘Black day’ says resident doctors’ federation, know ...

    December 28th, 2021 | DRISHTI SHARMA

    Spread the loveNagpur: The Federation of Resident Doctors’ Association (FORDA) on Monday night announced complete shutdown...

    Farmers call off their protest after administration ...

    September 11th, 2021 | DRISHTI SHARMA

    Spread the loveNagpur: Farmers of Karnal who were protesting since the last five days have agreed to end their stir with t...