External Affairs Minister S. Jaishankar has stated that the relationship between India and the United States, the world’s two largest democracies, is not narrowly centered on bilateral benefits.
He stated that both nations see the potential and value in this alliance, and that they hope to see it grow.
“The US-India relationship is about more than merely helping each other out. On his last day in Washington, Jaishankar told Indian media that the globe, and the Indo-Pacific region in particular, would be impacted by the two countries’ growing connection. Jaishankar spoke with six people in government, including Senator Mark Warner and Representative Ami Bera, in addition to Secretary of State Antony Blinken, Secretary of Defense Lloyd Austin, Secretary of Commerce Gina Raimondo, and National Security Advisor Jake Sullivan. Businesspeople from the United States met with Jaishankar.
He had a good time visiting and chatting with everyone.
Many countries look to us unilaterally or bilaterally for solutions to global issues, he said.
“Excellent, constructive, and fruitful two-way exchange centered on pressing international issues. He added that we share a same perspective on these challenges, even though we sometimes use different words to describe them.