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Biden said – the basis of special relations between India and America
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Washington: US President Joe Biden has greeted Indians on India’s 75th Independence Day, saying that a fundamental commitment to respecting the will of the people through democracy inspires the world and is the basis of the special India-US relationship. .
In his message to India, Biden said, “India completed its long journey to independence on August 15, 1947, guided by Mahatma Gandhi’s message of truth and non-violence.”
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“The fundamental commitment to respecting the will of the people through democracy is what drives the world today and is the basis of the special India-US relationship,” he said. Over the past decades, our people-to-people ties, including our vibrant community of more than 4 million Indian-Americans, have maintained and strengthened our partnership. They have come together in new ways and means while dealing. He said the US and India have partnered with Japan and Australia through ‘Quad’ to expand global manufacturing of safe and effective COVID-19 vaccines and strengthen coordination to reach people in the Indo-Pacific.
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Biden said, “The partnership between India and the United States is more important than ever in this time of great challenges and opportunities. Together we must show the world that our two great and diverse democracies can work for people everywhere. The friendship between our two countries will continue to flourish and grow. In his message, he said, ‘I wish a safe and happy Independence Day in India, America and everyone around the world who is celebrating India’s Independence Day today.’
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US Secretary of State Antony Blinken extended warm greetings to the people of India on their 75th Independence Day, saying that the relationship between the US and India began seven decades ago and has grown into a growing partnership. “Our regional cooperation intensifies,” he said. and we are working closely with our partners to advance our shared vision of a free and open Indo-Pacific. From climate change initiatives and clean energy to space technologies, US-India bilateral cooperation is broader and stronger than ever before.
“As I said during my visit to New Delhi, there are very few partnerships that are more important than the partnership between the US and India,” Blinken said. In keeping with our 74 years of friendship, both our democracies will continue to build a better tomorrow. happy Independence Day.’
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