New Delhi [India]July 4 (ANI): External Affairs Minister Jaishankar Jaishankar extended his best wishes to the people and the Government of the United States of America on Independence Day on Tuesday. He said that Prime Minister Modi’s recent visit to the United States has opened up new areas for advancing the comprehensive global strategic partnership between the two countries.
Jaishankar also sent greetings to US Secretary of State Antony Blinken. Jaishankar tweeted: “Warm greetings to @SecBlinken and the Government and people of the United States of America on the occasion of Independence Day. Prime Minister @narendramodi’s landmark visit opens up many new opportunities for our comprehensive global and strategic strategy field. The partnership moves forward.”
July 4th is Independence Day of the United States. The Declaration of Independence was passed on July 4, 1776. People across the United States celebrate Independence Day with fireworks.
In early June, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi traveled to the United States for a four-day state visit. During Prime Minister Modi’s visit to the US, he attended various events and met with Indian and US executives. Upon arriving at the White House, he was greeted with great pomp and honor by a guard of honor.
U.S. President Joe Biden and First Lady Jill Biden host Prime Minister Modi for a state dinner at the White House. U.S. Secretary of State Anthony Blinken and U.S. Vice President Kamala Harris also hosted a state dinner in his honor.
During his visit, Prime Minister Modi interacted with the Indian diaspora at the Ronald Reagan Building and likened the meeting to the “dessert” in his farewell address. He also spoke at the US-India Strategic Partnership Forum (USISPF) in Washington DC. He said that American companies have invested about US$16 billion in India in the past two years.
Notably, the relationship between India and the United States has evolved into a “global strategic partnership” based on shared democratic values and increasingly aligned interests on bilateral, regional and global issues. Regular high-level visits provide impetus to India-US bilateral cooperation.
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of India stated that the bilateral cooperation between India and the United States is broad-based and multi-field, covering trade and investment, defense and security, education, science and technology, network security, high technology, civil nuclear energy, etc. , Space Technology and Applications, Clean Energy, Environment, Agriculture and Health. (Arnie)
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