Joe Biden says looks forward to working closely with PM Narendra Modi on global challenges

The strategic and defence ties between India and therefore the US witnessed major expansion during Barack Obama's presidency and Biden, because the vice chairman , had played a key role in it.

Joe Biden says looks forward to working closely with PM Narendra Modi on global challenges
Joe Biden says looks forward to working closely with PM Narendra Modi on global challenges

According to the Joe Biden the president-elect noted that he looks forward to working closely with the prime minister on shared global challenges, including containing COVID-19 and defending against future health crises, tackling the threat of global climate change temperature change global climate changes,launching the worldwide economic recovery, strengthening democracy reception and abroad, and maintaining a secure and prosperous Indo-Pacific region.

Biden thanked Modi for his congratulations and expressed his desire to strengthen and expand the US-India strategic partnership alongside the primary vice chairman of South Asian descent, said a readout of the decision .Earlier on Tuesday, Modi said during a tweet that he "spoke to US President-elect Joe Biden on phone to congratulate him. We reiterated our firm commitment to the Indo-US strategic partnership and discussed our shared priorities and concerns COVID-19 pandemic, climate change, and cooperation within the Indo-Pacific Region".

The prime minister also conveyed his congratulations to US Vice President-elect Kamala Harris."Her success may be a matter of great pride and inspiration for members of the colourful Indian-American community, who are an incredible source of strength for Indo-US relations," Modi said.

Harris, the daughter of an Indian immigrant from Chennai, has created history by becoming the primary African-American woman to be elected because the country's vice chairman .While Indian-origin politicians are elected as heads of the state in various parts of the planet within the last several decades, from Mauritius to Fiji, Harris, 56, because the vice chairman of the us would be the foremost powerful politician ever.

The Prime Minister's Office (PMO), during a statement on Tuesday, said that Modi congratulated Biden on his election, describing it as a testament to the strength and resilience of democratic traditions within the us .The prime minister warmly recalled his earlier interactions with Biden, including during his official visits to the US in 2014 and 2016, it said.

Biden is understood to be a robust proponent of closer India-US ties since his days as a senator within the 1970s and played a key role in getting the approval of the Senate for the bilateral civil nuclear deal in 2008.In the midst of hectic negotiations between the 2 countries to conclude the civil nuclear deal, Biden was a critical ally of India within the Senate.

The deal had laid a robust foundation for the deepening of ties between the 2 leading democracies of the planet .The strategic and defence ties between India and therefore the US witnessed major expansion during Barack Obama's presidency and Biden, because the vice chairman , had played a key role in it.In his campaign documents, Biden spoke about his vision for the US-Indiapartnership also as on standing with India in facing threats within the region.Biden also had separate congratulatory calls with leaders in Chile, Israel and South Africa .

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