US President Joe Biden has said that the partnership between India and the United States is more important than ever.
US President Joe Biden on Sunday congratulated India on being celebrated as the 75th Independence Day and being hailed as the largest democracy in the world.
“Today, August 15, 1947, India has embarked on a long journey towards independence, guided by Mahatma Gandhi’s message of truth and non – violence. Joe Biden said in a statement.
Over the decades, Biden has maintained and strengthened partnerships with India among U.S. citizens, including a powerful community of over four million Indian-Americans.
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Highlighting India-US relations, President Biden said, “Last year, our countries entered into new avenues in combating the Kovid-19 epidemic, including working with Japan and Australia to expand the Quad-through-the-world manufacturing of safe and effective Kovid-19 vaccines and Indo-Pacific To strengthen our last mile coordination to reach people across.
Joe Biden stressed that the partnership between India and the United States is more important than ever.
“Together, we must show the world that our two great and diverse democracies can deliver to people everywhere. And as we do, the friendship between our nations continues to thrive.