Relations between India and America have become much better than before – Pentagon

A senior Pentagon official has said that relations between India and the US have become stronger than ever at present and both countries are focusing on the future given the current situation in the Indo-Pacific region.

Relations between India and America have improved a lot

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A senior Pentagon official has said that relations between India and the US have become stronger than ever at present and both countries are focusing on the future given the current situation in the Indo-Pacific region. US Assistant Secretary of State for Indo-Pacific Security Affairs Dr. Ellie S. Ratner said that the US is supporting India’s ability to maintain the balance of power in the Indo-Pacific region. Dr. Ratner said this during a conversation with a group of journalists.

He said that India’s External Affairs Minister S. Jaishankar is scheduled to meet Defense Minister Lloyd Austin at the Pentagon on Monday. He said that this meeting is taking place after Austin’s long phone talks with India’s Defense Minister Rajnath Singh.

Historically intensifying between America and India

Ratner said that in the light of recent talks, it is clear that the relationship between the US and India has historically deepened. He said that America is supporting India’s military modernization. He said that the US is pleased with the recent remarks made by Prime Minister Narendra Modi to Russian President Vladimir Putin, in which he said that ‘today’s era is not a time of war’.

During his meeting with Putin in the Uzbekistan city of Samarkand on the sidelines of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization summit last week, Modi told the Russian President, “Today is not a time of war and I have spoken to you on the phone about it.” .’ “We are pleased with Prime Minister Modi’s comments (on the Ukraine issue) last weekend,” Ratner said.

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