The biggest change seen in four decades, External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar said on Indo-US relations

In a joint press conference with US Secretary of State Antony Blinken, Jaishankar said in response to a question regarding the relationship between the two countries, … I am very confident about the relationship.

External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar

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India-US relations who played a key role in shaping the past few decades foreign Minister s. Jaishankar Said on Tuesday that he is very confident about this bilateral relationship. Jaishankar, US Secretary of State Antony Blinken Responding to a question made in the context of relations between the two countries, in a joint press conference with Mr.

In my four-decade tenure as an ambassador, I have seen the biggest change in Indo-US relations, he said. Jaishankar said, your question is where do I see relations in the future. To be honest, I see today the US working quite actively with countries like India, really thinking beyond traditional alliances, which has been very effective in finding potential or real partners as well as common ground . He said that a great example of this is the Quadrilateral Security Dialogue, which includes the US, Australia, Japan and India.

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He said, I think about two decades ago (15 years ago) we tried to form the Quad. It was not possible then, but now it is working very well and it has made a lot of progress in the last two years. Jaishankar said that he believes that relations with the US today not only provide more opportunities but are important in their own right. At this time India and they feel that the US would also like to reap the benefits of working together, whether it is the economy, whether it is the technology sector, whether it is security.

At the same time, Blinken said that as the world’s two largest democracies, the US and India have more potential and opportunities than any other countries to shape the future of this century.

We are also grateful to the communities in India, including those of American descent, who are playing their part to strengthen ties for the betterment of both our countries and both of our peoples, he said.

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